Marc Baylin has over twenty years of experience in artist management, presenting, and special event management. He has acted as facilitator on seven major commission projects involving the Library of Congress, Hancher Auditorium, the Lied Center of Kansas, composers Michael Daugherty, Anthony Davis, Joe Lovano, Mike Reid, and Julia Wolfe, and the ensembles Turtle Island Quartet, Ethos Percussion Group and the Bang on a Can All-Stars. The project with the Lied Center and Turtle Island Quartet yielded a 2006 Grammy award.
He has served on the review panel for the Southern Arts Federation “Meet the Composer” program, been a site visitor for the Philadelphia Dance Alliance, a panelist for the Arts Partners Program, and has been a guest panelist/speaker for the Southern Arts Exchange, Northeast Presenters Conference, Arts Midwest Conference, Western Arts Alliance Conference, Arts Presenters Conference, North Carolina Presenters Consortium, Chamber Music America Conference, Pennsylvania Presenters, at the University of Delaware, University of Richmond, Rowan College of New Jersey, University of Texas/Austin, and for the Virginia Governor’s School of the Arts.
Mr. Baylin consults in the areas of programming, artist-career development, and artist-manager-presenter relations. Recent consultations have been with the Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble, Dance Alloy, The Institute for Cultural Partnerships, and Pennsylvania Performing Arts on Tour.
He served as Concert Coordinator for a gala performance at the Kennedy Center featuring the National Symphony, Leonard Slatkin, and Janos Starker, celebrating the 1100th anniversary of Hungary, sponsored by the Hungarian Cultural Foundation and the Embassy of the Republic of Hungary.
He has served on the boards of Western Arts Alliance, Chamber Music America, and Pennsylvania Presenters and is a past President of NAPAMA.
Marc Baylin is a graduate of Connecticut College where he received a B.A. in History with a concentration in Music History. While at Connecticut College he served on the Concert & Artist Series committee, wrote for the newspaper and received the college’s Anna Lord Strauss Medal for Community Service. Prior to founding Baylin Artists Management, he worked eight seasons for Joanne Rile Management.