American orchestras are making unprecedented commitments to pursuing equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) in all they do. But how do we measure what progress is being made?
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Following several years of policy action at the state level, the Federal Trade Commission and U.S. Congress are turning attention to proposals that would set new national rules regarding ticket fee transparency, dynamic pricing disclosures, holdback practices, and other policies for those that sell concert tickets on the both the primary and secondary sales markets.
Instructions for renewing your orchestra’s League membership.
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A 60-minute webinar taking stock of high-level findings of a recent study and addressing questions relating to audiences and EDI work.
Deepen your understanding of the priorities of the next generation as we review the findings of a nationwide survey of current high school youth orchestra students, undergraduate and graduate music majors, and recent graduates.
Orchestra leaders and the authors of the League’s new demographics report discuss racial/ethnic and gender representation among orchestra musicians, conductors, staff, and board members.
Three seasoned orchestra professionals discuss how they collaborate with their teams to build non-classical programming that not only entertains the masses, but also expands their orchestras’ reach into their communities.
Hear from a panel of composers and administrators about recent examples of using the commissioning process as a catalyst for deepening audience engagement.
The history of a seminal report addressing major issues facing the field, as well as reflections on it and visions for our collective future.