Meet Our Staff & Musicians
Tennesee Tech Faculty Musicians
School of Music at Tennessee Tech
Our performances are in partnership with the Tennessee Tech Department of Music. Links to the faculty musicians' pages can be accessed here. Full lists of our performers, faculty, students, and regional contract musicians are included in our program at each performance.
Rachel Wingo is a classical music enthusiast with a passion for performing arts. She has happilyfollowed a circuitous route to arts administration. A native of North Carolina, she holds aMaster’s Degree in Religion from Duke University and Master in Library in Information Sciencefrom the University of South Carolina. Rachel previously served on the Board of Directors of theBryan Symphony Orchestra, and was a past Office and Box Office Manager. She returns to theBSO as Executive Director after several years working in higher education, employed as aninstructor at Tennessee Technological University. Rachel is thrilled to serve the BSO and thewider Upper Cumberland community in this new role. Rachel enjoys spending time with herchildren and spouse, gardening, traveling, and getting lost in a book as often as she is able.
Director of Marketing & Patron Relations
Sara Deliberato Younglove
Sara Deliberato Younglove is a violinist, violinmaker, and all-around creative who loves the arts. A native of Ohio, Sara holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in violin performance from Bowling Green State University, and a Masters Certificate in Violin Making from The Chicago School of Violin Making. She has performed with many orchestras in the Tennessee community as well as in Ohio, Illinois, and Michigan. Sara has worked as a luthier at Seman Violins and Psarianos Violins prior to relocating to the area for her husbands’ faculty appointment at Tennessee Tech University. As a player and maker, Sara is dedicated to providing many forms of enrichment and education to the community through music. As the newly appointed director of marketing and patron relations, Sara looks forward to getting to know the patrons and community members of the greater Cookeville area and getting to know the BSO family. In her free time, Sara enjoys exploring the outdoors with her two Siberian Huskies, gardening, making soap, and loves to cook!
Anne Dickson Rogers
A Cincinnati native, Anne holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music (cum laude) from Miami University of Ohio. Anne joined the Nashville Opera team full time as the Artistic Administrator in April 2016 after serving as the organization’s Contractor for two seasons. Additionally, Anne is the Contractor for Intersection, a contemporary music ensemble artistically led by Kelly Corcoran as well as Contractor for Cookeville’s Bryan Symphony Orchestra. She is the former Director of Orchestra Personnel of the Nashville Symphony Orchestra, a post she held for over 12 seasons. Anne began her orchestral career as a Librarian Assistant for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Opera. In addition, Anne spent two seasons as the Production Manager with the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Maestro Keith Lockhart. Anne also served as the Orchestra Personnel Manager for the San Antonio Symphony. Anne is a certified PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship) International Instructor and teaches disabled children at both White Fawn Farm and Saddle Up! every Saturday. A Dickson country girl, she is a Predators cheerer, reining horse rider, F-150 truck driver, flower bed mulcher, anytime/anywhere traveler, obsessive book reader, country music listener and, most importantly, mom to Shively Jane, her best accomplishment yet!