Lynn Holland Joins Eastern CT Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors

New London, CT – Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra announced today that Lynn Holland has joined the Board of Directors.

Lynn is a Senior Medicare Compliance Officer at Aetna.  Prior to coming to Aetna in 2011, she was employed by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), an agency within the US Department of Health & Human Services.  Her focus at both Aetna and at CMS is Medicare’s health and prescription drug plan program.  She received her undergraduate degree in business from the University of Maryland, where she double majored in marketing and logistics.  She earned a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Baltimore with a focus in health care policy. Upon completion of her graduate work, Lynn joined CMS as a Presidential Management Fellow. Lynn recently moved to Mystic from Baltimore, Maryland. She is an avid music fan and began playing saxophone in elementary school, continuing to study privately as an undergraduate at UMD. She loves outdoor activities, such as road biking, hiking and spending time on the water with her wife, two young kids, and her pack of rescue dogs. 
Holland commented, “I am excited with the opportunity to serve as a board member of this gem of the Connecticut arts community.  I look forward to working with such a brilliant and talented organization. I am committed to working with all involved to ensure its continued success!”
Board President Bob Reed had the following statement: “I’m thrilled to welcome Lynn to the Board of the ECSO.  Lynn’s background in business, marketing and her enthusiasm for music brings much to the table and I look forward to working with her.”

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Escape and refresh with the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra! The ECSO performs 6 classical concerts from October to May at the Garde Arts Center in New London. The ECSO offers a range of affordable seating options from $62 to as low as $12 for attendance to one concert. New this season, the ECSO will offer those under 30 years of age $12 tickets in premium sections. Additionally, $12 rush tickets will be available the night of every concert to those under 30 and any active or retired military.
Music Director & Conductor Toshiyuki Shimada has programmed an exciting season showcasing the ECSO's critically acclaimed virtuosity and scope of repertoire ranging from Classical and Romantic-era favorites to newly composed, cutting-edge international works. Visit for more information and follow on Facebook at Founded in 1946, the mission of the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra is to perform high quality symphonic music and conduct educational outreach programs.