2016 Conference Individual Registration Rates

Please direct registration questions to

League Member $785

Personal members or anyone affiliated with a member organization



Full or part-time students who are League members are welcome to attend all Conference events other than Constituency Meetings unless otherwise announced. Please be able to provide proof of student status, if requested.


One-Day Pass$365

League members only — for attendance on only one day of Conference
(Thursday, Friday, or Saturday)



Musicians from League member orchestras only — cannot have any
administrative or conducting responsibilities at your orchestra




Should you wish to receive further information on exhibiting at Conference, please contact Steve Alter at or click here. If you are a member of the press and would like to attend, please contact Rachelle Schlosser at for credential and registration information. For non-press information, contact

2016 Pre-Conference Registration Rates


Pre-Conference Seminar – Two Day$360
$450 Non-member

Please note that you may only participate in one Pre-Conference seminar. If you are planning to attend a two-day seminar, you cannot also register for a one-day seminar.


Pre-Conference Seminars – One Day$235
$295 Non-member

Please note that you may only participate in one Pre-Conference seminar. If you are planning to attend a one-day seminar, you cannot also register for a two-day seminar.


Pre-Conference Seminar – Foundations of Collective Bargaining$120*

Please note that you may only participate in one Pre-Conference seminar. If you are planning to attend a one-day seminar, you cannot also register for a two-day seminar.

*There is no charge for the seminar. There is a $120 fee per registrant to defray food and beverage expenses.


On-Site Registration Hours

When you arrive at Conference, your first stop should be the Registration area.

Wednesday, June 8 12:00pm–7:00pm

Thursday, June 9 7:00am–5:30pm

Friday, June 10 8:00am–5:30pm

Saturday, June 11 8:30am–1:00pm


Why should I come to Conference?
You might get 1,000 different answers from our 1,000 delegates! But we think the top three reasons to come are: 1) you want to meet, network, and learn from your peers; 2) you want to do your job better; 3) to know you’re not alone – there are other people out there with the same goals, aspirations, and questions that you have.

Where should I stay?
The League has established a block of rooms at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront.  More information can be found on the Hotel and Transportation page.

How do I get the most out of Conference?
We jam pack three days full of learning, networking, and music. We recommend taking a look at the Conference schedule so you’re prepared for what is planned. Reading through the Electives is also helpful, so you’re not choosing what session to go to on the fly. Other than that? Introduce yourself to everyone – meeting other delegates is one of the best parts of Conference.

How do I access WiFi in the Hotel?
Complimentary wireless internet access will be available in the exhibit area and all public spaces within the hotel. The WiFi network and password will be available at registration, and on this website once it becomes available..

What are Electives, and should I pick which ones to attend now?
There are three blocks of Electives and you are welcome to choose any one during each time slot. It is really helpful for us if you select these sessions now so we can organize appropriate sized rooms for each. Find the full list of Electives here.

What are Pre-Conference Seminars?
We know that lots of people want to make their trip to Baltimore as packed with learning as possible, so for an additional fee you can arrive early and choose from one of several intensive, hands-on, learning sessions. More information about these can be found here.

Are any group registration rates available?
Groups of five or more are welcome to contact Member Relations for special group rates. Please contact Member Relations at 646 822 4010 or for details.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
The Baltimore Marriott Waterfront is ADA accessible, including exhibit halls, meeting rooms, and ballrooms. Passenger elevators are located at street and all meeting levels. If you require additional assistance at conference, please email

Is there anything else I need to know?
Just come to the Registration Area as soon as you arrive – we’ll have all your materials ready.

What if I have more questions?
We love questions – so bring it on! If you have questions before Conference begins, email us at and we’ll get right back to you. During Conference you’ll find the League staff full of answers and waiting for you at the Registration Area.

There is so much we could tell you, but you get the idea. Have fun in Baltimore– we are looking forward to meeting you!

Hosted by: the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

Please enjoy this video from our Conference host, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

Baltimore ranks second on Zagat’s Top Food Cities of 2015 – Visit Baltimore Official Restaurant Guide

What’s happening in Baltimore during Conference? Baltimore Event Calendar

For a complete range of activities, events, and special offers, visit


See a map of Baltimore’s neighborhoods here.


BaltimoreInnerHarborInner Harbor

Hang out by the water and take in popular Baltimore attractions like the Maryland Science Center, National Aquarium, Pier Six Pavilion, and Fort McHenry National Monument… birthplace of the Star Spangled Banner!





Harbor East

As one of Baltimore’s up-and-coming hot spots, Harbor East has cool, modern, and chic shopping boutiques, restaurants, and spas.





BaltimoreLittleItalyLittle Italy

The name says it all – the biggest draw to this neighborhood is food. Check out the restaurants, bakeries, and delis Little Italy has to offer as you explore the Museum of African American History & Culture and the Civil War Museum.




FellsPointFell’s Point

As the neighborhood has remained largely unchanged since its founding, you’ll feel like you stepped back in time as you take in 18th and 19th century homes and storefronts. Fell’s Point boasts numerous restaurants, too… oysters anyone?




Mount Vernon

Mount Vernon, known as Baltimore’s cultural center, is home to the Washington Monument, Walters Art Museum, Peabody Institue of Johns Hopkins University, and the home of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Meyerhoff Symphony Hall!




Download a list of restaurants close to the Meyerhoff Hall.

Download a list of restaurants close to the Marriott Waterfront.


National Aquarium

The National Aquarium holds nearly 20,000 fish, birds, amphibians, reptiles, and marine mammals who live in a multitude of exhibits. Whether you visit the rainforest, touch a stingray, or catch a glimpse of the 500-pound sea turtle, you’ll learn something in no time.

Fort McHenry National Monument

During the Battle of Baltimore in September of 1814, Francis Scott Key saw a flag of 15 stars and stripes that inspired him to write our national anthem, The Star Spangled Banner. You can visit the site of the battle and Key’s moment of inspiration for free.

Edgar Allan Poe House & Museum

Visit and walk through the home of Edgar Allan Poe, where exhibits tell the story of his life and death in Baltimore. Artifacts like Poe’s writing desk and chair are on display to illustrate the life of the man who modernized the short story, mystery, horror, and science fiction genres.

The Walters Art Museum

View a diverse collection that spans 5,000 years and take advantage of the free entry to see Renaissance paintings, Asian and Byzantine art, and their extensive Egyptian and medieval artifacts.

The Baltimore Art Museum

With the largest collection of works by Henri Matisse in the world, the BAM is home to a renowned collection of 19th-century, modern, and contemporary art. Free entry.


See you in Baltimore!