“Patrick Chamberlain, VP of artistic planning at the New Jersey Symphony, is to be the next VP of artistic administration for the Aspen Music Festival and School,” writes Susan Elliott in Monday’s (3/14) Musical America (subscription required). “He succeeds Asadour Santourian, newly named as VP of the Boston Symphony’s Tanglewood Music Center & Learning. Chamberlain will report to Aspen President and CEO Alan Fletcher, working with Music Director Robert Spano, Aspen Opera Theater and VocalARTS Co-Artistic Directors Patrick Summers and Renée Fleming, and the artist-faculty. He is a former artist liaison at Aspen. ‘The opportunity to return to the place where my career began and give back some of what I’ve learned along the way is a dream come true,’ said Chamberlain. The Cornell University graduate was previously with the Baltimore Symphony. He has been at the New Jersey [Symphony] for six years, involved with commissions of works by Paquito D’Rivera, Steven Mackey, and Chen Yi, among others…. Chamberlain holds a BA in Science and Government. He starts in Colorado April 12.”