This Week’s Headlines

Posted on: December 1, 2022

Finale: The Hub

Starting on Thursday, December 1, head over to symphony.org to find all the news, media coverage, personnel updates, and crucial information about orchestras from The Hub. Symphony.org combines the in-depth reporting of Symphony, the League’s signature publication, with the news about everything that’s happening in the orchestra field formerly on The Hub. Symphony will become the orchestra field’s go-to source of breaking news, full-length feature articles, and more, updated every weekday—free of charge.

Launched in 2009, The Hub has served as an essential resource for orchestras, and has posted more than 25,000 individual articles about the orchestra field and the musical scene. While The Hub will no longer be updated, its encyclopedic chronicle of recent orchestra history is readily available at symphony.org, which has a robust, easy-to-use search function.

Going forward, visit symphony.org to get all the news as it happens—and be sure to sign up at symphony.org/sign-up to get Symphony in your mailbox.

 

Sphinx Organization marks 25 years of leading the way in diversifying classical music 

CEO Martha Gilmer charts a new course at San Diego Symphony with Music Director Rafael Payare and new outdoor Rady Shell (login may be required)

In an historic first for New York Philharmonic, women musicians outnumber men

Toronto Symphony Orchestra CEO Mark Williams reflects on being the first Black man to lead a major North American orchestra

Obituary: Bruce Coppock, influential orchestra executive director, 71

New grant puts musical instruments into the hands of Columbus elementary-school students

“Messiah” and more as holiday season arrives at Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

Evaluating the enduring impact of Disney’s “Fantasia” on audiences—and classical musicians—at Houston Symphony

Boston Pops gets festive for the holidays with seasonal favorites, Ukrainian carols, songs in many languages, and a new work by Arturo Rodríguez (login may be required)

In the UK, Manchester Camerata works with people with dementia