My Conference: Artistic Administrators

Constituency Liaison: Sam Orleans
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Wednesday, June 16th

11:00am-1:30pm   
Open Rehearsal for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra School of Composers Concert on Friday afternoon

Robert W. Woodruff Arts Center           
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Robert Spano, Conductor
Heidi Grant Murphy, soprano
eighth blackbird

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Shared with Conductors, Musicians, and Publishers

1:30pm-2:30pm   
Luncheon
Robert W. Woodruff Arts Center, Circle Room, 3rd Floor    

Lunch sponsored by Sciolino Artist Management

Robert Spano, music director, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; John Sparrow; vice president of orchestra initiatives and general manager, Atlanta Symphony

Shared with Conductors, Musicians, and Publishers

Thursday, June 17th

Meeting 3

10:45am-11:45am   

Digital Rights: Recording and Broadcast Agreements

The constantly changing world of electronic media distribution and consumption is mandating that orchestral music content creators – including conductors, soloists, musicians, agents, composers, and publishers – pursue collaborative, creative, and non-traditional ways to address rights, financial modeling, and product distribution. This session will frame different approaches to bringing the various groups together to set shared electronic media goals and strategies, and streamline processes for implementing the electronic media projects successfully.

Jonathan Brill, executive vice president, manager, artists and conductors, Opus 3 Artists; Joe Kluger, electronic media consultant; Robert Levine, principal viola, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra; John Sparrow, vice president of orchestra initiatives and general manager, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

Session shared with Conductors, Musicians, General Managers, Operations, Artist Managers, and Publishers

Meeting 4

11:45am-12:45pm    

Roundtables

Roundtable discussions afford you the opportunity to address the issues that are top-of-mind for you.  Among the topics that might be explored are:
• Antitrust
• Music Director Searches
• Assistant Conductor roles and search procedures
• Concertmaster searches
• Other

John Sparrow, vice president of orchestra initiatives and general manager, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

Friday, June 18th

Meeting 5

12:15pm-1:15pm   

Partnerships Among Composers and Orchestras: Programming Strategies for Engaging Composers and New Music
   
Following on the heels of “The Atlanta School” perspective and organized in conjunction with League Publisher members, this session will further explore the partnerships forged between composers, conductors and orchestras through effective residencies and other initiatives designed by orchestras to engage living composers in their communities.  Panelists will explore how orchestras large and small have expanded programming and built excitement among audiences through direct contact with creators.  What do orchestras and composers want out of such partnerships and how do the right matches get made?  What factors contribute to an effective partnership and what do not?     

Joana Carneiro, music director, Berkeley Symphony Orchestra; Ed Harsh, Meet The Composer; Norman Ryan, vice president-composers & repertoire, Schott Music Corp & European American Music Dist LLC; Chad Smith, vice president of artistic planning, Los Angeles Philharmonic; Steven Stucky, composer

Session shared with Conductors, Musicians, General Managers, and Publishers

Additional support for this session has been provided by the Music Publishers’ Association of the United States   

Saturday, June 19th

10:30am-12:30pm   

Mozart Requiem Masterclass with Robert Spano and Norman Mackenzie
Grand Hyatt  Atlanta in Buckhead, Grand Ballroom

Join Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Music Director Robert Spano and Director of Choruses Norman Mackenzie, along with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chamber Chorus and ensemble of ASO musicians, as they work with the League’s American Conducting Fellows Philip Mann and Tito Muñoz and Chorus America’s Conducting Fellows Jason W. Harris and Catherine Sailer.

Bussing will be provided, and busses will leave from the Conference hotel (Hyatt Regency) at 9:45am

Shared with Conductors

Sponsored by Wenger Corporation