Board of Directors

The First Commercially Released Compact Disc: Claudio Arrau's rendition of Chopin waltzes, released by Philips Classics in 1980, acquired by The Museum of Portable Sound in December, 2014.
The First Commercially Released Compact Disc: Claudio Arrau’s rendition of Chopin waltzes, released by Philips Classics in 1980, acquired by The Museum of Portable Sound in December, 2014.

Our Museum Director reports to an international Board of Directors who serve in an advisory capacity. The current Board includes the following members:

Glenn Bach (Los Angeles)
Carmen Billows (Berlin)
Kate Carr (London)
Daniel Curley (Saratoga Springs)
Jono Gilmurray (Bristol)
Mike Hallenbeck (Minneapolis)
Annie Jamieson (Bradford)
Khaled Kaddal (Alexandria)
Meri Kytö (Tampere)
CJ Mitchell (Faversham)
Kwame Phillips (Rome)
Matthew Sansom (Kuala Lumpur)
Cheryl Tipp (London)
Paul Tourle (Glasgow)
Lydie Valentin (Paris)
S. Alana Wolf Johnson (Rochester)
Philip von Zweck (Chicago)


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