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It’s Now or Never

(Donald Victor) Aaron and Abby Schroeder of A. Schroeder International LLC, a music publishing company, stand with Quincy Jones and unknown, in 1988.

Abby Schroeder is a crusader.

She was the top COO of A. Schroeder International LLC, created in
1960, that is known for innovative publishing practices and record production.

But her career in the recording industry didn’t come easy.

She worked hard for her accomplishments, to make her name known, and to catch the attention of the man she intended to marry, Aaron Schroeder.

And all of what Abby achieved in her career, was and continues to be, supported and backed by love.

On April 12 at 10:45 a.m., at the Hevreh of Southern Berkshire in Great Barrington, Abby will share her insights and recollections in her
talk titled “It’s Now or Never,” describing what drove her to be at the top level in the music industry in the 1950s and 1960s, and her work on the Berkshire culturals scene today.

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