The Carmel Bach Festival Inc. has announced the election of new members to their Board of Directors. Christine Kemp, an attorney with Noland Hamerly, along with Daniel Cooperman, Leslie Mulford and Eduardo Ochoa have been elected to join the Board of Directors. Their extensive backgrounds in law, business and academia will provide the organization with additional leadership and skills to evolve and enhance the Festival’s artistic excellence and expand its community engagement and music education programs. “They bring a rich diversity of experience and talent to the leadership of our organization as it embarks on its 81st season.” said Festival President Cyril Yansouni.
A resident of Monterey County since 1963, Ms. Kemp is an active member of the community. In addition to her election to the Bach Festival Board, Christine currently serves on the Boards of the Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce and the Salinas Valley Leadership Group.