George Ullman

George Ullmann directed the Boosey & Hawks Canadian operation for several decades beginning in the 1970s. It was during those early days of expanding the Canadian music market that George began serving on the Musical Instrument Association of Canada’s Board (MIAC). While George served as president of MIAC the association enjoyed a growth in members both domestic and foreign as well as the launch of several educational initiatives. After Boosey & Hawks closed their Canadian distribution, George formed his own company, Counterpoint Musical Service.  

Interview Date:
August 27, 2007
Job Title:
President
Company:
Counterpoint Musical Services

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