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Read all about it: the new issue of Symphony magazine 

Every issue of Symphony, the League of American Orchestras’ quarterly magazine, reports on the critical questions, emerging trends, and news of the orchestra world. What’s in the Fall 2019 Issue of Symphony, available now in print and online? With the imminent approach of what would be Beethoven’s 250th birthday, orchestras everywhere are jumping on the Ludwig Van bandwagon. We unpack what makes Beethoven great—and reconsider the composer’s “universality” in today’s world. Large gifts from donors can transform an orchestra, and Symphony offers a unique insider’s perspective on the strategies and tactics that lead to principal gifts. And as new cultural and economic imperatives are redefining the role of the conservatory, we ask conservatory leaders around the country to explain how their schools are redefining their missions and mandates. All this and more in the new issue of Symphony magazine. Read Symphony for free online.

Posted November 6, 2019