Nicole Murray is the Marketing and Communications Manager at Arts Services Inc. Equal parts performer and arts administrator, Nicole brings several years of experience helping music organizations spread their mission and develop longstanding connections with their local communities.
In addition to her current role as Director of Marketing and Development for Liminal Space Ensemble and Webmaster and Tech Coordinator for Orchestra North, her previous administrative experience includes:
-Digital Designer for “Musical Chairs” series, The Knights
-Building Services Manager, Kleinhans Music Hall
-Development Assistant and Box Office Representative, Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra
-Peer Career Advisor, San Francisco Conservatory of Music
-Graduate Assistant of Flute, Ithaca College
-Artist Liaison, Brevard Music Center
-Executive Assistant, auditionhacker
-Office Assistant, Rocky Ridge Music Center
-Intern, South Carolina Philharmonic
-Music Library Student Assistant, SUNY Fredonia
In 2020, she was chosen to present her talk “Grant Writing for Inclusive Programming” at the National Flute Association virtual convention.
Equally at home on the stage, Nicole is also a multi-faceted flutist who is dedicated to exploring musicality through collaboration, innovation, and education. She has been featured as a faculty member and Academy member with the Orchestra North Summer Program in British Columbia and was also featured as an alumni guest artist at Rocky Ridge Music Center in Estes Park, Colorado. In the community, she has performed with the Slee Sinfonietta, Southern Tier Symphony, Amherst Symphony, Cheektowaga Symphony, Orchard Park Symphony, and the Erie County Wind Ensemble. She is also a substitute flutist with the Erie Philharmonic and Catskill Symphony.
She holds an artist diploma from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music where she studied under SF Symphony principal flutist, Tim Day, an MM in flute performance from Ithaca College, and a BM in flute performance from SUNY Fredonia.