|Session Date||Start Time||End Time||Attachments|
|Thursday, June 14, 2018||2:15 pm||3:30 pm|
Location: State Ballroom, Fourth Floor
How can orchestras balance the imperative to include under-represented artistic voices—composers, soloists, and conductors—with perceived or demonstrated competing preferences of core audiences? We will look at experiences of a few orchestras on this journey and delve into interactive discussions about how to navigate this tension.
Speakers: Andrés Ballesteros, composer / educator; Jeri Lynn Johnson, founder and artistic director, Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra; Anna Kuwabara, executive director, Albany Symphony; Mark Volpe, managing director, Boston Symphony Orchestra
This session is part of the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Track.
Made possible by generous grants from The Joyce Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
This session is sponsored by Sciolino Artist Management.