Americas Musicworks represents classical and jazz ensembles who tour throughout the United States and across the globe. We work closely with artists and arts presenters to develop successful long-term relationships. Our mission is to build audiences for live performances by delivering world-class musicianship, distinctive programs, and positive educational connections. Please visit our ensembles (click on the links below), and contact us to discuss ideas. We're happy to tailor our concerts and programs to meet your needs. Americas Musicworks, Rebecca DeLamotte, director, telephone 1-617-776-8778, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca DeLamotte, founder and managing director of Americas Musicworks, is an arts management executive with more than a decade of experience representing classical and jazz ensembles and developing long-term relationships with performing arts presenters. Her expertise includes arts marketing, concept development, strategic planning, contract negotiations, client liaison, tour logistics, media relations, and music licensing, among other areas. Prior to establishing Americas Musicworks, she was Vice President of Account Management for DukeSolutions, a subsidiary of Duke Energy Company, and before that, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development for Energy Investment. At both of these companies, she directed relationship management and new business development with clients across the United States.
Peter H. Bloom, artistic director of Americas Musicworks, is a classical and jazz flutist who concertizes in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. He appears on 40 recordings; has given workshops, master classes and lecture-demos across the globe; and is a winner of the American Musicological Society’s Noah Greenberg Award. He serves as historical performance consultant to the Museum of Fine Arts Boston; is a faculty member of the Snow Pond Composers Workshop; and serves as contributing editor for Noteworthy Sheet Music. The Boston Globe called his playing “a revelation for unforced sweetness and strength,” while Jazz Improv hailed his “exquisite melody…the improvisations growing organically out of the theme.” He holds an MM with distinction in flute performance from New England Conservatory and a BA (philosophy) from Boston University.
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