|Session Date||Start Time||End Time||Attachments|
|Wednesday, June 19, 2013||11:15 am||12:30 pm|
Orchestras often look to smaller, younger, more flexible and innovative orchestral ensembles for inspiration. Likewise, many of these newer ensembles wish for the advantages of staff, a regular venue, legacy, and access to resources. Even with the common ground of vibrant music-making, we can all be a bit green with envy at times thinking of the advantages of both situations. So the question becomes: What can we learn from these new organizations, and what might they learn from us?
Amy Garapic, co-executive director, Contemporaneous; Beth Perdue Outland, vice president, community engagement and strategic innovation, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra; Jen Richards, managing director; eighth blackbird; Julia Rubio, executive director, Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra; Norman Ryan, vice president, composers & repertoire, Schott Music Corporation & European American Distributors Company