In the Catalyst Snapshots series, League member orchestras share stories of the tangible progress they’ve made towards their equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) goals. Read about EDI actions taken and lessons learned by seven orchestras that have faced opportunities and challenges similar to your own.
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A new report by the Institute for Composer Diversity, produced in partnership with the League of American Orchestras, confirms an increase in works by women and composers of color on stage.
A new report from the Institute for Composer Diversity, produced in partnership with the League of American Orchestras, finds significant increases in works by composers of color and women composers being performed by American orchestras.
Explore research on emerging programming practices in the arts and entertainment sector, including live and digital programs, immersive and augmented formats, and virtual experiences in this session.
This session explores the current trends at a macro level and within the orchestra world, gains insight into the current mindset of philanthropists and institutional donors, and envisions how these donors will approach their decision-making with orchestras into the future. Hear from experts in the field, donors themselves, for strategy that you can take back and incorporate into your local fundraising efforts.
Association of California Symphony Orchestras (ACSO) executive director Sarah Weber and several ACSO member orchestras share inspiring stories of collaboration within California’s orchestra community, outline key lessons learned, and discuss how their vision and plans for their orchestras have evolved as they look optimistically to the future.
Hear from experts on five top-trending digital topics (plus a lightning round of a few more!), understand where there’s revenue on the table, and see how these broader cultural and technological trends intersect our roles as marketers, leaders, fundraisers, artists, and producers.
Closing the Conference, Thomas Wilkins, Principal Conductor of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, shared his unique perspectives on the importance of connecting with audiences, engaging children in orchestral music, and committing to local communities.
In this session we examined the role technology played during the pandemic and will continue to play as orchestras return to the concert stage.
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