Staff & Board of Directors

Staff

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    Miguel A. Rodríguez
    Executive Director

    Miguel A. Rodríguez

    Executive Director

    Email MRodriguez@BostonBaroque.org Phone 617.987.8600 x111

    Miguel joined Boston Baroque in 2012 as Executive Director. He has spent over 15 years working to advance several cultural institutions in Massachusetts. His prior experience includes Chief Development Officer for Fuller Craft Museum, Director of Development for Opera Boston, and General Manager for Boston Landmarks Orchestra, Boston Musica Viva and Scullers Jazz Club. He is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) with more than 12 years of experience as a fundraising professional and a long record of building donor relationships for a number of organizations in New England. Last year, he served as the Finance Director for Mainers United for Marriage, the campaign to win same-sex marriage in Maine, raising over $6 million dollars during the 9 months campaign. In 2011, Miguel was one of 19 selected to join the 21st Century Fellows Program, managed by The Pipeline Project. In 2007 he was one of a small number of leaders selected by the Massachusetts Cultural Council to participate in the first Executive Leadership Program for Non-Profit Cultural Organizations at the Harvard University, JFK School of Government.  Trained as an opera singer, Mr. Rodriguez studied voice performance at the University of Michigan and graduate studies under renowned soprano Phyllis Curtin at Boston University.

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    Katie DeBonville
    Chief Development Officer and Campaign Manager

    Katie DeBonville

    Chief Development Officer and Campaign Manager

    Email kdebonville@BostonBaroque.org Phone 617.987.8600 x119

    Katie is an accomplished fundraiser with a diversity of experience in arts organizations in Boston. For the past decade, Katie has worked at Boston’s New England Conservatory, first as Director of Annual Giving and then as Senior Director of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving before moving into a Leadership Gifts Officer role. During her tenure at NEC, Annual Giving increased from $2.4 million to over $3 million, with significant growth in parent giving and gala support. She oversaw an Alumni Relations team that refocused NEC’s approach to engaging alumni through an increased social media presence and networking opportunities. Katie also worked closely with members of the Conservatory’s Boards of Trustees, Overseers, Visitors, and Alumni.

    In addition to NEC, Katie has held fundraising positions at the Huntington Theatre Company, the Celebrity Series of Boston, and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. She is active in Women in Development of Greater Boston and has served on the alumni boards of Bucknell University, where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in flute performance and Spanish in 1995, and New England Conservatory, where she earned her Master’s degree in musicology in 1997.

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    C.C. Cave
    Director of Opera Guild and Special Events

    C.C. Cave

    Director of Opera Guild and Special Events

    Email CC@BostonBaroque.org Phone 617.987.8600 x118

    C.C. has served in the development department at Boston Baroque since September 2002.   Prior to Boston Baroque, CC was the Director of Investor Relations at Kodiak Venture Partners, a venture capital firm.  In addition to her work in development, C.C. brings extensive experience in event planning and operations to Boston Baroque.  C.C. has been singing and dancing since childhood.  She was a student in the Boston University Tanglewood Institute and attended Oberlin Conservatory of Music, majoring in voice performance.  C.C. has been a member of the Tanglewood Festival Chorus since 1991, and as part of the group has toured nationally and internationally with the BSO.  When not working or singing, C.C. may be found hiking, skiing, dancing, cooking, or enjoying the country home she shares with her husband in the Berkshires.

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    Daniel Ludden
    Operations Manager

    Daniel Ludden

    Operations Manager

    Email DLudden@BostonBaroque.org Phone 617.987.8600 x120

    November, 2016 brought Daniel Ludden to Boston Baroque as Office Manager. From a boy soprano through degrees in Musicology and Operatic Voice from Bates College and Indiana University and onto the Board of Directors at Opera Boston, he has a lifetime of love and involvement in the musical arts. He is excited to help bring Boston Baroque into and long past their 50th Anniversary!

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    Hailey Fuqua
    Patron Services Coordinator

    Hailey Fuqua

    Patron Services Coordinator

    Email hfuqua@bostonbaroque.org Phone (617) 987-8600 x113

    A native of Northern Idaho, coloratura soprano Hailey Fuqua holds degrees from the Boston Conservatory – Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance and recently completed her Master of Music in Historical Performance at Boston University. Hailey has appeared as a featured soloist with the Spokane Symphony, Lowell Philharmonic, Berkshire Choral Festival, Chatham Chorale, MIT Symphony Orchestra and Boston Conservatory Orchestra. A member of the Tanglewood Festival Chorus with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, she recently appeared in the chorus of Beethoven Symphony 9 and Verdi’s Requiem and Simon Boccanegra under the batons of James Levine, Bernard Haitink, and Daniele Gatti. An up and coming interpreter of the works of Baroque and Classical composers, Ms. Fuqua has been featured in the roles of Queen of the Night (Die Zauberflote) and Rodisette (Der geduldige Socrates). Hailey joined the team at Boston Baroque in June 2013 and is thrilled to combine her passion of Baroque and Classical music with arts administration. Prior to Boston Baroque, she was the Subscriptions Coordinator at the Tony Award-winning Huntington Theatre Company in Boston.

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    Paul Perfetti
    Artistic Administrator and Orchestra Personnel Manager

    Paul Perfetti

    Artistic Administrator and Orchestra Personnel Manager

    Email Paul@BostonBaroque.org Phone 617.987.8600 x116

    In addition to being the Artistic Administrator and Personnel Manager for Boston Baroque, Paul plays the baroque trumpet with Boston Baroque. He also serves as a freelance trumpeter/contractor for the Lyric Stage Company of Boston, Spectrum Singers and other Boston area theaters and musical ensembles, as well as serving as Orchestra Personnel Manager for Emmanuel Music. From 1987 to 2006, he was Principal Trumpet of two national touring companies of “Les Miserables.”

    Paul serves as principal trumpet for Keith Brion’s New Souza Band and is a member or the Yankee Brass Band (Civil War Period instruments). Later this year, he will take part in the Gettysburg National Civil War Battle Reenactmant.

    Paul holds a BM in Trumpet Performance/Composition from the University of Wisconsin and a MM in Trumpet Performance with distinction from the New England Conservatory of Music. He studied trumpet with Michael Galloway and Charles Schlueter (Boston Symphony) and baroque trumpet with Friedemann Immer (Germany).

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    Amy Sims
    Music Librarian

    Amy Sims

    Music Librarian

    Email Amy@BostonBaroque.org Phone 617.987.8600

    Amy serves as Music Librarian besides being also a member of the violin section for Boston Baroque. She plays both the violin and baroque violin, and is a regular performer with Portland Symphony, Peninsula Music Festival, Springfield Symphony, Blue Barn Music Festival, Omaha Chamber Music Society and Omaha Symphony, where she served as concertmaster for ten years. Amy also likes to coach and mentor young music students and maintains a small private studio. Amy is also the official Boston Baroque baker!

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