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Oct 27, 2011
The Board of Directors of the Suzuki-Orff School of Music announced the appointment of Troy Anderson as Executive Director, earlier this fall.
Troy comes to the Suzuki-Orff School of Music with an extensive background in both music education and arts management including programs in Chicago's underserved communities and schools. He recently served as Dean of Programs of Merit School of Music. Troy's accomplishments include the creation and implementation of a new curriculum, establishment of qualitative success measures, and overseeing the redesign of Merit's in-schools program. Troy also serves as liaison to the local and national music community including the Chicago Consortium of Community Music Schools and with the National Guild where he serves on the Members Council.
About the Suzuki-Orff School of Music
Suzuki-Orff's on-site programs and outreach programs in Chicago Public Schools provide high-quality, year long arts education to thousands of children each week. In keeping with our mission, we provide music education to all children and families regardless of environmental, economic, or cultural challenges they may face each day.
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