About Sherri

Sherri Snow, Executive Director, has been involved in NEMPAC’s programs for over four years. Ms. Snow began at NEMPAC as the Private Music Instruction Coordinator where she founded several NEMPAC programs including the Children’s Music Theatre Troupe, the Summer and Winter Concert Series, the Group Private Instruction Program, and co-founded the Opera Project. Becoming Executive Director in February of 2013, Ms. Snow increased relationships within the community and developed partnerships with several organizations, including the Landmarks Orchestra, The Improv Asylum, the St. John Catholic School, Good Shepherd School and the Eliot Innovation School. Under her leadership, NEMPAC has growth to serve over 900 students per week through our arts programming, it has received over $40,000 in annual grant funding from government and private foundations, and has increased the overall presence of art and culture in the North End / Waterfront community. She has also encouraged the growth of NEMPAC as a “performing arts center” by increasing performance opportunities for students, instructors, and professional musicians in the Boston and New England Area. Ms. Snow received her Master’s Degree in Opera Performance from the Longy School of Music of Bard College, and her Bachelors Degree in Music from Boston University. She also has three years of Corporate Finance Asset Management experience working at State Street Global in downtown Boston. In combination with her Business experience and her Artistic abilities, Ms. Snow is excited to be leading this ‘gem’ of a non-profit as a highly-established, respectable community arts organization.

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Thank you to all who joined us for NEMPAC's September [...]

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