Salisbury Symphony Orchestra
Salisbury Symphony Orchestra

Advisory Board

Officers

  • Chair: John Kilian 
  • Vice chair: Judith Dressel
  • Treasurer: Tammy Kilgore
  • Recording Secretary: Catherine Jackson
  • Corresponding Secretary: Dina McIntyre

Advisory Board

Advisory Board

Front Row: Tammy Kilgore (SSO Manager), Kristilyn Friese, Holly Hearne, Cynthia Cowall
Back Row
: John Kilian (Chair), Ginny Matern, Judith Dressel (Vice Chair), Jeffrey Schoyen (Conductor), Gerard Hogan, Dina MacIntyre (Corresponding Secretary), Richard Culver, Bill Ferguson, William Folger
Not pictured: Linda Cockey, Catherine Jackson (Recording Secretary), Maarten Pereboom

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Tammy Kilgore – Manager Bio

Tammy KilgoreTammy Kilgore, a graduate of Worcester Preparatory School and Salisbury University, has recently accepted the position of Manager for the Salisbury Symphony Orchestra. Prior to this, she served on the Salisbury Symphony Orchestra Advisory Board as Chairman. Her passion for classical music leads her commitment to be involved with the SSO. With an extensive background in music and marketing, Tammy is fulfilling her goal to work with the SSO and promote what she believes is a “true gem in our community.” She is married to Brian Kilgore and together they own Eastern Shore Coffee and Water. Their sons, Troy Cash and Jordan Kilgore, share her love of music and both enjoy performing locally. Tammy recently graduated in May of 2014 with a second bachelor’s degree in music.  


John Kilian - Chair Bio 

John Kilian

John Kilian currently serves as the Chair of the Symphony’s Advisory Board.   John received a business degree from Towson University, where he also studied trumpet and music education.  He inherited his love of music from his father, an accomplished trumpet player.  John’s musical favorites list includes classical, big band jazz, rock, country, opera and pop. 

John is a Certified Financial PlannerŪ at the local Merrill Lynch office.  John and his wife, Phyllis, have two sons, John and Josh, who also share a great love of music and the arts.  John’s goal for his for his Advisory Board opportunity is to ensure that live classical music continues to be a cultural highlight of our growing community.

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