THE FIRST NUMBER OF "AQUEDUCT"
MAGAZINE IN PREPARATION
At the VI regular session of the Assembly of the Association for the Protection and Preservation of Waters of Southern Serbia, held on March 4, 2020, a decision was made to issue the first issue PROFESSIONAL-INFORMATIVE MAGAZINE "AQUEDUCT".
The magazine will be published every six months (twice a year) in a circulation of 500 copies. It will have an ISSN number as well as a CIP record from the National Library of Serbia.
"AQUEDUCT" is sent in printed form, as a free copy, to all public utility companies in Serbia, all local governments, relevant national institutions (Ministries, Republic Water Directorate, Environmental Protection Agency, Serbian Chamber of Commerce, Standing Conference of Towns and municipalities, Faculties, other Associations, etc.) as well as companies in the field of water supply, sewerage and wastewater treatment. An electronic version of "AQUEDUCT" will be posted on the Association's website in a separate section.
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She spent the early part of her career in management positions at the New York Philharmonic, Radio City Music Hall and New World Records. After moving to London, she was engaged as a management consultant and public relations advisor. She advised world renowned solo artists and international orchestras such as The Cleveland Orchestra, Concertgebouw Orchestra, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Ulster Orchestra, Sydney Symphony, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Südwestfunk Symphony Orchestra Baden-Baden, Oslo Philharmonic and the San Francisco Symphony.
In 2000, Mary Carlson founded Arts Executive Search now a global leader in the recruitment of senior executives and trustees in the music and performing arts sector. Clients include the leading international opera houses, orchestras, venues, festivals, conservatories, record labels and music foundations.
From 2010-2013 Ms. Carlson managed an Intern Abroad Programme for New York University/Steinhardt School graduate students in arts administration.
Ms. Carlson holds a B. Mus from Manhattanville College, a M. Mus from Northwestern University and an M. Sc from Columbia Business School.
Mary verbrachte ihre ersten Berufsjahre in verschiedenen Management-Funktionen bei den New Yorker Philharmonikern, der Radio City Music Hall in New York sowie bei New World Records. Nach ihrer Übersiedlung nach London beriet sie Solisten und so renommierte Orchester wie das Cleveland Orchestra, das Concertgebouw Orchestra, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, das Ulster Orchestra, Sydney Symphony, das Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, das SWR-Symphonie-Orchester Baden-Baden, Oslo Philharmonic und San Francisco Symphony.
Im Jahr 2000 gründete Mary Carlson Arts Executive Search, inzwischen ein Marktführer in der Beratung für Senior Executives und KuratorInnen im Musiksektor und im Bereich Darstellende Künste. Zu ihren Kunden gehören die führenden internationalen Opernhäuser, Veranstaltungsorte, Festivals, Musikhochschulen, Record Label und Musik-Stiftungen.
Von 2010 bis 2013 managte Ms. Carlson das Studenten-Austausch-Programm “Intern Abroad Programme” der New Yorker Universität/Steinhardt School für Magister-Studenten im Kulturmanagement.
Ms. Carlson hat folgende akademischen Titel erworben: einen “Bachelor of Music” von Manhattanville College, den “Master of Music” von Northwestern University und den “Master of Science” von Columbia Business School.