YCAT is delighted to share an exclusive online tutorial and workbook from Coro by iCadenza, which offers expert-led micro-courses for independent performers, composers, and educators.

In her micro-course Developing and Presenting Community Engagement Events, Cassidy Fitzpatrick Carlson takes you through key areas to consider, from forming partnerships and devising content to the successful execution of your event.

Cassidy Fitzpatrick Carlson

Cassidy Fitzpatrick Carlson, Vice President for Musician Advancement at New World Symphony, develops, implements, and evaluates the New World Symphony’s Fellowship activities, training, and educational programs. She is primarily responsible for the areas of: community and audience engagement; equity, diversity and inclusion; and leadership and entrepreneurialism. Cassidy joined NWS in 2013 as Assistant to the Dean and Community Engagement Manager and served as Director of Community Engagement from 2014 to 2018. Previously, she served as Artistic Administrator for Florida Grand Opera and as an associate in the Artistic and Development departments at Boston Lyric Opera. Prior to her career in the arts, Cassidy was a paralegal in the Insurance and Financial Services Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office. She holds a B.A. in History and Music from Amherst College and an MBA from the University of Florida. 

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