First Coast Connect
Hear an Interview with Susan Pardue and Piotr Szewczyk on First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross on September 16 at 9am and again at 8pm.
Read the article " Consider supporting chamber music groups in intimate settings in Jacksonville"
Marcia PledgerFlorida Times-Union
SALLY PETTEGREW NAMED ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR OF FLORIDA CHAMBER MUSIC PROJECT
Jacksonville Beach, FL --- Sally Pettegrew, former Vice President of Administration and Human Resources of the Jacksonville Symphony, was named Administrative Director of the Florida Chamber Music Project (FCMP). Susan Pardue, Artistic Director and Founder of FCMP made the announcement.
Pettegrew most recently served as Executive Assistant to the President of The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida. She has more than 30 years of experience in the classical music world through her work with the Jacksonville Symphony. She established the Symphony’s human resources department, counseled 10 Executive Directors/Presidents on leadership transitions and oversaw the Jacksonville Symphony Starry Nights concerts at Metropolitan Park.
“We are delighted to be working with Sally again,” said Susan Pardue. “Her knowledge of presenting music and organizational skills will be of great benefit to us.”
FCMP is celebrating a decade of performances and will open its season on September 18th at the Beaches Chapel at the Jacksonville Beach Museum. Season tickets for the six concert series cost $150 and are available online at flchambermusic.org. Individual concert tickets are $27.
The Florida Chamber Music Project includes violist Susan Pardue, violinists Patrice Evans, Siyu Zhang and Ann Hertler and cellist Laurie Casseday. All are members of the Jacksonville Symphony.
December 6, 2021
Watch and Listen
Come Hear the 2021-2022 Season of the FCMP in its
Friends Playing Music for Friends!
Come join us at our beautiful home: Beaches Museum Chapel. The brilliant acoustics and energy fill this lovely and quaint venue bringing to life the intriguing repertoire planned for you during our celebratory tenth anniversary season. My colleagues and I are grateful for your loyalty and look forward to seeing you soon.
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The Florida Chamber Music Project is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Our performances at the Beaches Museum Chapel are wheelchair accessible and a limited number of accessible parking spaces are available.