The latest executive moves across the music industry…
TuneCore has announced that Andreea Gleeson has been named Vice President, Marketing. Gleeson joins TuneCore from Lord & Taylor where she led the omni-marketing strategy for the department store chain.
Kobalt Label Services President Diarmuid Quinn is now stepping down from his position, effective January. “I have thoroughly enjoyed my last two years at the helm of Kobalt Label Services here in North America,” Quinn offered in a statement.
Columbia Records has appointed Doneen Lombardi as executive vice president, head of marketing for the label.
The National Music Publishers’ Association has promoted Charlotte Sellmyer from vice president of communications to senior vice president, external affairs.
Capitol Music Group has announced that Harvest Records GMs Piero Giramonti and Jacqueline Saturn will serve in expanded roles as GMs of its independent services division, Caroline. CMG has also announced Scott Greer as new executive VP of Capitol Music Group. Greer comes from an 18-year tenure at Sony Music.
Warner/Chappell Music has promoted Katie Winten and Ryan Press to co-heads, A&R, U.S. (excluding Nashville).
The Chairman of the UK’s Concert Promoters Association, Stuart Littlewood, has stepped down after 15 years in the role. Phil Bowdery, president of Touring Live Nation will step into Littlewood’s role.
Elsewhere, Imagem Music has promoted Leo Chantzaras from senior A&R manager to senior international A&R manager.
Veteran music agent Guy Richard has joined APA‘s concerts division as VP of adult contemporary.
SiriusXM has hired Jack Vaughn as SVP, comedy programming. Vaughn joins SiriusXM from New Wave Entertainment.
The UK’s Music Managers Forum has hired Annabella Coldrick as chief executive. Choleric steps into her new role January 1st.
Elsewhere, Music City Music Council names Justine Alexa Avila as the company’s first full-time executive director.