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Mr. Stephen Belth

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Executive Director

Phone: (631) ***-****  HQ Phone
Long Island Philharmonic
1 Huntington Quadrangle Suite 2C21
Melville , New York 11747
United States

Company Description: The mission of the Long Island Philharmonic is to provide the highest quality of music programming that entertains, excites and inspires the Long Island community,...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Bachelor's degree , fine arts
    Queens College of the City University of New York
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"Call for Christine/Raoul" winners, Athena Margarites (Half Hollow Hills HS West) and Salvatore Valentinetti (Holy Trinity HS) with Karen M. Beluso, LIP Dir. of Education & Community Engagement; Franc D'Ambrosio and Stephen Belth, LIP Exec. Director.
(Left to right): Karen M. Beluso, LIP Dir. of Education & Community Engagement; Taylor Lynn Friedman (Great Neck South HS); Gabrielle Lowell (Great Neck South HS); Alexa Marie Johnson (Hicksville HS); Athena Margarites (Half Hollow Hills HS West); Franc D'Ambrosio; Megan Viglione (Rocky Point HS); Salvatore Valentinetti (Holy Trinity HS); Joseph Smaldino (St. John the Baptist Diocesan HS); and Stephen Belth, LIP Exec. Director.
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Call or e-mail Stephen Belth, Founder and Director for a free consultation.
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Stephen Belth, AMN Founder and Lead Consultant, is a frequent speaker and workshop leader for professional seminars around the country. He offers service organizations, arts councils, and training planners the following workshops and seminars:
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Stephen Belth
Director and Lead Consultant
Stephen Belth has developed literally hundreds of audience acquisition and retention campaigns for cultural institutions throughout the United States. With expertise in direct marketing, market research, interactive and e-promotion, graphic design, and strategic planning, his programs have delivered millions of dollars in ticket sales and membership revenue and have helped orchestras, performing arts organizations, and museums dramatically increase their audiences.
In 1998, Belth founded Arts Marketing Network. His client roster has been highlighted by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Seattle's ACT Theatre, Live From Lincoln Center, the Brookfield (IL) Zoo, the John G. Shedd Aquarium, KUOW-FM, Seattle's Public Radio station, Indiana University, Arts Administration Program, IU Auditorium, Tanglewood, Ravinia, and the Cleveland Orchestra, among others.
Prior to founding AMN, Belth held the position of Vice President for Marketing and Communications for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra from 1995-1998. While there, he supervised all promotion, brand identity, graphics, and communications of this 107-year-old company, during which annual sales revenue grew from $15 million to nearly $23 million.
Belth provided input to the CSO on program concepts, packaging, design, and pricing as part of his management duties, and helped develop the new graphic identity program adopted by the Orchestra. He successfully developed awareness strategies and tasks leading toward the opening of the $113 million renovation and expansion of Symphony Center in October 1997, and assumed the management of the Symphony Store, the CSO's merchandising outlet, which quadrupled sales in the first year of Belth's supervision. His other duties included supervision of market research, creation of sales forecasts, and the development and management of departmental budgets.
Prior to his work at the CSO, Belth was Senior Director of Marketing and Communications for the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Hollywood Bowl, a $40 million-a-year institution, credited with the most individual tickets sold of any major orchestra. Among his campaign highlights were "Philharmonic Style," a program designed to attract younger audiences to concertgoing, and "The Pool Circle," a Hollywood Bowl value-added subscription program which created a platinum circle among the Bowl's already affluent subscribers. He also was responsible for the marketing campaign launching Esa-Pekka Salonen as music director, and introducing the brand identity concept for the future Walt Disney Concert Hall.
In the decade before going to the LA Philharmonic, Belth was President and Founder of Arts and Science Development Service, Inc., a unique service company, providing database marketing to more than 300 hundred arts and cultural institutions nationally (ASDS). Based in New York, ASDS clients included the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Center at Brooklyn College, Carnegie Institute, the Detroit Institute of Art, the Boston Ballet, the San Francisco Ballet, the Denver Art Museum, the Field Museum, the LA County Museum of Art, Michigan Opera Theater, LA Opera, and the Handel and Haydn Society of Boston.
Belth holds a Bachelor's degree in fine arts from Queens College of the City University of New York.
Belth currently serves on the Steering Committee of the National Arts Marketing Project of Americans for the Arts, sponsored by American Express Company. He has presented seminars in performing arts marketing for the League of American Orchestras (formerly American Symphony Orchestra League,) Indiana University, University of Chicago, and the Arts and Business Council of Chicago and is a frequent speaker at marketing conferences and trade shows. He has taught marketing at Columbia College, Chicago, has published several articles on marketing, and is currently working on a book on audience development.
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Almost all AMN's projects have been managed and supervised by AMN's Lead Consultant, Stephen Belth. In addition to his clients' research, Belth, while senior marketing director for the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Chicago Symphony, respectively between 1990 and 1999, directly led all market research for these major performing arts institutions.
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