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 to the pandemic or the future of the orchestra field? On Wednesday, November 18, the League of American Orchestras will present Shifting from Stage to Screen, a 90-minute webinar that investigates multiple aspects of navigating this new and exciting way to present orchestras, with topics including the strategic, creative, repertoire, technical, legal, marketing, patron, and organizational considerations. The webinar will be moderated by Scott Harrison, interim executive director/senior strategic facilitator at the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, with panelists including James Darrah, creative director of digital content, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra; Timothy Kastner, director of digital media and video production, the Philadelphia Orchestra; Garrett McQueen, executive director, TRILLOQUY; Mike Mancillas, assistant director of digital strategy and design, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra; Carolyn Nishon, executive director, Portland Symphony Orchestra; Ari Solotoff, Solotoff Law Group, PLLC. Catch Shifting from Stage to Screen on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at 3:00pm Eastern/12:00pm Pacific; a recording will be available for on-demand viewing after the live event. Learn more and register here. Questions? Contact League Member Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.