Connect with Andrea Laguni

Since 1995 Andrea Laguni served both as the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra’s General Manager and Executive Director working with the Board or Directors and LACO’s Music Director to fulfill the orchestra’s artistic vision, to ensure its financial sustainability and forge its strategic path.

As a member of the leadership team, some his accomplishments are: ten years of surplus annual budgets, creation and implementation of two five-year strategic plans, and successful and efficient negotiations of four multi-year contracts with the musicians’ union.

LACO’s commissioning group, Sound Investment; Musaic at the Jazz Bakery, releases of recordings with BMI and Sony, a Carnegie Hall  & East Coast Tour, and the 2008 European are some of the projects that have taken place under his leadership

Since 2014, Andrea has been collaborating with various organizations as  Project Manager of Arts Consulting Group.

Andrea received his Doctoral Degree in Educational Sciences from the University of Florence. He studied viola, voice, as well as counterpoint and composition at the School of Music of Fiesole. He is an alumnus of the League of American Orchestras’ Leadership Academy: Artistic Excellence – Aspen 2000 and Institutional Vision Seminar – Chicago 2005.

From 2005 to 2010, he served as a board member of the Association of California Symphony Orchestras. In 2007 he joined the board of The Azzurra and currently serves on the Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus’ board.

In 2009, Andrea was bestowed the title of Italian Republic Knight of the Order of the Star of Solidarity.

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