Taylor Rambo, B.M. ’14, M.A. ’17

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Taylor Rambo, B.M. ’14, M.A. ’17, is a performing arts manager in Washington, D.C. with experience in arts administration, collaborative piano, fundraising, and live event production. He currently serves as the Major Gifts and Campaign Manager at Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater, a national center dedicated to American voices and artists, and a pioneer of the regional theater movement. At Arena Stage, he supports the organization’s capital campaign by engaging patrons to invest in the provocative, exhilarating theater and groundbreaking educational programs for all ages that Arena provides to nearly 300,000 audience members and 20,000 young people each year. He also serves on the steering committee of Emerging Arts Leaders DC, a volunteer-led collaborative that provides professional development, networking, and information resources relevant to emerging arts professionals in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area.

As a pianist, Taylor has performed in various live performances and recording projects, most notably as the former accompanist with musical theater cabaret LaTiDo Produtions, and as collaborator on Frost Alumnus Kyle Guffey’s (B.M. ’17) debut EP Good Mood, released in 2018.

Prior to joining the team at Arena Stage, Taylor served in various administrative and fundraising roles on the staff of The American Pops Orchestra, The Washington Ballet, and APAP, the Association of Performing Arts Professionals.