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Anchorage Concert Association hires new Marketing Director

Laura Carpenter has worked in communications in Alaska for more than a decade


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Laura Carpenter

Photo courtesy of the Alaska Concert Association

ANCHORAGE, AK – The Anchorage Concert Association has named Laura Carpenter as its new marketing director. Laura Carpenter has been working in communications in Alaska for more than a decade, from technical writing and public affairs to reviewing and covering Anchorage Concert Association shows for the Anchorage Daily News. Most recently Carpenter was the marketing and public relations manager for the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center, where she was the main media and advertising contact for the museum, helping to bring more than 200,000 visitors to the museum each year.

At the Anchorage Concert Association, Carpenter will develop audiences for and increase awareness of the concert association’s varied annual programming and events. The upcoming season features everything from classical groups to YouTube stars. Among the returning favorites are Portland Cello Project, David Sedaris and Garrison Keillor, as well as can’t-miss picks Kristin Chenoweth, Cherish the Ladies: A Celtic Christmas, Cirque Mechanics: Pedal Punk, Hot Sardines, and comedy legend John Cleese. This season’s Broadway in Anchorage shows include the beloved classic Grease, Billy Elliot (featuring music by Elton John), and Disney favorite Beauty and the Beast.

ANCHORAGE CONCERT ASSOCIATION

The Anchorage Concert Association is the largest arts and entertainment presenter in Alaska. With a mission to entertain and inspire Alaskans through the performing arts, the Anchorage Concert Association presents internationally acclaimed artists from the entire spectrum of the performing arts. Learn more at anchorageconcerts.org.

 

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