Susan Winthrop

Susan WinthropTitle: Music Producer

Company: Winthrop Productions

Location: White Plains, NY

White Plains, NY, July 18, 2011, Susan Winthrop, Music Producer for Winthrop Productions, has been recognized by Elite American Executives for dedication, achievements and leadership in music production.

For more than two decades, Ms. Winthrop has offered her expert ear to help express the musical vision of artists in the classical and jazz genres. She received formal training while attending the Manhattan School of Music for a Bachelor of Arts in music composition, which she went on to complement with a Master of Fine Arts at SUNY Purchase. Ms. Winthrop has maintained her high level of mastery through professional affiliations with numerous organizations, including the Audio Engineering Society, New York Women Composers, Inc., and American Composers.

Outside of her music production role, Ms. Winthrop also continues to perform. She currently plays the saxophone for Hot Lavender Swing, which performs at live events and offers recorded albums through iTunes, CDBaby.com and Amazon.com. In the past, she had the pleasure of playing the bass clarinet with The Westchester Symphonic Winds.

Furthermore, Ms. Winthrop is very active in athletics. A member of the National Women’s Baseball Hall of Fame, she coached women’s softball at New York University for nine years. She also founded the New York City Hardball Association, a nonprofit organization. Additionally, Ms. Winthrop holds membership to the Women’s Sports Foundation. In recognition of her athletic achievements over the years, she had the honor of throwing the first pitch for the First Ladies Day at the Brooklyn Cyclones Stadium. She continues to act as a volunteer coach at her local YWCA and through the Girls Interscholastic Athletic League.

Moving forward, Ms. Winthrop hopes to write for the orchestra and hear it on the stage, and produce more young artists.

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