Emerging Arts Leader Spotlight: Catherine Starek


Each month, #artsmgtchat will feature an outstanding emerging arts leader and learn about their background, career, interests, and arts management aspirations. If you are interested in being featured or have someone in mind, email us.

This month’s emerging arts leader spotlight is with Catherine Starek. Catherine is a second year graduate student in arts management at American University in Washington, D.C. She holds a bachelor’s degree in music education from University of North Carolina at Wilmington and was a flute/piccolo player in the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra for five years. She was the featured soloist in 2008 after winning the University’s student concerto competition. Catherine became the Artistic Operations Intern for the North Carolina Symphony Orchestra during the summer of 2010, which led to her participation in the League of American Orchestra’s 2011 Essentials of Orchestra Management seminar in NYC and her enrollment in American University’s graduate program in arts…

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