(Palm Beach Gardens, FL – January 23, 2014) The Palm Beach Pops today announced that it has named Charlotte Laurent-Ottomane as Executive Director.
A senior executive with significant leadership accomplishments, Ms. Ottomane comes to the Palm Beach Pops following an international corporate career with a focus on capital market communication strategies and investor relations. During the past several years, Ms. Ottomane has been contributing in the non-profit arena in executive leadership roles with a strong focus on securing funding for a sustainable future. She has worked for a wide range of missions including advancement of women and girls and development of an entrepreneurial funding program for returning Afghanistan and Iraq veterans.
"A music lover and tremendous fan of the Great American Songbook, Charlotte will bring her energy and expertise to the Palm Beach Pops as it continues to thrive and grow,” says Jon Lappin, the son of the late Maestro Bob Lappin, the founder of Florida’s premier Pops orchestra.
The Music Lives On Tribute Concert on February 4, 2014:
The Palm Beach Pops is presenting a tribute concert for the late Maestro Bob Lappin on February 4th at the Kravis Center. The proceeds from the concert will benefit Palm Beach Pops Music & You In-School Youth Education Program, which is an integral part of the mission of Palm Beach Pops and its dedication to the preservation of the American Songbook. “The Music Lives On” Tribute Concert is shaping up to be a resounding success and limited seats are available. Call 561.832.7469 for tickets.
About The Palm Beach Pops:
Founded in 1991 by the late Music Director and Conductor, Bob Lappin, The Palm Beach Pops quickly distinguished itself as a world-class pops orchestra, dedicated to preserving the American Songbook. In addition to on-going concerts, The Palm Beach Pops is devoted to serving the children in its community by presenting quality music education programs. The Pops created the Music & You In-School Youth Education Program to expose students to new learning experiences and positive role models while developing creativity, providing tools for communication and enabling students to build a strong sense of self. The Palm Beach Pops is a non-profit organization, supported solely through the generosity of individual donations, institutional grants, and concert income. For more information, please visit www.palmbeachpops.org or call 561.832.7677.
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