From the front lines of the R/Evolution

Posted on: May 27, 2010

Keep up with all the action on the classical music world’s hottest new website, Orchestra R/Evolution. There you can read the most up-to-date thinking about the future of orchestras, share your own thoughts, and help set the agenda for the opening session of the League of American Orchestras’ National Conference on June 16 in Atlanta. The site contains a constantly updated slate of provocative articles and opinion pieces about the state of the orchestral art from musicians, arts administrators, essayists, and thinkers. But it isn’t a one-way street; on Orchestra R/Evolution, everyone is invited to express their ideas and feelings about this great art form, in a heavily trafficked comments section where passionate conviction and personal insights rule. Your thoughts, your ideas, and your comments matter, and we want to hear from you. There are some hot discussions about the future of orchestras happening on Orchestra R/Evolution right now—and you should be a part of it. Don’t forget to register for Conference and be in the room for this exciting Opening Session.

Orchestra R/Evolution is created by the League of American Orchestras and made possible by a generous grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

Posted May 27, 2010