Sean Devine

Director of Development and Marketing

dev@susquehannachorale.org

Sean Devine’s career came full circle when he joined the Chorale as Director of Development and Marketing in the summer of 2021.  Inspired by his experience as a singer with the Susquehanna Youth Chorale, following high school he moved to California and embarked on a career of vocal ensemble performance, marketing, and development.

 

Between 2001 and 2008 he was a full-time vocalist with the professional ensemble The Alley Cats, where he got his first taste in arts management and marketing. He also founded The Westminster Chorus, an international award-winning barbershop harmony ensemble focused on youth, receiving a B.S. degree in Organizational Leadership during the same period.  

 

Sean has served as the Director of Development, Regional Director, and Planned Giving manager for Harmony Foundation International since 2008.  In 2015-2016 he served as the manager of a $9 million capital campaign for the Salvation Army in Harrisburg, and in that same year he founded Parkside Harmony, a 60-voice ensemble in Hershey, PA, where he oversees all aspects of its administration as President and Artistic Director.  Sean keeps a hand in performance as the lead singer with OC Times, a gold medalist barbershop quartet. 


“I am delighted that Sean Devine has re-joined our Susquehanna Chorale family, this time as a vital member of our staff.  His passion for the choral art and for the Susquehanna Chorale is an inspiration to all of us, and I look forward to the Chorale’s growth under his leadership as Director of Development and Marketing.” - Linda Tedford

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MOLLY MASSER

Molly Masser provides support for the Susquehanna Chorale’s artistic and operational activities, its concerts and special performances, and the Educational Outreach Program choirs for children and youth.


Ms. Masser has extensive experience as a high school music teacher, and a theater, choral, and band director. She recently retired from the Northern Lebanon School District. Throughout her career, she supervised all aspects of more than 30 drama and musical productions. She also conducted choral and band ensembles. In addition, Ms. Masser is accomplished on several instruments, with emphasis on piano and French horn.

 

Ms. Masser earned undergraduate and master’s degrees in music education from Lebanon Valley College.