No conversation about music—about any art form, for that matter—gets very far these days without addressing the impact, potential and pitfalls of technology. From high- definition broadcasts of live performances, to an audience tuned in to Facebook, Twitter and other social media, classical music must find its place in an increasingly digital community. This podcast was developed from our October 2011 live event.
Chapter Three: Considering Technology, Part 1
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Participants include Jesse Rosen, president and CEO of the League of American Orchestras, Amos Yang, assistant principal cellist of the San Francisco Symphony, Mark Clague, professor of music at the University of Michigan, and Afa Sadykhly Dworkin, vice president and artistic director of the Sphinx Organization. The podcast is hosted by Steven Winn, American Orchestra Forum moderator.
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