For over 25 years, Charles Letourneau has produced several of the most successful performing arts projects in the business.
Originally from Ottawa, Canada, Letourneau studied violin at the Moscow Conservatory and Yale University before moving to New York and embarking on a versatile career as an executive for Young Concert Artists, Columbia Artists, and IMG. In 2015, he founded his own company.
With an international/multi-lingual toolkit that includes financial planning, technical operations, programming, fundraising, marketing, strategic partnerships, artist relations, educational programs, and in-depth knowledge of classical music, Letourneau has been instrumental in creating and producing events that move the needle on a global level, including Tokyo’s Mostly Mozart Festival, Itzhak Perlman’s "Return to Russia" concerts, Thomas Hampson’s "Song of America" tour, Italy’s Tuscan Sun Festival and Florida’s Festival of the Arts Boca. The renowned Festival Napa Valley, which Letourneau co-founded in 2006, remains the artistic/commercial blueprint for regional event organizers and investors worldwide.