Career tip of the month: Victoria Voketaitis '93, performing arts consultant
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Victoria Voketaitis '93

Performing Arts Consultant

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More about Victoria

Victoria VoketaitisVictoria (Vicky) Voketaitis received her bachelor's in music management and classical flute from The Hartt School in 1993. She currently resides in Manhattan and is a performing arts consultant specializing in live event programming, artist relations, product marketing, and tour management. Her recent clients include theatrical agency Off Broadway Touring and Yamaha Corporation of America’s Keyboard Division. She spent ten years as manager of Concert and Artist Activities for Steinway & Sons, and six years as an agent with Columbia Artists Management and Windwood Theatricals. Vicky also co-produced the 2013 Fall “Jazz Loft Party” fundraising gala for the Jazz Foundation of America. 

Vicky is often a panel participant and guest lecturer on industry relations and was recently at “The Quarter Life Crisis: Transitioning from Student to Professional” at Association of Performing Arts Professionals Conference; “Networking in the Arts” at The Hartt School; and “Selling to Performing Arts Presenters” at the National Association of Music Merchants convention. When not in a concert hall, Vicky can likely be found at Yankee Stadium or in a swimming pool.

Victoria Voketaitis

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