ASCAP Elects Board Of Directors
March 27, 2013 at 8:09 AM (PT)
The results of the biennial election for the Board of Directors of the AMERICAN SOCIETY OF COMPOSERS, AUTHORS AND PUBLISHERS (ASCAP) were announced today by ASCAP Pres./Chairman of the Board PAUL WILLIAMS. Twelve writer and 12 publisher members have been elected to serve on the Board for a two-year term commencing APRIL 1st.
Newly elected writer member in the at-large field is composer ALF CLAUSEN. In addition to PAUL WILLIAMS, the writer members who were re-elected in the at-large field are: songwriter MARILYN BERGMAN; composer RICHARD BELLIS; composer BRUCE BROUGHTON; composer GEORGE DUKE; composer DAN FOLIART; songwriter WAYLAND HOLYFIELD; songwriter VALERIE SIMPSON; songwriter JIMMY WEBB; and composer DOUG WOOD. Re-elected in the Symphonic and Concert field is composer STEPHEN PAULUS.
The publisher directors re-elected in the at-large field are: MARTIN BANDIER, SONY/ATV; CAROLINE BIENSTOCK, BIENSTOCK PUBLISHING; BARRY COBURN, TEN TEN MUSIC; JOHN L. EASTMAN, EDWIN H. MORRIS & CO.; ZACH HOROWITZ, UNIVERSAL MUSIC; LAURENT HUBERT, BMG GOLD SONGS; DEAN KAY, LICHELLE MUSIC; LEEDS LEVY, LEEDS MUSIC; MATT PINCUS, SONGS MUSIC PUBLISHING; IRWIN Z. ROBINSON, CROMWELL MUSIC; and CAMERON STRANG, WARNER BROTHERS MUSIC. Re-elected in the Symphonic and Concert field is publisher JAMES KENDRICK, SCHOTT MUSIC CORPORATION/EUROPEAN AMERICAN MUSIC CORP.