The September-October issue of SymphonyOnline has all the latest news and most provocative thinking about orchestras—and it’s available right now. Go to symphony.org to read the League of American Orchestra’s award-winning magazine, which is packed with original reporting and in-depth examinations of the topics and challenges that orchestras are facing today.
Inside you’ll find:
–Articles exploring how new music is being created and performed: DIY compositions, contemporary classics, and collective commissions
–A wide-ranging discussion of the value and impact of performing arts centers: the expectations of performing arts centers are changing for audiences, orchestras, and communities
–How is the classical-music industry shifting? Members of several musical families offer a long-term, multigenerational perspective
All this and much, much more, including news briefs, personnel moves, and direct links to websites and online resources. Be sure to share SymphonyOnline with friends, colleagues, and anyone who care about orchestras.
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September 1, 2010