Winston-Salem Symphony Announces
Appointment of Resource Coordinator

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (July 29, 2016) – The Winston-Salem Symphony is pleased to announce the appointment of E. Andreas Nasser as Resource Coordinator. Nasser will assume his duties effective Monday, August 1 in this existing position at the Symphony.

The Resource Coordinator is a full-time position that provides donor and other administration functional support as well as project management for the Winston-Salem Symphony’s volunteer program. The Resource Coordinator works with members of the Philanthropy and Education Departments, volunteers, patrons, and community partners, and reports to both Chief Philanthropy Officer Kent Wallace-Meggs Education and Community Engagement Director Jessica Munch-Dittmar.

“We are thrilled that Andreas has joined our team,” said E. Merritt Vale, President and CEO of the Symphony. “He brings great energy, enthusiasm, and a wealth of experience related to special event coordination, along with volunteer recruitment and management to our organization, which will be invaluable during our 70th Anniversary Season and going forward.”

Nasser graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a Bachelor’s Degree in vocal performance and a minor in business. While earning his degree, he was a Classical Music Press Intern at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.; a Public Relations and Development Intern at the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra; and a Marketing and Public Relations Intern at the Eastern Music Festival. Prior to joining the Winston-Salem Symphony, he was Event Coordinator for the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, where he organized the 2016 Name That Tune Annual Fundraiser and helped coordinate the Vivace Young Professionals program.

Beginning August 1, Nasser can be reached at anasser@wssymphony.org and at (336) 725-1035, extension 227.

About the Winston-Salem Symphony

The Winston-Salem Symphony, one of the Southeast’s most highly regarded regional orchestras, begins its 70th anniversary performance season in September 2016. Under the

baton of Music Director Robert Moody, the season includes a special 70th anniversary opening gala concert featuring internationally acclaimed pianist André Watts, Classics and Kicked-Back Classics series, Plugged-In Pops series, Discovery Concerts for Kids, annual performances of Handel’s Messiah, a concert featuring Winston-Salem Symphony and Youth Symphony musicians, holiday concerts, three youth orchestra ensembles, and a multitude of educational and community engagement programs. The Symphony is supported by Season Presenting Sponsor, Bell, Davis & Pitt, P.A. and generous funding from the Arts Council of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County, the North Carolina Arts Council, and other dedicated sponsors. For more information, visit WSsymphony.org.

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This project was supported by the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural & Cultural Resources.

The Winston-Salem Symphony receives operational funding from The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County

Educational initiatives made possible with funding by Wells Fargo, The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County and The Winston-Salem and Forsyth County Schools.