Performing Arts Management extends a warm welcome to our new artist manager, Stacey Christensen. Christensen joined BYU’s Performing Arts Management team in 2021. She holds a bachelor of arts in music with an emphasis in voice from BYU.
Christensen has worked in the performing arts industry for 25 years. Most significantly, she managed projects for a large nonprofit organization, Millennial Choirs & Orchestras (MCO). During her tenure with MCO, Christensen served as the managing director for the Utah locale, comprising over 900 musicians. Working with the founders and music directors, she managed projects across five states and assisted with the launch of MCO’s locale in Dallas, Texas, and a new chapter in Davis County, Utah. New Director of Performing Arts Management internationally.
Christensen’s expertise lies in organizing and directing largescale tours with a performance force of well over 1,500 people. She has managed and toured with MCO’s large casts at some of the finest venues in the United States, including Carnegie Hall, Meyerson Symphony Center, Segerstrom Center for the Arts, the Music Center at Strathmore, and BYU’s LaVell Edwards Stadium. Christensen’s broad experience includes concert production, organizational management, event planning, and VIP and community outreach.
Christensen has a passion for spreading the message of hope, faith, and goodness through the performing arts. She is excited to continue her work to uplift audiences worldwide with BYU’s performing groups. She currently manages the BYU Singers, International Folk Dance Ensemble, Men’s Chorus, Mountain Strings, and the Wind Symphony, and she is the liaison between Performing Arts Management and BYU’s School of Music.
Christensen and her husband, Chad, have six children.