The San Diego Union-Tribune
George Varga
April 8, 2020

Leah Rosenthal has been named as the artistic director of La Jolla Music Society, where she is a proven veteran with more than a decade of achievements to her credit. She is the first person to be named as the organization’s artistic director who isn’t concurrently serving as its president or CEO.

Rosenthal was hired by the 51-year-old society in 2008 and became its director of artistic planning and education in 2011. She has served as its director of programming since 2016. She was instrumental in booking last year’s opening season at the nonprofit arts organization’s $82 million Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center in La Jolla.

“Basically, in my new position, I’m doing a lot of what I’ve been doing the last couple of years. The change in title (reflects that) my role will now be more external and that I’ll have greater visibility in the community and play a greater role in fund-raising. I’m so honored,” Rosenthal said Wednesday, speaking from the North Park home she shares with her husband and two children.

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