NHSO Administrative Offices:
4 Hamilton Street
New Haven, CT 06511
To purchase tickets:
The NHSO Box Office is managed by Elm City Tickets at Long Wharf Theatre
Box Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 12-5pm
For general administrative inquiries:
(203) 865-0831 Phone
(203) 865-0845 Fax
NHSO Office Hours:
Monday-Friday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
NHSO Administrative Offices are open to the public by appointment only.
Please contact one of the administrative staff members below to schedule an administrative office visit.
Elaine C. Carroll, Chief Executive Officer
Elaine C. Carroll has worked in not-for-profit management for over 25 years. She has secured grants from many major foundations and the Connecticut Office of the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the U.S. Department of Education. Under her leadership as Chief Executive Officer, the NHSO has enjoyed a new-found economic stability. The Symphony has been “in the black” for several seasons and fully replenished its Stability Cash Reserve. The Symphony is making more music in more places and engaging more listeners. In November 2017, Elaine and her team were awarded the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce “Sunspot Award” for innovations that increase the community impact of a not-for-profit organization. She represents the New Haven Arts Anchors on the Arts Council of Greater New Haven Board of Directors.
Charity Clark, Development Director
Avery Collins, Executive Assistant
Caitlin Daly-Gonzales, Education Director
Shire Feingold, Head House Manager
Jyreek James Ellerbe, Individual Giving Manager
Felicia Moore, Community Engagement Associate
Fiona Murray, Operations Director
Katie Bonner Russo, Marketing Director
Forrest Temple, Finance Manager
Marvin Warshaw, Personnel Manager/Librarian
Emily Miclon, Development Coordinator
For booking inquiries, contact Operations@NewHavenSymphony.org.
The New Haven Symphony Orchestra recognizes that our performances are regularly held on the occupied territory of the Quinnipiac, Paugussett, Poquonook, and Wappinger people. We express our gratitude and appreciation to those groups for their stewardship of the land.
Land acknowledgment is only one small part of supporting Indigenous communities. We hope our land acknowledgment statement will inspire others to stand with us in solidarity with Native nations.
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