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(585) 450-3880 x505 | elong@fingerlakesopera.org

Elizabeth G. Long, who became the first administrative professional hired by FLO, began her tenure in March of 2019. She has fifteen years of management and fundraising experience. Prior to her position with FLO, Long served as Resource Development Coordinator for Main Street Alabama (MSA, Birmingham, AL), where she was responsible for management of its fundraising program. Long also has served as Grants Management Specialist with the Alabama Network of Children’s Advocacy Centers (Montgomery, AL), Executive Director of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra (OH) and Marketing/PR Manager of the Delaware Symphony Orchestra (DE). Long was born and raised in Emporia, KS, received her undergraduate degree from Northwestern University and went on to earn a graduate degree at the University of Cincinnati’s Conservatory of Music through their Arts Administration program.  She has been married to Curtis Long, currently the president of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, for 26 years.



(585) 450-3880 | kmarshall@fingerlakesopera.org

Kasi has her degree in Stage Direction and a myriad of management, design, and performance credits in the opera, theatre, and film industries, having worked on 14 stage productions last calendar year alone. Marshall first worked with FLO as the Costume Designer for our 2019 Young Artist Program production of JACK AND THE BEANSTALK. Since then, she has assumed numerous roles and responsibilities. In 2024 Marshall joined our twelve month staff as our Community Engagement & Operations Director, supporting our behind the scenes processes leading up to, during, and after the summer opera festival. She oversees community concerts/recitals, special events, as well as system development, and daily administrative tasks. During our summer productions she steps out of the office to be hands-on in production as our Assistant Director of Production and Props Master, roles she also embodied last summer culminating on our production of AIDA at the Rochester Auditorium Theatre. In addition to costuming, she was also the Stage Director for our 2023 Fall YAP Tour of GOLDIE B LOCKS & THE THREE SINGING BEARS, and she will again direct this fall's tour. 



(585) 450-3880 | rkearin@fingerlakesopera.org

Award winning soprano Rose Kearin is a native of Houston, Tx. She is an active recitalist, performer, and teacher. She is a soloist for Texas Master Chorale and Music Chez Moi. A finalist in many competitions, Rose Kearin was awarded second prize in the Lyra International Art Song Competition in 2022. Fall 2023, she was in Rochester, New York doing outreach for Finger Lakes Opera where she has been a returning young artist in the 2019, 2020, and 2021 seasons. Her recital schedule took her to Rochester, NY (2021, 2024) and Eureka Springs, AR, (2022)  as well as around Houston (2021, 2022, 2023, 2024). She has been a Young Artist with Opera in the Ozarks, Finger Lakes Opera, Singing is Sicily, and The Art Song Preservation Society of New York, to name a few. Rose was recently seen in Houston Gilbert and Sullivan Society’s production of The Pirates of Penzance

She recently branched out from her performing and teaching schedule to become part of Finger Lakes Opera’s administrative team as Media, Young Artists & Summer Festival Manager. 

She has her BM from Oberlin Conservatory and MM from The Eastman School of Music. 



 | rsteinmiller@fingerlakesopera.org

A senior executive experienced in operations leadership of nonprofit organizations and for-profit companies, Ronald Steinmiller has worked for many companies around the Rochester area, including Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Urban League of Rochester, and Rochester Sports Group. He began working with Finger Lakes Opera as Finance Manager in 2024 while still acting as Chief Financial Officer for Lavoro Group. He is active in the Rochester community having served as past President and Treasurer of the Gates-Chili Chamber of Commerce, as well as sitting on the Advisory Board for Monroe County School Business Partnership, acting as Head of Trustees and Chair of Endowment Committee for Gates Presbyterian Church, and member of the Community Forum Group in Churchville-Chili School District. Ronald also spent sixteen years as Coach, Board member and Division Director of Chili Soccer. He received his degree in Accounting from State University College at Oswego in Oswego, NY.