To make the world a better place, Tikun Olam.
Marilyn Gilbert embraces change with a roster of musicians whose work challenges all boundaries and promotes diversity. MGAM partners with artists who reach beyond the stage and who create community. We are dedicated to working closely with presenters to develop programmes that transcend the concert hall and foster a better understanding and openness between people. Marilyn has been in the business for 42 years and has worked internationally.
Originally a professional violinist and folk guitarist who performed at Carnegie Hall in NYC and who attend the music school at Tanglewood, Marilyn is now a virtuoso on the computer and phone. Marilyn has been active in politics since she was a teenager. Heavily involved in the civil rights movement, LGBTQ+ issues and other progressive causes she dedicates her work in the music world to continuing these struggles.
Naomi Rae Estreicher has been updating webpages, flyers and brochures for MGAM since 2013. She has had the great pleasure of representing our artists in Toronto and Vancouver conferences and brings her deep appreciation and knowledge of the arts to her graphic design and creative skills.