Symphony: Winter 2019
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Check out the latest issue of Symphony, the League of American Orchestras’ award-winning magazine, online and in print—with all the great articles, news, interviews, and photos you’ve come to expect.
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News and updates from orchestras everywhere. In this issue: Pittsburgh Symphony honors victims of the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting; North Carolina Symphony’s Cherokee connections; orchestras use music to assist those facing memory loss. Plus: new music directors in Milwaukee, San Francisco, and Toronto.
Board members can become more compelling advocates for their orchestras. How? Nonprofit governance expert Susan Howlett offers some suggestions.
The League’s long-running Essentials of Orchestra Management program is changing with the times and adapting to broad cultural shifts. By Jeremy Reynolds
How can the classical music field build podium diversity? The Chicago Sinfonietta is focusing on exactly that challenge. By Nancy Malitz
The Los Angeles Philharmonic is using its centennial celebration as an opportunity to look back at the past—and as a springboard to the future. By Jim Farber
Smaller-budget orchestras are embracing new music with commissions. By Janelle Gelfand
Ask a few emerging artists what has been their biggest influence, and they will cite inspirational teachers. By Steven Brown
The conductors, composers, ensembles, and soloists on the rise, in an indispensable guide.
In an intergenerational orchestra, an eight-year-old violinist might share a music stand with an octogenarian—with benefits for all. By Martin Steinberg
Nia Imani Franklin, the reigning Miss America 2019, is a composer and classically trained singer who advocates for music and the arts.
Happy reading! Look for the next issue of Symphony in April 2019.
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