Sherman & Howard attorney elected president of jazz board
Jazz in Arizona, which owns The Nash, a Roosevelt Row jazz performance venue, elected Bryan Albue to president of its Board of Directors. Albue is a Commercial Litigation attorney at the law firm of Sherman & Howard L.L.C.
The Nash provides young people with a forum to express their creativity, hone their skills and practice core values that inform their lives beyond music. The organization receives wide recognition for its effectiveness in promoting America’s cultural music and cultivating the next generation of jazz musicians and audiences.
“Bryan has been a tireless advocate for Jazz in AZ and we are excited he is our new president,” says Joel Goldenthal, the executive director of Jazz in Arizona. “Bryan brings significant hands-on board experience to his new role as president — with an emphasis on fundraising to sustain The Nash, messaging to communicate its unique community value, and board development to enhance the organization’s overall capacity.”
“I am proud to serve as President of Jazz in Arizona, says Albue. “Music has always been very special to me since my grandmother taught me to play the piano at age five.”
Bryan studied classical music and jazz and played trombone in junior high school.
Albue has been on the Board of Directors at Jazz in AZ since 2014. He has also been on the Board of Directors of the Arizona Humane Society since 2015. He has volunteered for the Animal Rescue Foster Program, Maricopa County Animal Care & Control since 2002. Albue has been a judge at the state, regional and national levels for the Arizona High School Mock Trial Program since 2002. He has served as membership chair for the Phoenix Community Alliance’s Executive Committee since 2015 and has recently joined the Arizona Association of Economic Development’s membership committee.
As an attorney, Bryan represents businesses in a wide range of matters including judicial and non-judicial foreclosures, receiverships and replevin actions, workouts, bankruptcies, short sales, deeds in lieu, lessors and lessees in forcible detainer and rent collection actions.