Eman Isadiar has been appointed Director of Development and Brenda Fox has been promoted to Director of Marketing and Client Services by the Santa Rosa Symphony.
Isadiar is expected to start work on December 1 in the organization, the resident orchestra of the Green Music Center at Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park.
He was previously executive director of the Bear Valley Music Festival, the group said. Prior to that, he worked for the Walnut Creek Festival Opera, the Golden State Youth Orchestra in Palo Alto, and the Fremont Symphony Orchestra.
The San Rafael resident holds a bachelor’s degree in music and piano performance from San Francisco State University.
Fox has been with the Sonoma County Symphony Orchestra since 2013, when she joined as a Guest Services Manager.
Santa Rosa Symphony President and CEO Alan Silow said Isadiar had “strong fund development skills and extensive administrative experience with the Northern California performing arts.”
Silow said Fox had “already brought a new perspective to his new role and had the confidence, drive, imagination and attention to detail to successfully lead the operations of the marketing department.”
The performance program of California’s third oldest professional orchestra, in addition to special events, includes 21 classical series concerts (seven sets), seven discovery dress rehearsal concerts, a family series of three concerts and a pop series of four. concerts.