Concord Music announces today that it has promoted four of its executives to the position of Vice President.

“It’s always a pleasure to be able to recognize members of our global team for the significant contributions that they’ve made to the growth and success of Concord Music,” says CEO Scott Pascucci. “In all, twenty-five members of our staff were promoted this year- all of whom will flourish in their new roles and make this company successful in the years to come. Special congratulations to our four new Vice Presidents!” The new VPs are:

Hazel Malit, Vice President of Accounting, Recorded Music, Beverly Hills
Previously Senior Director, Financial Reporting – Hazel has been with Concord Music for seven years and has advanced in various roles within the finance department. Prior to her recent promotion, Hazel was the Senior Director of Financial Reporting. In her new position, she will be responsible for all accounting and financial reporting for Recorded Music at Concord.

Elysha Miracle, Vice President, Data Rights Management, Nashville
Previously Senior Director, Data Rights Management – Elysha joined Concord Music in 2017, in response to the growing number of catalog acquisitions made in recent years, working to find, manage and maintain all metadata associated with any owned master recording. In her new role, Elysha will continue to oversee the transition of newly acquired label catalogs, correctly directing their income, investigating variances and providing complete and accurate data to our service partners.

Julie Porter, Vice President, Recorded Music FP&A, Beverly Hills
Previously Senior Director, Accounting – Julie has been with Concord for ten years. She brings a wide range of experience and insight in budgeting, model design, financial reporting, full cycle accounting and process design to the position. Prior to joining Concord, she held positions at Level Four Business Management and Sobul Primes & Schenkel.

Angelo Scrobe, Vice President, Promotion, Beverly Hills
Previously Senior Director, Promotion – In his new role, Angelo will help navigate all radio format promotions and work directly with Jill Weindorf to develop and execute multi-format campaigns. Prior to joining Concord Music in 2014, Scrobe spent over 12 years in the music business handling key radio promotion and marketing strategies on a national and local level at Artemis Records, Capitol Music Group/EMI Music and Universal Music along with independent promotion firm and trade publication, Pellegrino Entertainment GroupĀ and Street Information Network. Angelo has accrued multiple achievement awards for his work, including recognition from Friday Morning Quarterback and Radio Contraband.