Nancy's little assistant, Clover Cookie Claudina Christensen
A board meeting in session
.With over 25 years of expertise in the field of performing arts, Nancy Christensen has crafted a management company dedicated to broadening and deepening performance opportunities for artists while building project and program-based relationships with presenting organizations relative to their communities. In addition to being the Founder and President of Christensen Arts, Nancy is the Program Director for an after-school music program in Paterson, NJ in connection with William Paterson University. Christensen has also served as a juror for the SAVVY Chamber Music Competition for the past two years and has participated as a speaker for the SAVVY Chamber Musician In Action Workshop in Columbia, SC.
Prior to working as an artist representative for over a decade, Ms. Christensen held the position of Education Director at Chamber Music America where she created and implemented the Education and Residency Institute and administered the NEA/Chamber Music America Rural Residencies Program. During the 1990’s, Christensen served as Program Director for Midori & Friends as well as Program Coordinator for Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. Nancy Christensen holds a Bachelor of Music degree in piano performance and a Master of Arts degree in music theory both from the Eastman School of Music. In 2015, Christensen completed her second term as part of the Western Arts Alliance’s Board where she also served as the organization’s annual conference co-chair for four years.