Symphony New Brunswick Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Moncton native Lynne Castonguay, B.Ps., M.A.Ps., LL.B., to its Board of Directors.
As Secretary-General of the Université de Moncton, Ms. Castonguay is a member of the senior executive team of the university and coordinates the activities of its senior governing bodies, the Board of Governors and the Academic Senate, as well as their standing committees.
Lynne Castonguay has been with the University de Moncton for the past 25 years. She worked as assistant director of the International Centre of Common Law at the Faculty of Law from 1994 to 2005, and was appointed to her present position in 2006. She has been a member of the New Brunswick bar since 1994.
A highly engaged member of her community, Ms. Castonguay served as treasurer and president of the Association of French language Jurists of New Brunswick, as a member of the Forum de concertation des organismes acadiens du Nouveau-Brunswick and as a member of the Commission on legislative democracy of New Brunswick. In April of 2014, she was appointed vice-president of the International Organisation of Secretaries-General of the Universities of the Francophonie (GISGUF) for a two-year term. Since 2015, she has been a member of the Board of the Canadian University Boards Association (CUBA).
Ms Castonguay is a member of the Voce dell’Anima Choir under the direction of Soprano Monette Gould. She is a former voice student of Sister Martine LeBlanc, n.d.s.c., a former member of the Young Acadian Singers and has studied piano and clarinet.
Symphony New Brunswick Inc. operates the Province’s only full-scale, full-season professional symphony orchestra as well as Camerata New Brunswick, a 20 member professional chamber orchestra. The Company also hosts the Saint John String Quartet and Ventus Machina of Moncton.