One of the interesting topics that came up during the Q&A session at Sunday’s event was how arts organizations can engage communities through participatory experiences. Rather than sit and passively watch a concert, people seem to increasingly prefer doing the playing and singing themselves. Certainly the eye-popping success of the YouTube Symphony shows there’s an appetite for hands-on participation in the orchestral world. Does the role of the orchestra in its community need to change accordingly?
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Getting in on the Act
Topic: Community | Tags: baltimore symphony, chicago symphony, DIY, neil harris, pacific symphony, participation, san francisco symphony, wolfbrown
October 28, 2011 by Beth Hondl | Comments (1)