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This time we have been living through has made extraordinary demands on our members, as both orchestra musicians and staff experience painful layoffs and salary cuts. Like many of you, the League of American Orchestras has also been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. We have made the following decisions about upcoming League programming:
We will be telling you more about the coming season as it becomes available. Till then thank you for your dedication to orchestras and your continuing engagement with the League and our community.
Listening to You:
“League Statement on Racial Discrimination” Forum
Online Discussion Facilitated by League Board and Staff Members
Wednesday, August 26, 2020, 1:00pm Eastern/10:00am Pacific
As part of our continued dialogue about racism and discrimination in orchestras, the League recently sent members 1) a Statement on Racial Discrimination, 2) a Symphony magazine article by Aaron Flagg chronicling the history of anti-Black discrimination in American orchestras, and 3) supporting material that introduces the statement, explains its purpose, and offers resources as well as answers to frequently asked questions. Now we would like to hear from you.
2021 Online National Conference
2022 National Conference
Los Angeles, CA