Michele W. Campanelli is the Social Media Director for the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra. This position includes Public Relations, Designing Graphics, Concert Photography, Creating Ads & Digital Marketing on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
History: In 2010 Michele first started attending SCSO concerts and starting singing with the SCSO Chorus. She later became a season ticket holder because she absolutely loved the orchestra, their programming, and thought Maestro Aaron Collins, "the most talented Conductor in the world!"
Michele took a photo of herself in 2015 with the SCSO brochure and posted it on social media. Conductor Aaron Collins then asked Michele to speak to Joyce Wilden (Buzz Biz Public Relations) to join the SCSO Marketing Team.
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Hailed for his electric conducting and the compelling insight of his musicianship, Aaron Collins continues to attract national attention and is one of the most outstanding American conductors working today. An award winning composer and conductor, Collins is making his mark in the music world and is recognized for his commitment to creative artistry, innovative programming, leadership, philanthropy, and audience and community engagement. Young and dynamic, he has established himself as one of the most gifted conductors, and musicians of his generation.
Collins, serves as Artistic Director and Conductor of the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra. In addition, he serves on the Board of Directors of several other arts-based organizations, including President of the Creative Arts Foundation of Brevard.
He is the youngest winner of the '4 under 40' award presented by LEAD Brevard and also as one of the Space Coast Business' Most Admired People. In 2016, Collins won the Richard A. Stark Award for cultural leadership. Described as "the nest big thing," "a man on fire," "one of the most promising conductors working today,," "and absolute powerhouse," Collins maintains a schedule of more than 250 concerts a year.