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Scott Provancher

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Scott Provancher is president of the Arts & Science Council (ASC). Since joining the ASC in July 2009, he has successfully raised $20 million to complete an $83 million endowment campaign for the new Levine Center for the Arts and raised more than $14 million in annual support for Charlotte’s cultural community. Provancher serves on the Americans for the Arts’ Private Sector Council and the Knight Foundation’s National Arts Advisory Committee; the boards of the N.C. Arts Council, Greater Charlotte Cultural Trust, and Charlotte Center City Partners; and advisory boards for Queens University of Charlotte’s College of Arts and Sciences and the Eastman School of Music.

In his prior position as vice president and campaign director of the Fine Arts Fund in Cincinnati, Ohio, Provancher led key initiatives focused on growing audiences and participation for the arts and culture sector. Provancher has also been a successful executive director for several symphony orchestras across the country, including the Louisville Orchestra in Kentucky and the Rockford Symphony Orchestra in Rockford, Ill.  Provancher earned a Bachelor of Music degree in percussion performance and an arts leadership diploma from the Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester.


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