Del Mar resident joins board of La Jolla Symphony & Chorus

Pat Finn produces the KPBS Roundtable airing on radio and TV. Courtesy photo

Pat Finn of Del Mar has joined the board of directors of the La Jolla Symphony & Chorus, along with Brian Schottlaender of Mission Hills.

Finn produces the KPBS Roundtable, a news analysis program airing weekly on both KPBS Radio and TV. After joining KPBS in 1979 from KCET in Los Angeles, she held a variety of positions, including director of advertising and promotion, program director and director of broadcasting. She produced many segments and programs on local history and the arts and was executive producer for the documentary “Los Romeros: The Royal Family of the Guitar,” which aired nationally on PBS.

Schottlaender has been the Audrey Geisel University Librarian at UCSD since 1999, and is one of the most prominent leaders in the academic library world.

“Pat Finn and Brian Schottlaender have been long-time subscribers and enthusiastic supporters of La Jolla Symphony & Chorus,” said Stephen L. March, Board President. “Their exceptional skills and deep understanding of the non-profit arena are great additions to our Board capabilities.”

The La Jolla Symphony & Chorus, San Diego’s nationally recognized community orchestra and chorus, is a non-profit musical performing group dedicated to inspiring San Diego with the joy of music. Its 110-person orchestra and 120-voice chorus perform groundbreaking orchestral and choral music along with traditional favorites from the classical repertoire.