Taylor Rambo is the incoming executive director of the Georgia Symphony Orchestra (GSO). A Marietta
native, Taylor brings vigorous energy, innovation and diverse performing arts management and
fundraising experience to his new role. Having previously served as the major gifts and campaign
manager with Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater in Washington, D.C., Taylor also has
held fundraising and staff positions with the American Pops Orchestra, the Washington Ballet and APAP,
the Association of Performing Arts Professionals. Prior to accepting his current position, he served as a
development consultant with the GSO.
Taylor earned a Bachelor of Music degree in music business and entertainment industries and a Master
of Arts degree in arts presenting and live entertainment management from the Frost School of Music at
the University of Miami. He also earned a Master of Business Administration degree from the Coles
College of Business at Kennesaw State University. He holds professional memberships with APAP, the
Association of Performing Arts Professionals and the Association of Fundraising Professionals and is an
alumnus of the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia national fraternal society in music.
In partnership with Timothy Verville, the GSO’s visionary music director, Taylor is tasked to grow the
organization on the national level, expand its artistic and educational presence both physically and
virtually, build new partnerships, and diversify and extend its patrons base and presence with an emphasis
on service to the underserved community.
Taylor assumes the executive director role effective July 1, 2021.