Baltimore Choral Arts Society Names Jack A. Fishman as New Executive Director

Nov 03, 2017

Baltimore Choral Arts Society has appointed of Jack A. Fishman as the organization’s new Executive Director, effective immediately.  Jack was formerly the Vice President, External Affairs at the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at Strathmore and has led several arts organizations including the San Antonio Symphony, Long Beach Symphony Orchestra, and Amarillo Symphony Orchestra. Jack will become Baltimore Choral Arts’ newest Executive Director in its 52-year history, succeeding Linda Moxley after her highly successful 10-year tenure with the organization.

In regards to joining Baltimore Choral Arts, Jack stated “I'm delighted to be joining this wonderful group of artists and supporters who have a rich history of artistic and organizational excellence. 

Everyone I've met shares a deep passion for the vocal arts and this organization. The introduction of  our new music director Anthony Blake Clark makes this an especially exciting time, and I'm looking forward to working with him and all the Board, staff and singers to continue to bring great music to our community. “

Jack Fishman is joining Baltimore Choral Arts during the inaugural season for Music Director Anthony Blake Clark.


The Baltimore Choral Arts Society, now in its 52nd season, is one of Maryland's premier cultural institutions. The Symphonic Chorus, Full Chorus, Orchestra, and Chamber Chorus perform throughout the mid-Atlantic region, as well as in Washington, D.C., New York, and in Europe. With an annual holiday television broadcast of its popular “Christmas with Choral Arts” concert at the Baltimore Basilica, Baltimore Choral Arts reaches a combined broadcast and live audience of more than 100,000 people each year. The chorus is featured annually in performances with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and its commitment to education and outreach programs greatly influence arts in the Baltimore community.

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