The Board of Trustees of the Carson City Symphony Association, Inc., elected officers for the 2000-2001 season at its recent meeting. They are Elinor Bugli, president; Grant Mills, vice president; Edith Isidoro-Mills, secretary; and Charlotte Tucker, treasurer.
The nine-member board also elected members to the following positions: Volunteer Coordinator/House Manager, Peggy Saville; Capital Arts Coalition Liaison, David Bugli; Publicity, Charlotte Tucker; Stage Manager, Grant Mills; Membership Chair and Instrument Adoptions Coordinator, Rosemary Nebesky; Marketing Director, Steve Browne; Fund-raising and Grants Coordinator, Elinor Bugli; Advertising Coordinator (not a board member) Robert DeSio; and Carol Grenier, audit committee.
David Bugli, conductor and music director of the Symphony, said, "I am delighted to be working with such a talented and enthusiastic board."
The Carson City Symphony Association is a nonprofit educational corporation and is the principal support group of the Carson City Symphony, now entering is 17th season; and of the Carson Chamber Singers, entering its 16th season. The association raises funds, publicizes concerts, and publishes a newsletter.
The first concerts of the 2000-2001 season will be Oct. 21 in Fallon, and Oct. 22 in Carson City. The program will feature Continental Harmony Composer Jim Cockeys commissioned suite for orchestra and chorus, A Land of Sage and Sun; Steven Rosenhaus Nevada Bagatelles; and Antonin Dvoraks Symphony No. 9 ("From the New World").
For information about the association and the upcoming concert season, call 883-4154 or check the Symphony's Web site at members.aol.com/CCSymphony.