A seasoned professional with over 20 years of industry experience specializing in the performing and fine arts, Adrienne has a proven track record of building brands and crafting/executing strategies with a modern, fresh and multi-faceted approach. In addition to her work with Sounding Point, Adrienne still actively performs as a freelance violinist and regularly produces concert series and events.
Adrienne is an active participant in many classical and new music outreach initiatives. From 2017-2019, she co-produced the annual 10-Hour Bach Marathon at Union Station – an all-volunteer, immersive celebration of Bach’s music, engaging hundreds of local musicians and drawing thousands of audience members each year. She is proud to be a member of Art Share L.A.'s Performing Arts committee. Adrienne strives to bring enthusiasm, authenticity and heart to all of her projects, with the cornerstones of progress, expansion and inclusion in mind. She believes that with community and collaborative synergy, anything can be accomplished.
In her free time, Adrienne enjoys playing chamber music with friends, drinking iced coffee, and spending time with her fur babies.
Amanda Ryvkin joined the Sounding Point team after graduating from Barnard College, Columbia University. The child of an opera conductor and an opera singer, Amanda was immersed in the arts early on. Having worked as a Marketing Assistant at the Los Angeles Philharmonic and a Collaborative Learning Intern at the Philadelphia Orchestra, Amanda understands the ins and outs of large arts organizations and their varied needs. She loves helping people connect with and engage more deeply with the arts. Education through the arts and entertainment is a particular passion of hers; she spent a year interning at Sesame Workshop and wrote her thesis on arts partnerships between public schools in New York City and performing arts organizations.
At Sounding Point, Amanda works closely with clients and partners, and crafts and executes grassroots marketing, advertising, email, and social media campaigns for clients.
In her free time, Amanda tries to find anyone who will speak French with her, flails through dance classes, takes too many pictures of her food (peep @laphilanyfood) and unsuccessfully attempts to train for a 5k.