Alumni Update: Andrew Recinos

Andrew Recinos

Andrew Recinos (MAAA ’95) is the Executive Vice President of the Tessitura Network, providing oversight for consulting, community and support. Tessitura Network provides products and services that enable arts and cultural organizations around the world to operate more efficiently. Tessitura Software is the flagship product of the Tessitura Network and provides a unified platform for all departments within an organization to manage customer relationships, ticketing, marketing, subscriptions, fundraising, memberships, reporting and Web transactions. More than 450 theaters, orchestras, performing arts centers, university arts departments, museums, festivals, dance and opera companies are members of the Tessitura Network.

Andrew also serves on Tessitura’s Technology Project Leadership Team and is a frequent presenter at national and international conferences in arts, culture and technology sectors. Prior to working with Tessitura, Andrew was Managing Director of Products for Jacobson Consulting Applications, Inc. (JCA) a New York based technology consulting agency working solely with non-profit organizations. In his nine years at JCA, Andrew led more than 40 Tessitura implementation projects. He subsequently managed the JCA Products group, responsible for the development, implementation and support of a variety of business intelligence applications for arts, cultural, fundraising and attractions sectors. Prior to joining JCA, Andrew worked for Carnegie Hall in New York City.  During his eight years there, Andrew held a variety of roles, including Director of the Friends of Carnegie Hall and Head of Systems for Development.

Last fall semester Andrew returned to campus to speak with IU Arts Administration students about Tessitura and careers in arts administration. He plans to continue his relationship with us by providing Tessitura workshops for our students. Andrew also holds a Bachelor of Music Composition from Indiana University.  He lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife Peg and daughter Caroline.

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