August 2007
Billboard;8/4/2007, Vol. 119 Issue 31, p65
Trade Publication
The article presents news items and employment changes related to the music industry. New York's Amathus Music has named Chris Panaghi , the company's former A&R director to the position of managing director. Classical music publisher Boosey & Hawkes appointed David Hockman as nonexecutive director. M.P.I. Talent Agency hired Nanci Stevens as a talent agent.


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