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Diane Syrcle Named Executive VP at Oregon Symphony

From a press release issued by the Oregon Symphony, May 4, 2012.

Marylhurst MBA alum Diane Syrcle has been named the Oregon Symphony's new executive vice president of development.

Syrcle, who will join the symphony team on July 2, is currently the executive director of the Oregon Ballet Theatre. Prior to that she was the executive director of the Portland Youth Philharmonic. She was also the director of education at Portland Opera, a position she held for seven years following a career as a professional opera singer.

Syrcle holds an MBA in organizational development from Marylhurst University, a Master's of Music in vocal performance from the University of North Texas and a Bachelor's of Music in music education from West Texas A&M University.

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