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Alexander Brose

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Vice President for Development

Aspen Music Festival and School
Phone: (970) ***-****  
Email: a***@***.org
Aspen Music Festival
2 Music School Road
Aspen , Colorado 81611
United States

Company Description: The Aspen Music Festival and School has offered valley schools enrichment programs in classical music for 12 years under the auspices of M.O.R.E educational...   more

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  • degree , Asian studies
    Cornell University
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Staff - Aspen Music Festival, 9 Nov 2015 [cached]
Alexander Brose Vice President for Development
Board, Staff, and Writers : San Francisco Classical Voice, 26 Mar 2011 [cached]
Alex Brose, director of admissions of the collegiate program, San Francisco Conservatory of Music.
The Aspen Music Festival and ... [cached]
The Aspen Music Festival and School is pleased to announce that Alex Brose has been appointed vice president of development. He will oversee all fundraising efforts including the annual fund and the capital and endowment campaign.
Photo courtesy of Alex Brose ... [cached]
Photo courtesy of Alex Brose Aspen resident Alex Brose, right, performs with Michael Jackson tribute band Foreverland on Sunday at Belly Up.
Photo courtesy of Alex Brose Aspen resident Alex Brose, right, performs with Michael Jackson tribute band Foreverland on Sunday at Belly Up.
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In Aspen, Alex Brose is perhaps best known for his tireless service as the vice president for development at the Aspen Music Festival and School.
Right now, Brose is leading the $75 million "Where Dreams Begin" campaign, which will fund the renovation of the school's Castle Creek campus as well as put funds toward the organization's endowment. In addition, Brose has helped raise more than $5 million this year for the festival and school's operating budget.
Brose looks the part of a numbers guy - the unassuming 37-year-old is tall and wiry with brown curly hair, glasses and an easy smile. He's not exactly what you picture when you think of someone who once spent a fair amount of time wearing one bedazzled glove and belting out "PYT" and "I Want You Back" for thousands of people.
But he did. And on Sunday at Belly Up, he will do it again - with Foreverland, a 14-piece Michael Jackson tribute band that Brose was a member of before moving to Aspen a year ago. The band's name is a play on words, a reference to Jackson's Neverland Ranch in Santa Barbara County, Calif.
As a guest performer, Brose will join his former bandmates on stage at Belly Up, where he suspects Aspenites will find his performance interesting, to say the least.
"My relationship with Aspenites has been very work-related and professional," Brose said. "It'll be quite a surprise for them to see the other side of what I have done."
Brose, who is American, grew up in Asia until he was in the seventh grade. Brose's father worked for J.P. Morgan, and Brose recalls listening to Jackson as a way to stay in touch with American culture.
"My connection to the United States was through Michael Jackson," Brose said. "I was always so fond of him."
Brose went to high school in Ridgewood, N.J., and then attended Cornell University, where he received a degree in Asian studies, but he continued his musical training on the side. When Brose graduated, he realized he wanted to work in fundraising and moved to San Francisco to do alumni relations and fundraising for Cornell. After two years, he moved on to work for the San Francisco Conservatory, where he became director of admissions. The job allowed him to combine his two loves: fundraising and music.
It was during this time that he began performing with Foreverland.
"I sang opera and musical theater throughout high school and college," Brose said.
He was blaring from people's apartments and car windows," Brose said. "(The memorial) show was my first. It was really amazing - people shouting every single word."
Thus the band was born, and the five founding members eventually grew to 14.
"After a while, it became evident you couldn't be true to any of that stuff without 14 people in the band," Brose said.
So after 11 years with the San Francisco Conservatory and nearly three years with Foreverland, Brose decided it was time for a change.
"Every summer, I came to Aspen," Brose said.
Still, Brose said Aspenites are in for a treat Sunday, as Foreverland is different from other Jackson tribute bands; it doesn't try to be Jackson, instead merely celebrating the legend.
"There are bands out there that impersonate Michael Jackson with everything from plastic surgery to outfits to the dance moves," Brose said, shaking his head in disapproval.
So I got the higher songs," Brose said.
Brose said it's a privilege to sing Jackson's music and a pleasure to watch the other band members perform Jackson's songs.
"There's this one guy who looks kind of like Meat Loaf," Brose said. "Well, let's just say he's a hard rocker. A heavy-metal guy who can sing some really aggressive tunes. 'Back in Black.' 'Dirty Diana.' That's his stuff."
It's not hard to imagine this eclectic band as a collection of cartoon characters and offbeat pop stars rocking out to "Bad" and "Smooth Criminal."
Brose is looking forward to rejoining the group this weekend, and he suspects it will be a great way to contribute to Aspen's music scene in a different way.
"I'm doing two shows in Denver with (Foreverland)," Brose said, "and then one here.
- San Francisco Conservatory Of Music -, 27 June 2009 [cached]
Alexander Brose, Director of Admission 415-503-6207
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