This is the dedicated and forward-thinking group of people who plan, organize, and run The Princeton Festival every year. The Festival counts itself as fortunate to have such a talented group of professionals working behind the scenes – and sometimes in front of the footlights – to ensure the success of our endeavor.
Gregory Jon Geehern
Acting Artistic Director
Gregory Geehern, D.Mus., has served as assistant conductor and chorus master of Puccini’s Madama Butterfly and Beethoven’s Fidelio, among other Festival productions. Greg has been called a “gifted new presence” for his work with full choirs, opera choruses, and chamber ensembles.
Director of Marketing and Patron Experience
Andrew Hungate oversees all online and traditional marketing for the Festival, as well as ticket operations and technological support. Originally from Portland, OR, Andrew joined The Princeton Festival in 2017. He has also worked in publishing and as a book reviewer.
Austrian native Eva Kastner-Puschl joined the team in October 2018, combining her passion for music and performing arts with her management and leadership skills. When not dealing with numbers and emails, she can be seen in Festival productions and heard hosting podcasts.
Katie Elliott serves as the housing and hospitality coordinator, liaison for the education and community engagement programs, and member of the social media team, where she oversees and executes all organic social media. In addition to her admin work, she has enjoyed singing in TPF’s opera choruses for the past five seasons.
Eli Hollock is a CPA with over 10 years of experience in public and private accounting including commercial, government, non-profit, and financial institutions.