The ECM Team is a dynamic group of CU College of Music faculty, staff, and students from across the college and disciplines who serve the CU music community and beyond through course facilitation and certificate programs, career development through workshops and internship opportunities, and interdisciplinary projects with the local community.

 

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Kathryn Bistodeau

Communications and Program Assistant
Entrepreneurship Center for Music
Communications + Program Assistant Kathryn Bistodeau joined the College of Music’s communications and financial services teams in 2022. She works closely with the Entrepreneurship Center for Music and the American Music Research Center, and supports the college’s overall communications priorities. For the ECM, she handles social media, website editing, and various administrative support. Bistodeau is an alumna of the CU Boulder College of Media, Communication + Information.
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Marilyn Brock

Interim Director
Entrepreneurship Center for Music
As a musician, educator, researcher and entrepreneur, Marilyn Brock bridges multiple disciplines and combines her expertise in music and business to spark dialogues and innovation in today’s music world. Currently the sabbatical replacement for Jeffrey Nytch at the University of Colorado Boulder College of Music’s Entrepreneurship Center for Music, Brock also holds an adjunct faculty position teaching arts entrepreneurship at the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business where she...
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Cameron Holt

CU Gigs Coordinator
Entrepreneurship Center for Music
Cam Holt hails from California’s beautiful Central Coast. In 2013, he attended the University of Southern California’s Thornton School of Music in pursuit of a BM in tuba performance while studying under Jim Self, Norman Pearson and Doug Tornquist. He would later return for graduate studies in 2018 and is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Musical Arts at the CU Boulder College of Music under the instruction of Mike Dunn...
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Jeffrey Nytch

Director
Entrepreneurship Center for Music
Jeffrey Nytch (he/him) has built a diverse career as a composer, educator, performer, and thought leader in arts entrepreneurship. In addition to nearly 30 years as a professional musician, he has also run a small business, performed as a voice actor, and served six seasons as Executive Director of The Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble (“PNME ”), one of the nation’s premiere new music ensembles. In 2009, he joined the faculty...