Cailin Marcel Manson
Dedicated to Classical Music in the Community.
CAILIN leads the Clark University Choir, Clark University Symphony Orchestra,
Worcester Children's Chorus and the New England Repertory Orchestra
in a full concert performance of Puccini's TURANDOT,
featuring world-renowned sopranos Othalie Graham and Janinah Burnett,
star tenor Joshua Collier, and rising baritone Nicholas Tocci.
CAILIN returns to Carnegie Hall with MidAmerica Productions
to conduct John Rutter's Magnificat
as a part of the Choral Celebration of Christmas.
CAILIN RECENTLY FEATURED IN BOTH NEWS AND PODCASTS
The New England Repertory Orchestra received broad press coverage for its May 2023 concert, Banishing Grief, featuring the world premiere of Felix Jarrar's first symphony and the Symphony No. 5 by Dmitri Shostakovich.
CAILIN was also featured in Clark University's Challenge. Change. podcast, discussing his career, philosophy of teaching, and the continuing work on diversity in symphonic music.
Click here for the WWLP MassAppeal feature story.
Click here for the interview on New England Public Media's The Fabulous 413.
Click here for the feature story in the Challenge. Change. podcast.
MIDAMERICA PRODUCTIONS APPOINTS CAILIN AS ARTISTIC CONSULTANT
MidAmerica Productions, in its 40th season of concerts in New York City, has appointed CAILIN its Artistic Consultant for its 2024 Season at Carnegie Hall and other international residencies ongoing.
Click here for the Broadway World feature story.
CAILIN CELEBRATES 20 YEARS OF CONDUCTING WITH HIS CARNEGIE HALL DEBUT
CAILIN made a smashing debut at Carnegie Hall conducting the MESSA DA REQUIEM of Giuseppe Verdi on March 11. The residency, hosted by MidAmerica Productions, included CAILIN's numerous choirs, four world-class soloists, and the New England Symphonic Ensemble. N
Click here for the ClarkNOW feature story.
Click here for the Keene Sentinel feature story.
CAILIN NAMED 2023 ACOM FELLOW
CAILIN has been named a member of the Arts and Culture Organizational Management: Strategic Perspectives (ACOM) 2023 cohort.
ACOM is a one-week intensive program run by the American Repertory Theater designed in collaboration with the Initiative to Advance Racial Equity at the Harvard Business School.
The program connects and uplifts selected BIPOC-identifying arts leaders from arts organizations from cultural organizations across Massachusetts representing a diversity of artistic disciplines and experiences.
CAILIN NAMED 2021 CREATIVE COMMUNITY FELLOW
National Arts Strategies named CAILIN a member of the 2021-2022 cohort of Creative Community Fellows: New England. 25 candidates were selected, recognized as creative entrepreneurs and change agents whose work, practice, and exciting projects foster positive change in New England communities.
Click here for the announcement from National Arts Strategies and to learn more about the Fellows.
NH CHRONICLE SPOTLIGHTS CAILIN AND THE KEENE CHORALE
The NH Chronicle featured CAILIN and The Keene Chorale in a special spotlight as they prepared for the New England Premiere of Robert Nathaniel Dett's oratorio, The Ordering of Moses.
This concert was supported by the Saxton Family - Alfred Nash Patterson Grant from Choral Arts New England.
Click here for the NH Chronicle story.
NEW ENGLAND REPERTORY ORCHESTRA CLOSES ITS INAUGURAL SEASON
The New England Repertory Orchestra received excellent press coverage as it closed its inaugural season, amassing significant community support, and performing for full-capacity audiences.
Click here for the MassAppeal interview on WWLP.
Click here for the interview on 93.9 The River.