Shifting from Stage to Screen
How and why are orchestras moving musical content to digital platforms—and creating entirely new experiences for virtual audiences? Is this a short-term response or the future of our field? How can we create compelling content to compete with endless options for online entertainment just a click away? How do we keep focused on our mission, our audiences, and our quests for greater equity and accessibility when our primary means of contact are electronic?
In this 90-minute webinar from the League of American Orchestras, we’ll investigate the many aspects of navigating this new, unfamiliar and exciting ecosystem: strategic, creative, repertoire, technical, legal, marketing, patron experience, and our organizational cultures, among other considerations.
Scott Harrison, Interim Executive Director/Sr. Strategic Facilitator, Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
- James Darrah, Creative Director of Digital Content, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO)
- Timothy Kastner, Director of Digital Media and Video Production, The Philadelphia Orchestra
- Garrett McQueen, Executive Director, TRILLOQUY
- Mike Mancillas, Assistant Director of Digital Strategy + Design, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO)
- Carolyn Nishon, Executive Director, Portland Symphony Orchestra
- Ari Solotoff, Solotoff Law Group, PLLC
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This webinar was made possible by generous grants from American Express, the Baisley Powell Elebash Fund, Ford Motor Company Fund, the Howard Gilman Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and The Wallace Foundation, as well as supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
Photos courtesy of the speakers. Photo of Garrett McQueen by Devon Fails, photo of Carolyn Nishon by Tim Greenway Photographer, photo of Ari Solotoff by Zack Bowen.