Alan Fletcher

President and CEO, Aspen Music Festival and School; Trustee, The Aspen Institute

Alan Fletcher is president and CEO of the Aspen Music Festival and School. Prior to 2005, he was head of the Carnegie Mellon School of Music and a faculty member, provost, and dean of New England Conservatory. Fletcher’s music includes more than 200 works in all traditional classical forms. Several of his works have been selected as best new works by The Boston Globe. “An American Song” won a national competition in 2000 to honor West Point. Recent commissions include works for the Pittsburgh Symphony and the National Gallery of Art. He is a trustee of the Aspen Institute.

Videos/Audio of Alan Fletcher

A 21st Century Person's Guide to the Orchestra See more
Leaders from the world of performance discuss how to design the audience experience. See more
An exploration of music, art and architecture of the decade and what it means in today’s world. Aspen Art Museum's... See more
America is reputed to be the largest funder of artistic endeavor in the World, thanks to the combined resources of... See more
American Idol may rule the small screen, but high culture in the US is far from extinct. Symphony halls are full,... See more