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Brett Colby, President, ARTSCAP

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Mr. Brett Colby Noorigian

President

ARTSCAP

Direct Phone: (732) ***-****       

ARTSCAP

658 Cookman Avenue

Asbury Park, New Jersey 07712

United States

Company Description

We believe that art, by its very nature, enriches community life. artscapâ€"the Arts Coalition of Asbury Park is a coalition of artists, citizens and cultural organizations. we are dedicated to the promotion and advancement of the arts through collaborati ... more

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While Brett's early career focused on the performing arts, he remained strongly rooted in business matters. Growing up in two family businesses, Brett was raised with a focus on fiscal responsibility and customer service. In his early years, he applied these skills to the family business he ran, and continues to utilize these skills in his nonprofit endeavors.
In 2005, he joined the board of ArtsCAP (The Arts Coalition of Asbury Park), and served as the nonprofit's president from 2007-2009. During his tenure, the small board and volunteer base tripled in size, as did the budget and contributed revenue. He spearheaded many grassroots arts efforts, including monthly art walks and the TriCity Arts Tour (an arts partnership with the cities of Red Bank and Long Branch).
In a shift away from his full-time performance career, Brett became a full-time fundraiser in 2009, when the 540 the Algonquin Theatre (Manasquan, NJ) selected Brett as their Director of Development. At the time, the theatre was trying to stay afloat during the country's post-crash recession. Brett worked hard to streamline and reinvent all development efforts including the annual gala, annual appeals, grant requests and donor relations. His work resulted in budget surpluses and greatly improved the theatre's image in the community.
In 2011, Brett joined The Arc of Monmouth, spearheading fundraising and marketing efforts to support over 1,300 individuals with developmental disabilities. The 65 year old institution was suffering from several years of deficits and greatly in need of new ideas and revenue streams.
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Brett Colby Discusses The Arc's Services & Anniversary August 12, 2014
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Armenian-American character tenor Brett Noorigian Colby is garnering acclaim throughout the US and Europe for his strong comedic and vocal skills. In his European debut, he joined Theater Görlitz (Germany), singing the roles of Nathanaël and The Four Servants (The Tales of Hoffmann), for which German papers wrote that he "mastered his diverse roles vocally, theatrically, and with immaculate diction". He will perform Baron Zsupan in Countess Maritza with Liederkrantz Opera in New York in April. Mr. Colby recently sang Spoleta in Tosca with Opera New Jersey. His recent performances were Goro in Madama Butterfly at the El Paso Opera and again at the Algonquin Playhouse, NJ, Beppe in Pagliacci with the Westfield Symphony Orchestra and Lamberto in Il Maestro di Musica with Boheme Opera. Previously Brett sang the roles of Basilio/Don Curzio in Le Nozze di Figaro at Green Mountain Opera. He also sang Goro in Madama Butterfly at Boheme Opera in New Jersey, where he also performed Handel's Messiah. Other engagements include Goro (Madama Butterfly) with Westfield Symphony Orchestra, Virginia Opera, Anchorage Opera, Opera Illinois, Midland Symphony, Metro Lyric Opera and Cedar Rapids Opera; Beppe (I Pagliacci) with Opera Delaware; Spoletta (Tosca) and Blind (Die Fledermaus) with Opera Illinois; Basilio/Curzio (Le Nozze di Figaro) with Connecticut Grand Opera; Camille (The Merry Widow) with Rimrock Opera; Piquillo (La Perichole) with West Bay Opera; El Remendado (Carmen) with Mobile Opera; Bardolfo (Falstaff), Little Bat (Susannah), and Basilio/Curzio (Le Nozze di Figaro) with Cedar Rapids Opera. As an Apprentice Artist at Utah Festival Opera and Sarasota Opera, Brett was seen as Little Bat (Susannah), Professor (South Pacific), Florenze (Naughty Marietta), and Tanzmeister (Ariadne auf Naxos). Equally at home on musical theatre stages, Brett has starred in and recorded albums for two original musicals in New York: Vivianna (a re-telling of La Traviata) and My Heinous Life, for which NYC papers said, "Brett's commanding tenor voice and sure stage presence kept the nonsense moving briskly", and dubbed him, "sweet candy". Other musical theatre roles include Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar, and a modernized version of The Pirates of Penzance at NYC's South Street Seaport. Brett spent two summers in Elmira, NY and Hartford, CT, portraying Young Mark Twain in Mark Twain: The Musical.

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A resident of Asbury Park, NJ, Brett currently serves as President of the Arts Coalition of Asbury Park (www.artscap.org).


Arts Coalition of Asbury Park - ArtsCAP Board Info/Bios

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Brett Noorigian Colby,

Brett Colby, a resident of Asbury Park since 2004, served as ArtsCAP's president from December 2007- August 2009. As an operatic tenor, Mr. Colby continues to sing throughout the United States and Europe. More info about Brett can be found at www.brettcolby.com.


Arts Coalition of Asbury Park - Roundtable Series

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ArtsCAP board member Lou Liberatore emceed the event, which included remarks by ArtsCAP President Brett Colby, City Manager Terence Reidy, Market in the Middle's Marilyn Schlossbach, ReVision Theatre's Tom Morrissey, Madison Marquette's Gary Mottola, MCAC's Terri Thomas, strategic planning consultant Lori Heninger, and Long Branch arts advocate Todd Katz.

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and ArtsCAP Board Members Dennis Carroll, Brett Colby, Lou Liberatore, Carol Senavitis, Dawn von Suskil, Joan Feinberg, Pam Lamberton and Malcolm Navias.
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Moderator Lou Liberatore and ArtsCAP President Brett Colby


Arts Coalition of Asbury Park - Roundtable Series

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ArtsCAP board member Lou Liberatore emceed the event, which included remarks by ArtsCAP President Brett Colby, City Manager Terence Reidy, Market in the Middle's Marilyn Schlossbach, ReVision Theatre's Tom Morrissey, Madison Marquette's Gary Mottola, MCAC's Terri Thomas, strategic planning consultant Lori Heninger, and Long Branch arts advocate Todd Katz.

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and ArtsCAP Board Members Dennis Carroll, Brett Colby, Lou Liberatore, Carol Senavitis, Dawn von Suskil, Joan Feinberg, Pam Lamberton and Malcolm Navias.
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Moderator Lou Liberatore and ArtsCAP President Brett Colby

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