Artistic & Executive Director
As an active regional artist and seasoned voice teacher, Monica brings to her new appointment a 23-year relationship with Kerrytown Concert House, where she has regularly performed in all genres presented, produced concerts, rented studio space, and volunteered. Most recently, she has served as the newest Creator and Director of KCH’s popular cabaret concert series, Wine, Women, and Song! Monica believes passionately that KCH brings live performance to music lovers in an up close and personal way that is like no other in Ann Arbor. She looks forward to building upon the concert house’s rich artistic history, and to helping it expand and grow in meaningful, impactful, and delightful ways. As an artist and teacher, Monica has worked to build deep artistic connections and is most proud of her recent project, Front and Center Cabaret Works – a summer cabaret workshop dedicated to empowering young people through the art of cabaret. In taking on this new position, she will be leaving a long-time adjunct appointment at Eastern Michigan University, where she has happily served as lecturer, opera workshop director, and applied voice instructor. She does so with the blessing and enthusiasm of her colleagues, and more importantly, her family – husband, John, and daughter, Delaney.
Development & Administrative Manager
Marketing & Media Manager
Kevin is an Ann Arbor native, a graduate of Huron High School (’06), and a lover of all things Michigan. Outside of work, you can probably find him gaming, following Michigan/Detroit sports, producing music/beats, or enjoying the outdoor evening breeze, beer in hand. Kevin lives in Ypsilanti with his fiancée.
Todd Nichols has been House Manager for the Kerrytown Concert House since April, 2018. He holds his BM in Euphonium performance from The Johns Hopkins Peabody Conservatory and an MM from Eastern Michigan University. Before the Kerrytown Concert House Todd has been involved with arts organizations such as the Baltimore Symphony, the Boston Symphony and the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestras as part of their operations and development staff. Also being a seasoned musician and teacher, Todd currently arranges Orchestral music for the Concert Band medium.
Originally from Lexington, Massachusetts, when Todd is away from the Concert House, you’ll to find him playing Golf, Tennis, walking his dog Buna, gardening, going to the Movies or growing his digital classical music library.
Courtney Marshall is excited to join the Kerrytown Concert House team as a House Manager! Courtney holds a BS in Public and Nonprofit Administration with a Minor in General Music from Eastern Michigan University. Currently, Courtney is a graduate student at EMU studying Arts Administration. At EMU she is also a Graduate Assistant for the Student Center’s Conference and Event Services/Operations. Courtney has held internships with the Ann Arbor Summer Festival and the EMU Foundation where she has developed her interest and passion for nonprofit work. Courtney began her work in Arts Administration at the Ann Arbor Summer Festival for the 2019 season as the development intern.
Courtney originally hails from Alpena, MI, a small town in northern Michigan where she enjoys being on the water and wandering through nature. Outside of work and school, Courtney enjoys playing her saxophone, singing, and spending time with her friends and family, exploring museums and attending theatrical shows.
Artistic Director of Edgefest, Founder of Kerrytown Concert House
Board of Directors
BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT:
Shelley MacMillan (Secretary), Fernando Ortiz (Treasurer), Martha Gove, Greg Bolino, Dallas Dort,
Dennis Huibregtse, Ryan MacKenzie Lewis, Paul Glendon (President), Ron Bogdasarian
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT
Charles Borgsdorf, Barbara Kramer, Stephanie Hale (Vice President), Edward Surovell