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Wallace Foundation gathers resources to help arts workers avoid pandemic-induced burnout

With many arts professionals facing increased stress due to the pandemic, the Wallace Foundation has assembled information and resources from multiple organizations, including the League of American Orchestras, that...

January 19, 2022

Available now: the new issue of Symphony magazine

Check out the latest edition of Symphony, the League’s award-winning magazine. The winter 2022 issue is online now, and print copies are on the way. What’s inside? League President...

January 18, 2022

Applications now open for 2022 Rubin Institute for Music Criticism

The Rubin ​Institute for Music Criticism is now accepting applications for its weeklong series of workshops for emerging classical music writers, to take place at the San Francisco Conservatory...

January 14, 2022

Registration opens for League of American Orchestras’ 2022 Bruno Walter National Conductor Preview

Registrations are now being accepted for the League’s 2022 Bruno Walter National Conductor Preview, hosted by the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra on March 16 and 17 in New Orleans, LA....

December 23, 2021

League’s “Essentials of Orchestra Management” seminar returns to NYC, July 24-August 2, 2022

The League of American Orchestras’ ten-day professional development seminar, Essentials of Orchestra Management, will return to New York City after nearly a decade, now presented in collaboration with Juilliard...

December 20, 2021

League webinar: “Engaging the Latinx Community”

Latinx ticket buyers at orchestras increased from 8.7% in 2019 to 10.6% in 2021, according to the latest report from TRG Arts and Purple Seven in partnership with the...

December 13, 2021

Speakers confirmed for League’s online Midwinter Managers Meeting; register by Dec. 15 for early-bird discount

The League of American Orchestras’ 2022 Midwinter Managers Meeting, “Leadership in a Time of Change” https://americanorchestras.org/event/2022-online-midwinter-managers-meeting/, will take place virtually on January 31-February 1 and will offer two days...

December 10, 2021

New York Philharmonic and John Jay College of Criminal Justice examine Handel’s investment in transatlantic slave trade

On Friday, December 3 at 1:45 p.m., the New York Philharmonic and John Jay College of Criminal Justice will co-present The Unanswered Questions: Handel and the Royal African Company,...

December 2, 2021

New report shows status of recovery at American orchestras

Orchestras in Recovery: Ticket Sales and Donation Trends, 2019-2021, a newly released study created in partnership by the League of American Orchestras, TRG Arts, and Purple Seven, indicates that...

November 29, 2021

Are audiences ready to return? Final results from Audience Outlook Monitor COVID-19 Study available now

Since February 2021, the Audience Outlook Monitor COVID-19 Study has been tracking audience readiness to return to arts and culture venues during the pandemic. In partnership with the League...

November 19, 2021