Brian RichardsExecutive Director
Richards joined MTM as a member of the Board of Trustees in 2004, holding positions of President, Vice President and Board Member at Large. His experience both within the music organization and the community and his passion for music we the incentive for his hire as the Executive Director in 2008. Prior to his involvement with Mountain Town Music, Richards served on the inaugural board of the Park City Film Series, was a High School softball coach from 2000 - 2005. He originally moved to Park City from New York to open up an independent music shop - Orion's Music, which he owned and operated for 13 years. He lives in Park City with his son Jack, his wife Mary and their fur babies Viktor & Kalvin. Brian enjoys long sunset hikes in the mountains, spoken word poetry, warm baths and hot air balloon rides.
Bill WilsonPast President
Bill joined the Mountain Town Music team in November 2016 as the Secretary and became the Vice Chair / Secretary in November 2018. In November 2019 Bill became the Board President.
Bill truly enjoys the opportunity to cultivate the live music scene in Summit County and to support an organization that brings so much joy to this amazing community. Bill resides in Silver Creek with his wife Christy, daughter Cayenne and son Rowan; They enjoy skiing, mountain biking, rafting, horseback riding fishing, hunting and most of all – Live Music!
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Will Hodgman is a global executive and successful entrepreneur. He founded, built, sold and managed analytics companies that represent the benchmarks in the media research industry (AdRelevance, M:Metrics, Hitwise, Nielsen and Comscore).
Will’s career has been built on seeing early business opportunity gaps, starting companies to fill those holes, raising growth capital, and rewarding investors and employees with the sale of those companies.
In June 2019, Will and Carol returned from the United Kingdom to live full-time in Park City. Though retired, Will is still involved in for-profit opportunities as an investor and advisor. He is currently involved with Stream Metrics, Inc. (http://streamingmetrics.gg), a TV measurement company reporting on viewership of eSports and other streaming content.
On the non-profit front, Will is a long-time board director of Insight Garden Program (http://insightgardenprogram.org/), a non-profit that rehabilitates inmates through organic gardening. Locally, along with his board position on Mountain Town Music, Will is on the board of Mountain Trails Foundation and Summit Land Conservancy.
In closing, though many claim the Grateful Dead Cornell Barton Hall show on May 8, 1977 as the greatest ever, I disagree. The greatest, in my humble opinion, is Cincinnati Gardens on December 4, 1973. Just saying…
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Al ModrovskyBoard Member
Al is a retired former Senior Executive of L3 Communications Systems West. He helped L3 CSW grow from a $200M company to a $1.2B company over the 20+ years he worked there. At various times, he was responsible for the company's Strategy, Research & Development and Business Development. He has Electrical and Computer Engineering degrees from Clarkson University and Syracuse University. He enjoys golfing, skiing, hockey, biking and camping. He and his wife, Debbie have made Park City home since 1996. They have two awesome children, Daniel and Alison.
Allison McKinnonBoard Member
My love of music started at a very young age. I was only about 12 at the time and I remember putting together a cassette tape for my sisters who were going on a cross country driving trip. I spent many hours in my bedroom going through song after song to choose just the right ones.
Fast forward...before the pandemic, my husband (who’s a drummer) and I would average about
50 concerts a year at all different types of venues. I have to have music playing in everything I
do...skiing, paddle boarding, driving, etc. I became a tambourinist a few years ago and have
been very lucky to be called up on stage multiple times here in Park City.
We moved here in 2016 from Connecticut to be closer to my daughter as she trained on the U.S
Ski Team only to become an Olympian in the crazy sport of Aerials. She has since retired and
moved to Denver to start her own company, but we love it here so much that this is our
I started volunteering for Mountain Town Music about 2 ½ years ago and just love the people
and, of course, the music.
Anna joined the Mountain Town Music board as Secretary in the Summer of 2020. This position combines her love of language and her love of music. Anna moved to Park City in the Summer of 2012 from Jupiter, Florida. Before that she lived in Fort Collins, Colorado, where she received her English degree from Colorado State University. Anna loves to ski and hike in our beautiful mountains with her husband Todd, two kids Calvin and Max, and dog Buddha. She feels like giving back to this wonderful community by supporting this organization is an honor and a privilege.
