Orchestra Repertoire Report

In 1970, the League of American Orchestras began to track member orchestras’ programming through its Orchestra Repertoire Report (ORR), in order to answer queries from grantmakers, journalists, musicologists, historians, and member orchestras. The most recent information available is from the 2012-13 season.

In 2022, the League partnered with the Institute for Composer Diversity to help ICD produce the 2022 Orchestra Repertoire Report, which examined the programming of composers of color, women composers, and living composers by U.S. orchestras this season as well as longitudinal programming trends from 2015 through the 2021-22 season.

We’re thrilled to again collaborate with the Institute for Composer Diversity for the upcoming 2023 Repertoire Report. There are NO surveys to complete! Simply email your 2022-23 season program in spreadsheet format to ICD Director, Dr. Rob Deemer at rob@composerdiversity.com. See full details on the ICD website.

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June 16, 2022

2022 Orchestra Repertoire Report

A new report from the Institute for Composer Diversity, produced in partnership with the League of American Orchestras, finds significant increases in works by composers of color and women composers being performed by American orchestras.
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For all queries about the Orchestra Repertoire Report, please contact James McCain at jmccain@americanorchestras.org or 646 822 4071.

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