Conference May 27-29, 2015

Join us in Cleveland for the League of American Orchestra’s National Conference!

America’s orchestras are built on a tradition of exquisite artistry and expert execution. Yet that’s not enough to ensure relevance in a rapidly changing world. If our orchestras are to continue to thrive, it’s time to expand our missions, employ our music in service to increasingly diverse communities, and invite new forms of public participation on-stage and off, all while harnessing an unprecedented richness of musical expression. What next practices will orchestras embrace to be an increasingly vital part of America’s cultural and civic landscape in the years to come? We’ll explore this question from a variety of perspectives – artistic, financial, technological, and more – at this year’s conference. Come to Cleveland and join the conversation!



Gary Hanson,
Executive Director,
The Cleveland Orchestra

 Frank G. Jackson,
Mayor of Cleveland

Join us early for our Pre-Conference Seminars.   And don’t miss our Concerts and Activities page for additional chances to network with your colleagues.

Use this site to explore more. Then click on Registration to reserve your place.

We’re looking forward to seeing you in Cleveland!