Chris Graham is leaving his position as
VP of Sales and Marketing at Wind-up Records to join Amazon Music
to work in Artist Relations. Billboard has reported that Sony Music
Australias GM of Asia Pacific Marketing, Tim Kelly, has left
his position after only eight months. Music director Alan Gilbert
will be resigning from the New York Philharmonic in 2017. The orchestra
says Gilbert wants them to be able to find a replacement before
planned renovation in 2019. Rob Zifarelli has been promoted to SVP
of The Agency Group. Producer T. Williams has started a label called
Today, Tomorrow Records. The label will put out releases that intersect
urban and electronic music. The National Music Publishers' Association
appointed Amelia Wang as Vice President of Industry Relations and
Government Affairs. Gregg Nadel has been named GM of Elektra Records.
Nadel, who worked at Atlantic Records for 18 years, was SVP of A&R
and Marketing. Brett Alperowitz has been appointed to the position
of Senior Vice President of A&R for Republic Records and Casablanca
In some publishing news, Spirit Music Group has acquired the catalog
of Henry Mancini for administration within the US, Universal Music
Publishing Group has signed Nick Jonas to a global publishing deal,
and Casey Kelly signed with SESAC for representation of US public
performances. Gabriela Martinez has been promoted and appointed
to SVP Marketing for Warner Music Latin America and General Manager
of Warner Music Latina. INgrooves Music Group has announced the
appointment of Nick Roden as Director of International Business
Development. Warner Bros. Records has promoted Dave Dyer to SVP
of Promotion and John Fleckenstein has been named EVP, RCA Records.
Rdio has hired Hong Nguyen as Head of EMEA, Alex Vlassopulos as
Vice President & Head of Business Development, EMEA and Luke
Anthony as Director of Legal & Business Affairs. That's all
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