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Advancing the Orchestral Experience for All

Learn how the League leads, supports, and champions America’s orchestras and the vitality of the music they perform.

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New Directions

The latest issue of Symphony magazine explores a year of challenge and innovation for orchestras.

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Welcome to Our New EDI Resource Center!

Find new resources that are better organized, offer concrete advice, and are easier to use with your board, staff, and musicians. And there’s much more to help you advance equity, diversity, and inclusion!

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Stronger Together: League Giving Days June 1-30, 2021

There has never been a better time to make a gift. All Stronger Together gifts will be matched dollar for dollar up to $100K thanks to the generous support of the Julian Family Foundation.

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We help members thrive and achieve long-term success through our programs, research, and learning resources.

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OSR: Orchestra Statistical Report

This year’s substantially abbreviated survey is available to orchestras of all sizes. League member orchestras that participate in the 2019-20 OSR survey will receive a detailed benchmarking report containing financial and operating data about peer orchestras and the ability to request custom analyses. The survey also helps academics, funders, and arts researchers who can use the information to advocate for the orchestra field and to create a better understanding of it.
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Spotlight

Janet Chen, Chief Executive Officer of ProMusica

Musicians have all the reflexes that will come naturally in a transition to arts administration, because you innately know what it takes to deliver a program or performance—putting the music first.

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