With so many changes afoot in the American orchestral world, what do music directors see as particular challenges and opportunities? (more…)
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Topic: Audience, Community, Creativity | Tags: alan gilbert, charles dutoit, cleveland orchestra, franz welser-möst, gustavo dudamel, la phil, mtt, ny phil, philadelphia orchestra, san francisco symphony, video, Yannick Nézet-Séguin
November 6, 2012 by Beth Hondl | Comments (0)
How exactly does a conductor work with an orchestra? We asked several music directors to speak about their philosophy and technique. (more…)
Franz Welser-Möst, Music Director of The Cleveland Orchestra, discusses the relationship between an orchestra and the audience.
Confronted with fundamental and ongoing changes in their audiences, orchestras are thinking about what they do and how they do it as never before. In this chapter we explore some of the ideas, innovations, optimism and uneasiness of the American orchestra, as it finds it way toward the audiences of the future.
This podcast was developed from our May 2012 live forum event and backstage interviews.
Chapter Nine – Considering Audiences, Part 2
Topic: Audience | Tags: alan gilbert, brent assink, ed sanders, elizabeth scott, franz welser-möst, matthew van besien, podcast, sunil iyengar, Yannick Nézet-Séguin
July 26, 2012 by Beth Hondl | Comments (0)
The Cleveland Orchestra faces a particularly vexing dilemma: It is one of the world’s great orchestras in by far the smallest market supporting such an institution. This position has opened the organization to new ways of thinking and fresh possibilities for a reimagined future.
This podcast was developed from our behind-the-scenes conversation with leaders from The Cleveland Orchestra in April 2012 and an interview with Music Director Franz Welser-Möst.
Chapter Seven – The View from Cleveland