No orchestra, large or small, ever has a settled relationship with its community. It’s always a thing in flux, dynamic, fluid, fragile and complex. Whether it’s how to attract new audiences, invigorate connections to current concertgoers or tap the power of technology, orchestras are facing–and not always meeting–unprecedented challenges to remain vital.
Chapter Four – The World Has Changed
- Lawrie Bloom, Clarinet, Chicago Symphony Orhcestra
- Anna Clyne, Mead composer-in-residence, Chicago Symphony Orchestra
- Anthony Fogg, Artistic Administrator, Boston Symphony Orchestra
- Steven Lester, Bass, Chair of the Orchestra Committee, Chicago Symphony Orchestra
- Martha Gilmer, Vice President for Artistic Planning and Audience Development, Chicago Symphony Orchestra
- Deborah Rutter, President, Chicago Symphony Orchestra
- James Sommervile, Principal Horn, Boston Symphony Orchestra
- Mark Volpe, Managing Director, Boston Symphony Orchestra
This podcast was written and narrated by Steven Winn.
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