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Preventing and Addressing Sexual Misconduct: Resources for Orchestras and Individuals

The League of American Orchestras cares deeply about the safety and well-being of everyone connected to orchestral music. Our commitments are to help the victims and survivors of sexual misconduct access the help they need, to provide orchestras with essential resources as they continue building inclusive and supportive organizations, and to convene field-wide dialogue to change the cultures that lead to exclusion and harm.

Thirty Orchestras Join League of American Orchestras Consortium

Thirty orchestras from across the United States will take part in the League of American Orchestras’ Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation Orchestral Commissions Program, the League and American Composers Orchestra (ACO) have announced. This national consortium ensures that new works by women and nonbinary composers will receive multiple performances throughout the country.

League of American Orchestras, in Partnership with American Composers Orchestra, Establishes Second 30-Orchestra Consortium, Continuing to Provide Opportunities for Women Composers Nationwide

Underscoring the significant successes of the Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation Orchestral Commissions Program’s ongoing 30-orchestra consortium, the League of American Orchestras and American Composers Orchestra (ACO) have announced the formation of a second consortium taking place from 2024-26.