January 31, 2019

Indian Hill picks new CEO ahead of major expansion, move

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Indian Hill's proposed facility in Groton will add to the nonprofit's ability to teach and offer performances to its 79-community service area.
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A rendering of a 1,000-seat performance space under construction by Indian Hill Music in Groton. Indian Hill has appointed a new CEO as it embarks on the major move.
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Lisa Fiorentino

Indian Hill Music, a Littleton nonprofit for music education and performance, has appointed a new CEO as it embarks on a move to a larger facility in Groton.

Lisa Fiorentino is the organization's new head, Indian Hill announced Wednesday, replacing Susan Randazzo, a founder of the nonprofit and its leader since 2001. Randazzo will remain with Indian Hill in a role focused on long-term institutional advancement as part of the upcoming move.

Fiorentino, of Groton, served most recently as Indian Hill Music's chief operating officer and has been with the nonprofit for 10 years.

The Music Center at Indian Hill is slated to open in 2022 on 110 acres on Old Ayer Road in Groton. The facility will include a 1,000-seat concert hall and a 300-seat recital hall, along with rehearsal and teaching spaces and lawn seating for outdoor concerts.

Indian Hill includes a 70-member professional Orchestra of Indian Hill, a community music school, professional concert series, and community outreach programs. The nonprofit serves 79 area communities.

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