Jacques Boudreau has worked with non-profit music organizations across New York since moving here in 2013. Starting at the Association for Cultural Equity, Alan Lomax’s group created to preserve indigenous folk music from around the world, it has been his goal to support unique and distinct musical voices. He has also worked as a development and production intern for International Contemporary Ensemble, a Development assistant at Symphony Space, and a music curator at The Tank. He feels especially connected to the diverse musical voices of National Sawdust because they reflect his own interests in avant-garde contemporary music. He graduated from Queens College with a Masters Degree in jazz composition in December, 2016, and earned his Bachelor at Hampshire College, where he studied music composition and ethnomusicology.