Our Directors

Dimitrie Leivici – Founding Director, EU & USA

Dimitrie J. Leivici studied at the Vienna Conservatory and the University of Vienna, where he graduated with his Diploma in 1976. Enthusiastic Reviews in Austria, where at the age of 17 he already performed concerti by Paganini and Wieniawsky, were proof of his musicality and capabilities as a musician. After his graduation, he moved to the USA and continued his solo career beginning in Los Angeles.

Subsequent concert tours with violin concerti by Beethoven, Sibelius and Tschaikovsky led him throughout Europe, including solo performances with leading orchestras such as the London Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic and the Rumanian Philharmonic as well as numerous appearances throughout the continent of North America (San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver, Washington, D.C.).

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Lilo Bellotto – Founding Director EU

Lilo Bellotto ´s passion revolves around music and the arts. She completed her studies in Classical Ballet, Classical Piano and has had extensive vocal training.During her stage career, she was featured in leading roles at the»Theater an der Wien« and »Theater des Westens« Berlin, in productions of »Fiddler on the Roof«, »No No Nanette«, »Cats«, etc.

She appeared during the festival »Wiener Festwochen« as the female lead in the well known play by Neil Simon »They are playing our Song« along side the actor Klaus Wildbolz, additional engagements include performances at the Theater in der Josefstadt.
Having been involved with music and the arts throughout her life and due to the fact that her father was the renowned artist agent Rudolf Raab, she is very familiar with this genre in general.

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Joanne Leivici – Administrative manager USA

Joanne Leivici was a semi-professional musician who studied the violin with Manuel Compinsky, Endre Granat and Mehli Mehta.  

Her professional career took her in a different direction into accounting and finance and financial analysis with a large corporation formerly known as TRW and later, Experian.  She has an appreciation for the mission of Hollywood Music Workshop USA and is an important component of its operations.

Scott Hosfeld – Co-Director, USA

Arts administrator, entrepreneur, violist/violinist, chamber musician, conductor, and educator Scott Coulston Hosfeld is known as an innovator who brings the highest-level performance of classical music to newsettings and new audiences. He is currently Festival Producer and General Manager of Classical Tahoe; an annual festival held each summer in Incline Village Nevada. The festival features a one-week intensive
Brubeck Jazz Summit and three weeks of spectacular classical music programs with some of the finest orchestral players in North America and Europe. He has founded and sustained youth orchestras, chamber music organizations and arts institutions in five states, with particular emphasis on musical performance and education programs. Equally at home on the classical stage and the sound stage, his career is a blueprint for next-generation artists navigating a changing professional landscape.

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Rolf Gustavson – Executive Administrator EU 


Rolf Gustavson is an orchestrator and composer based in Helsinki, Finland, who studies composition at the Sibelius-Academy. He‘s a versatile artist and hard working assistant, best known for his work with Finnish feature films.

He started his musical journey at the age of 11 playing punk rock music which turned into composition lessons and academic studies with focus on classical music.

Even though he’s majoring in classical composition, Rolf has gained more interest as a film composer and a film music orchestrator. He has worked on a handful of Nordic feature films such as Land of Hope, The Potato Venture and The Innocents.

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Michiel de Boer – Executive Manager EU 

Michiel de Boer is a dutch trumpet player and conductor graduated at the conservatories of Utrecht, Groningen and Amsterdam for his bachelor classical and jazz trumpet and master conducting.

 During his trumpet studies he played in several musical theatre shows like  42nd  Street, Titanic, Jesus Christ Super Star, Bubbling Brown Sugar and Soldier of Oranje. His vision and musicality led him to be Musical Director/Conductor of shows as A Christmas Carol, Cabaret, Sunset Boulevard, Urinetown and others.

In 2004 he received a scholarship to the Oberlin Conservatory to study with Roy Poper, Ken Larson and masterclasses of Malcolm McNabb. It was within this scholarship that his interest and love for film music was born as all of his teachers were active LA Studio players with over 300 recordings on their names.

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