Environmental Consultant Appointed to Mainly Mozart Board of Directors

San Diego, CA, August 15, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Mainly Mozart announced that they have appointed Anderson M. Donan to the Board of Directors of this non-profit organization dedicated to delivering the works of Mozart and the Masters. Mainly Mozart brings together leading musicians from the nation’s most prominent orchestras and ensembles, who perform each June under the direction of acclaimed conductor Maestro David Atherton as The San Diego Mainly Mozart Festival Orchestra. Mr. Donan is the Founder and President of Donan Environmental Services headquartered in San Diego’s North County and is an active member of the Rancho Santa Fe Rotary. Mr. Donan holds an M.S. in Geology and Physics from Colombia Pacific University in California and a B.A. in Geology and Religion from Allegheny College in Pennsylvania with additional religion studies completed at DePauw University in Indiana. He has been in professional practice as an environmental consultant since 1986 and is the leading expert in Southern California on the remediation of petroleum hydrocarbons, solvents heavy metals and acids. http://desxyz.com/.

Mainly Mozart Founding Executive Director Nancy Laturno notes, “We’re immensely proud to welcome Mr. Donan to our Board of Directors and look forward to advancing the mission of Mainly Mozart under his leadership. Mr. Donan is an ardent patron of our musical performance series and is an enthusiastic advocate for delivering quality musical experiences for audiences throughout San Diego County. It’s a distinct honor to engage him on our board and we look forward to working with him to facilitate the goals of our non-profit institution.”

Now in its 24th year, Mainly Mozart is one of San Diego's leading music organizations, focusing on the works of Mozart and the Masters. In addition, the organization produces world-class chamber music under the direction of Curator of Chamber Music, internationally renowned pianist Anne-Marie McDermott. The organization also produces intimate concert experiences through Club Amadeus, its music aficionado group. http://www.mainlymozart.org/

Mainly Mozart's educational outreach programs are enjoyed by over 30,000 students in the U.S. and Mexico yearly. Funding for Mainly Mozart is provided in part by the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture; the County of San Diego at the recommendations of Supervisors Greg Cox, Bill Horn Pam Slater-Price, and Ron Roberts; and contributions from local individuals, businesses, and foundations.
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Eva Stimson