David Titcomb

Orchestra Manager at New York City Ballet, Inc.

David Titcomb

David Titcomb

Orchestra Manager at New York City Ballet, Inc.

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Hair & Makeup Supervisor at New York City Ballet, Inc.

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Senior Coordinator, Major Gifts & Young Patrons Circle at New York City Ballet, Inc.

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Director & General Counsel at New York City Ballet, Inc.

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Senior Director, Marketing & Media at New York City Ballet, Inc.

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Chief Financial Officer & Senior Director, Finance & Administration at New York City Ballet, Inc.

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Executive Director at New York City Ballet, Inc.

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Senior Director of Operations at New York City Ballet, Inc.

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Senior Director of Education & Public Programs at New York City Ballet, Inc.

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Senior Director, Development at New York City Ballet, Inc.

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Assistant Technical Director at New York City Ballet, Inc.

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David Titcomb
Orchestra Manager at New York City Ballet, Inc.
Career History
Orchestra Manager
Current

New York City Ballet, Inc. operates as a dance company. The firm offers athletic, contemporary style, and a repertory of original ballets. The company was founded by George Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein in 1948 and is headquartered in New York, NY.

Orchestra Manager
Prior

The New York City Opera (NYCO) was an American opera company located in New York City that was active from 1943-2013. The company, called "the people's opera" by New York Mayor Fiorello La Guardia, was founded in 1943. The company's stated purpose was to make opera accessible to a wide audience at a reasonable ticket price. It also sought to produce an innovative choice of repertory, and provide a home for American singers and composers. The company was originally housed at the New York City Center theater on West 55th Street. It later became part of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts from 1966 to 2010 during which time it produced autumn and spring seasons of opera in repertory and maintained extensive education and outreach programs, offering arts-in-education programs to 4,000 students in over thirty schools.

Other Affiliations

David Titcomb is affiliated with New York City Ballet, Inc., New York City Opera, Inc.

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