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    J.W. Pepper announces new Orchestra Editor

    Exton, PA – J.W. Pepper is pleased to announce a new addition to the company’s editorial department. Kathryn Griesinger has been named Orchestra Editor for J.W. Pepper and Wingert-Jones Publications. In Kathryn’s role as Orchestra Editor, she will be responsible for picking new music for promotion in catalogs and Editors’ Choice. Additionally, she will edit and select new music for publication.

    “We are thrilled to have Kathryn as part of our team,” says Ian McLoughlin, Manager, Instrumental Product Sales & Product Development. “Kathryn knows what teachers need to be successful because of her time spent in the classroom, and Pepper will continue to recommend the best of what the industry has to offer with Kathryn as our new Orchestra Editor.”

    Kathryn’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music (Cello) and a Master of Music degree in Music Education from The University of Akron, OH. She brings her 13 years of classroom experience teaching orchestra and her valuable experience as a published composer to her new role with Pepper.

    For more information about this press release, contact Mary Rogelstad at 610-648-0500 x2267 or mrogelst@jwpepper.com.


    About J.W. Pepper & Son, Inc. Founded in 1876, J.W. Pepper & Son, Inc. is the largest sheet music retailer in the world. Pepper recently celebrated its 140th anniversary, honoring 14 decades of customer service and devotion to music and music education. In addition to providing music accessories, various music software products, and music for state contests and music festivals, Pepper also offers choral, band, orchestra, church, classroom, instrumental, piano, and vocal music to directors, teachers, and other professional musicians around the world. The company provides its products and services through its 12 stores across the U.S. and online.

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