Founded in 2010, the mission of the A440 Arts Group is to help performing artists and arts organizations to realize their full potential.
Our clients include both established and rising composers, musicians, chamber groups, orchestras, record labels, and arts venues in the US and Canada. With impeccable attention to detail, we provide a wide range of affordable services, including marketing and media development, public relations, artist management, strategic planning, board development, fundraising, and more.
PAULA MLYN is a classically-trained composer with 20 years of professional experience in classical music marketing, media, public relations, and classical concert and recording planning and production. She has previously worked as Manager of Press and Media, North America, for Naxos of America, Managing Editor, DRAM, for New World Records (including being the editor of DRAM, the company’s streaming subscription service), and Chief Publicist for The Juilliard School. Paula has extensive contacts throughout the international cultural media. Paula’s music has been performed in many venues throughout New York including Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, the Kosciusko Foundation, Trinity Church’s “Concerts at One” series, and as part of at The Cornelia Street Café’s “The Songwriter’s Beat,” and on radio. She has been a member of ASCAP since 1992.
R. LEE STREBY is a classically trained violinist with 24 years of professional experience in management, marketing, fundraising, consulting, and education. Lee has held several diverse positions in the arts industry, including Marketing Associate for the Mark Morris Dance Group in New York, Director of Programming, Marketing, and Development for the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts in Columbus, Georgia, and President of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra from 2003-2008. Lee holds a masters degree in performing arts administration from New York University. He currently serves as President of the South Bend Youth Symphony Orchestras' board of directors, and a founding member and Treasurer of Ultreia, Inc., a nonprofit arts incubator, presenter, and arts education organization at LangLab South Bend.