Pittsburgh Opera has had a few staff changes in the last several months, most of them taking place in the development department, said general director Christopher Hahn.
Kathleen Iducovich, who as associate director of development was responsible for individual giving, left to become director of major giving at 90.5 WESA. She has been replaced by Charlotte Enflo, who previously worked at the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh. Allison R. Hall came on board as individual giving and data associate, replacing Harmony Hodges, and the department added one staffer, Kelsey Patsch, manager of corporate development.
Cynthia N. McCormick, director of development and external affairs, is on medical leave. Working in her stead is co-director of development and external affairs Kathleen Butera, who has experience working at several professional orchestras, including the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony and Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Former music administrator Christopher Powell left the company to become director of administration and community engagement at the Glimmerglass Festival in Cooperstown, N.Y. His replacement is Robert Boldin, who previously worked at Houston Grand Opera.