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Podcast: Chapter Four – The World Has Changed

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...
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Malcolm Lowe of the BSO talks about teaching creativity

Malcolm Lowe is concertmaster of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and teaches at the Tanglewood Music Center and the New England Conservatory of Music. We had the chance to sit down with him in December during the BSO’s visit to San Francisco.

Live Blog: A chat with the Boston Symphony Orchestra

What follows is a live blog from our chat with leaders from the Boston Symphony Orchestra on Wednesday, December 7, 2011. Participants included: Mark Volpe, Managing Director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra Anthony Fogg, Artistic Administrator of the Boston Symphony Orchestra James...
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Arts participation: how many carolers does it take to break a Guinness record?

Answer: 9101. In another twist on the participatory arts theme, the Boston Pops is hoping to break the Guinness World Record for “the most carolers in one place.” Singers are invited to Christian Science Plaza in Boston on Saturday for some holiday cheer and hopefully some...
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