Years with the BSO: 18
Favorite part of the job: Making a difference in the lives of our listeners each and every time we take the stage.
Proud father of two wonderful sons. Currently enjoying life as a Newlywed. Loves NFL Football – especially the Miami Dolphins! Definitely a coffee-lover. Enjoys a quiet lunch or dinner at The Columbia with his new bride. Favorite movies are fantasy-adventure movies such as Star Wars, Harry Potter and ET, as well as many of the recent superhero films. His car’s satellite radio is pre-set to ESPN and the Broadway channel. A “perfect day off” would be spent with his family at Disney World.
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Years with the BSO: 21
Favorite part of the job: The people she gets to work with
Moved here over 30 years ago from South Dakota so she loves living in Brevard! Can’t live without: her kitties, her friends, playing poker, her pool, BSO concerts and sleeping late on Sundays. Has lots of favorite movies, books and music – too many to share. Best known for spoiling the staff by baking up a batch of phenomenal goodies.
Years with the BSO: 4
Favorite Part of the Job: Concerts, of course!
One husband, two dogs, and three awesome lightsabers. Ex-army brat and Graduate of Florida State University, with not one…but, two degrees. Enjoys reading Jane Eyre, Pride & Prejudice, and Lord of the Rings. On a rainy day likes to curl up on the couch with a chai latte and watches one, or more, of the following: Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Star Wars Trilogy, Willow, Rebecca, Pollyanna, Mary Poppins or The Sound of Music. The next song queued on her ipod is Africa by Toto. Prefers tea over coffee, any day. When it begins to snow on the ski slopes…calls in sick.
Years with the BSO: Many
Favorite Part of the Job: Being the home of the BSO!
Home of the Administrative Offices of the Brevard Symphony Orchestra. Located in the Eau Gallie Arts District of Melbourne. Nicknamed “The House.” Official name is the Winchester Symphony House. Has had extensive renovation over the years. Currently listed as a Historical Site for Brevard County and the State of Florida. Built in 1886…and still standing! Take that Saffir–Simpson!
Now, some people say the house is haunted, however, they may just be hearing the sounds of the Brevard Symphony Youth Orchestra staff…whom we like to keep in the attic.