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AUTHOR: Nicholas A. Brown-Cáceres

Nicholas A. Brown-Cáceres is assistant chief of the Library’s Music Division. He recently served as acting Co-CEO (2022-2023) and COO for Communication and Outreach (2020-2023) at the Prince George’s County Memorial Library System, director of special productions and initiatives at Washington Performing Arts (2018-2019), and music specialist/concert producer (2012-2018) for the Library of Congress. Library Journal recognized his work in programming and community engagement with the 2021 Marketer of the Year and 2019 Mover & Shaker—Innovators awards. Brown is the founder and music director of The Irving Fine Society, a former Army Bandsman, and has performed in the U.S., Europe and Honduras. As a choral singer, Brown performed with the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, London Philharmonic Choir, London Symphony Chorus, and BBC Symphony Chorus. He holds an M.Mus in musicology from King’s College London, a M.S.L.I.S. in library and information studies from the Catholic University of America, and a B.A. in music (conducting performance) and history from Brandeis University. Brown is a past president of the DC Library Association and has served in leadership roles in the American Library Association’s Rainbow Roundtable.

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