Chris GainesBoard Member
Chris Gaines is a marketing/engagement professional who appreciates how music enhances all aspects of our daily lives.
We moved out to Park City five years ago from Boulder County, CO and one of the first organizations we came across in Park City was Mountain Town Music. Where else can you find a beautiful setting where parents can enjoy free live music while enjoying adult libations and kids can play outside with their friends? Every summer we schedule our lives around the concerts and enjoy listening to the incredible bands that MTM books while exploring the venues around Summit County.
Professionally I have a BSBA from CU-Boulder and a MBA from Denver University. I have been able to grow revenues, build engagement, and increase loyalty in the restaurant, casino, healthcare, and financial services industries.
I have an amazing wife, am the father of two elementary aged boys, and a husky. You’ll see me out there coaching their soccer teams or running around Park City trying to match my dependents energy levels. During winter I’ll snowboard, skin up mountains, and enjoy the cool crisp air. During summer I’ll be out there golfing, playing soccer, mountain biking, and hiking.
Music has always been a north star in life. Whether it was going to classic rock/alternative concerts with my parents growing up, listening to music to get amped up or chill out, or finding new artists music is such an incredible gift. Over the last year I have enjoyed Greensky Bluegrass and Railroard Earth at Red Rocks, The Lumineers at Maverick, and Roger Watters at Vivint.
I look forward to helping MTM with their marketing & membership programs and helping out wherever I can to help more people in the community find their groove.
Mike DufnerBoard Member
Born and raised in Illinois, husband & father of 3, outdoor enthusiast and of course, music lover. My wife Angie is an administrator in the PC School District and our children range in age from graduating college to finishing HS in Park City. Music has been a part of life from as far back as I can remember and continues to be a part of most everything I do today. Early memories of drawing album covers while listening to my parents albums through the headphones for hours set the stage for a lifelong affair with music of all genres. This soundtrack spans hundreds of concerts from old school country to classic rock and metal to jam bands and bluegrass. Today almost all my hobbies include music of some kind. Mountain biking, skiing, and cooking are some of my favorite activities to combine with music. Fly fishing is one of the few things I enjoy where the music from the river overrides anything from the headphones.
A career in finance and this musical affair set the stage for engaging with MTM in 2022 when I joined the Finance Committee and then the Board of Directors. It doesn’t get much better than combining something I love with something I’m good at! 30+ professional years included public accounting, positions as Tax Director of a large privately held business, CFO of several outdoor industry companies and now a private consulting practice where we provide fractional CFO services to local businesses and NFP organizations.
Paul GruberVice President
Paul moved to Park City from New Hampshire’s White Mountains in the spring of 1995 to work for the Park City Mountain Resort and ski for a winter. The community created by the local music scene and the outdoor lifestyle helped make Park City home! Skiing, mountain biking and road biking keep him busy when he’s not enjoying the vibes created by Mountain Town Music.
Paul joined the Mountain Town Music Board of Directors in December of 2019, and is currently Membership Committee Chair. Paul runs the Competition Services Department for Park City Mountain, and brings 25 years of event production experience to the Mountain Town Music community.
Vic PetriBoard Member
“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” ― Plato
For me, it's hard to imagine life without music. It is part of the rhythm of my life. If I am not actually 'listening' to music, I am still hearing it in my head and feeling it in my bones. Like many young boys, I wanted to play guitar and write rock songs about teenage angst. But as the realities of career, marriage and family kicked in, the guitar became dusty and the fingers grew soft. But throughout the years, music has always been there, providing the "the soundtrack of my life" (Dick Clark). In 2020 I retired from PwC in Boston after 30+ years and decided with my wife to buy a house in the Park City area and start Version 2.0 of life.
What does Version 2.0 look like? When I'm not skiing, biking or hiking in the great Utah outdoors, I am an advisor, investor and board member to companies and a coach to individuals and executives. Because it has given so much to me over my life, I wanted to give something back to music. I joined the board of Mountain Town Music to help continue its mission of bringing quality live music to the community. More than ever, our well being as individuals and as a community is threatened by the challenges and pressures of today's world. Music has the ability to heal, and we need that today, more than ever.
"Let's dance" - David Bowie