Elizabeth Snodgrass

Elizabeth SnodgrassElizabeth Snodgrass has been working in the non-profit arts industry for the last 15 years in music and cultural events. Since 2008, she has been Manager of Community Programs at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute, the education and community arm of the Hall. She oversees three programs dedicated to bringing free and affordable, high quality performances across New York City, including the Neighborhood Concerts and Carnegie Kids, which are free concerts presented in partnership with local organizations in all five boroughs and feature classical, jazz, and world music artists; and Family Concerts, which take place in Carnegie Hall’s legendary Stern Auditorium and the newer, more intimate Zankel Hall.

Previously, Ms. Snodgrass was Managing Director of Absolute Ensemble, a Grammy-nominated contemporary music group, and also held many roles as a freelancer including Coordinating Producer of the Obie Award-Winning Imagine Festival of Arts, Issues, and Ideas, Project Manager for AmsterJam 2005 presented by Heineken, and Talent Director for CultureFest NYC 2005, 2006, & 2007, presented by NYC & Company. Ms. Snodgrass holds a Master’s degree in piano performance from the Peabody Conservatory at Johns Hopkins University.

LDI Methodology

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2012/2013 Team

Fourteen LDI team members were chosen from a cross section of US presenting organizations. Read more ›

Best Practices

LDI members developed best practices around 5 key aspects of engaging community with and through the arts. Read more ›

About LDI

Launched in 2010, the goal of the LDI is to develop the leadership, knowledge and capacity required to advance the performing arts presenting field. Read more ›

Resource Library

LDI members created a library of resource materials to guide presenters’ community building efforts. Read more ›