Join us for a 60-minute webinar to explore some of the most prominent pandemic-related mental health issues, including burnout, imposter syndrome, PTSD, social anxiety, and productivity challenges. Pratichi Shah, President and CEO of Flourish Talent Management Solutions, will share resources and techniques for helping you and your team navigate the many challenges and opportunities facing workplaces today.
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Structural racism impacts every sector in America, including the orchestra field. But what are its origins? Join us for a 4½ hour online seminar led by Ayo Magwood, Uprooting Inequity LLC, to explore in three parts the historical evolution of structural racism.
In this 60-minute Catalyst Webinar, we’ll review two years of EDI work at the Nashville Symphony. Join us to explore how they have seized the greatest opportunities for growth, building perseverance and capacity along the way.
During the past year, a cohort of American orchestras has been collaborating to study audience attitudes about returning to live concerts.
Research tells us that early experiences – including what young musicians hear and perform – “stick,” but historically, repertoire for young musicians has not included contemporary works, especially not works from composers of diverse backgrounds.
Orchestras are accessing multiple forms of direct federal relief available in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Join us for an overview of the PPP loan forgiveness process, an update on the Shuttered Venue Operators Grants program, and a deeper dive into the complexities of the Employee Retention Tax Credit. The League’s Vice President for Advocacy Heather Noonan will be joined by experts from the Pryor Cashman law firm, Kyle Miller and Taylor Weinstein, for the latest offering in the League’s ongoing advocacy, direct assistance, and guidance for orchestras navigating COVID-19 relief.
The sixth federal COVID-19 relief package, the American Rescue Plan, will extend or expand nearly every form of federal assistance that has been available to orchestras amid the coronavirus pandemic, including the Shuttered Venue Operators Grants, Employee Retention Tax Credit, and National Endowment for the Arts funding. It also introduces new opportunities.