- Concerto Competition
Orchestral Studies Administrator
Adriana Ramírez Mirabal provides administrative support to the Stanford Symphony Orchestra, Stanford Philharmonia, and the Director of Orchestral Studies, Paul Phillips. Duties include scheduling auditions, facilitating rehearsals and performances, maintaining the orchestra library, ordering musical scores, and contracting additional performers. She also manages additional projects such as the Summer Symphony, Orchestra Retreats, and the annual Concerto Competition.
Adriana, a native of Panama, is a lawyer, arts administrator, and violinist. After completing her Music Business studies at UCLA, she relocated to the Bay Area, where she became Concert Manager for the Pacific Boychoir, House Manager at Music@Menlo, and Orchestra Studies Administrator at Stanford University. More recently, she has also become the Operations Director for Awesome Orchestra.
From 2003 to 2015, Adriana was a violinist in the Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Panamá. Her musical and administrative background has provided her with opportunities to work with artists such as Philip Glass and Gustavo Dudamel, and with organizations such as the San Francisco Symphony, New West Symphony, and Teatro Real in Madrid, Spain.
Adriana founded Panama Sinfonico, a project she produces in which the Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Panamá performs benefit concerts whose revenues support a variety of music programs in Panama.
Phone: (650) 725-2694
Office: Braun 110A