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Carol Ann Cheung

Carol Ann Cheung is a marketing communications professional who specializes in working with new music. In 2016, she joined the team at Boosey & Hawkes, where she works with some of the world’s most renowned composers, including John Adams, Steve Reich, Osvaldo Golijov, Anna Clyne, David T. Little, and Sean Shepherd.

Prior to Boosey & Hawkes, Cheung worked at Carnegie Hall as an editor for six years, where she concentrated on publications and marketing campaigns for the Hall’s experimental and new music programming. Cheung’s passion for working with new music has kept her deeply engaged in numerous creative projects around New York City: She was previously the project manager for Q2 Music’s Peabody Award-winning podcast ‘Meet the Composer’ with Nadia Sirota, and has also written articles for WQXR / Q2 Music. She also produced John Luther Adams’s Soundwalk 9:09, a yearlong project commissioned by MetLiveArts to celebrate the opening of the Met Breuer building in 2016.

Cheung received her degree in piano performance at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music, where she studied with pianist and composer Emile Naoumoff. 

Articles by Carol Ann Cheung:

Articles May 31 2018 | By Carol Ann Cheung
My Year of Awkward Encounters; or, Networking at Concerts

Allow me to share some of my hard-won knowledge of best practices for navigating the murky waters of networking, in hopes that you can learn from my mistakes—or, at the...

Articles May 24 2018 | By Carol Ann Cheung
Removing Barriers to New Music

How can we create a new music concert experience that is more welcoming, more engaging, and more inclusive?

Articles May 17 2018 | By Carol Ann Cheung
Having Conversations About Diversity

Looking at the shortage of diversity in virtually every corner of the industry, it’s clear that classical music needs to discuss solutions more often, with more people of different perspectives....

Articles May 10 2018 | By Carol Ann Cheung
Making Connections: Helping Presenters Market Your Music

It’s important to lean in—not step back—when you have a marketing team promoting a concert (or CD release, creative project, etc.) with your work on it. When you equip people...