Orchestras Feeding America
The Next Generation
by Stephanie Stein Crease
Symphony orchestras from Omaha to Los Angeles to New York are rethinking how young people can once again have meaningful experiences playing classical music—our own “American miracle.”
by Heidi Waleson
The breakout success of the Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela’s acclaimed music-education “sistema” has many people in the orchestra world looking in an unaccustomed direction: the Southern hemisphere.