Noah Hock Named to Board of Directors of Eastern Music Festival
Brooks Pierce attorney Noah Hock has been named to the board of directors for the Eastern Music Festival (EMF).
For six decades, EMF, a nationally recognized classical music festival and summer educational program, has been produced each summer on the campus of Guilford College, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and other venues in the Greensboro, North Carolina, area. EMF is distinguished by its accomplished faculty, exhilarating repertoire and world-renowned visiting artists under the artistic direction of Gerard Schwarz. A powerful teaching institution, EMF provides encouragement and guidance to over 265 young musicians from across the country and around the globe as they take their first steps towards careers in the performing arts.
Hock advises clients in the areas of entertainment, nonprofit, and media law. In addition to his legal practice, Hock is an active classical musician performing with the Winston-Salem Symphony and other regional orchestras. He uses his passion for music to represent musicians, artists, record producers, filmmakers, writers and publishers in a variety of arts-related matters. Hock also assists nonprofit organizations of all sizes with every aspect of their management and operation.
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