Midwinter Managers Meeting 2021

January 21-22, 2021

Open to League member Executive Directors and Youth Orchestra Administrators

Register for the Managers Meeting and the Post-meeting Seminar

Register to attend only the post-meeting Midwinter Seminar


The Midwinter Exhibition Hall 

Coming to Midwinter? Be sure to visit with your business partners in our Online Exhibit Hall. The League has reserved from 11am – 1pm on Thursday, January 21 and Friday, January 22 for appointments with the exhibiting companies. The exhibitor tab within our Boomset platform will allow you to pop by your partners’ booths, where they will be waiting to connect.

We also encourage you to make appointments in advance with those companies you’d like to talk to. Below is a list of participating companies, along with their email contact information.

Exhibiting Companies

Please take this time to engage, even if it’s just to say hello!

We realize that many of the conversations that you have with business partners at Conference are face-to-face, and mostly happen during lunch breaks, coffee breaks, or receptions. We also understand that these meetings are not easily replicable in an online environment. All of these companies contribute to the overall health of the orchestral sector, and they would love to explore with you how they might be of service in these challenging times.


Please contact Member Services at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

If you are still interested in exhibiting at the Midwinter Managers Meeting, please contact Steve Alter directly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

The League would like to thank its Midwinter Managers Meeting sponsors:

Platinum Sponsors:



E-coustics Systems


Silver Sponsors:

Anderson Musical Instrument Insurance Solutions Boomerang Carnets


RSC Threshold Acoustics



Supporting Sponsor:


Nave Strategies


We are Grateful to Our Supporters

The Midwinter Seminar is made possible by the Howard Gilman Foundation, and supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

Additional funding for the seminar is provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.