Big Changes In Store For Baltimore: Glicker Resigns

James Glicker, president & CEO of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, has resigned from his position at the BSO according to a press release issued by the organization. James Glicker’s resignation brings about the end of his tumultuous one-and-a-half year tenure running the BSO. In a press release announcing the event, the BSO credits Mr. Glicker with, “…[reshaping] the creative direction of the BSO with new series such as Holiday Spectacular, Explorer, …

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Atlanta’s 12 Month Bump In The Road

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According to a report from WXIA (provided by the Atlanta Business Chronicle and written by Ryan Mahoney), Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue decided against granting a $50 million request from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. The ASO requested the money as part of their gorgeous $300 million Santiago Calatrava designed concert hall project… Back in the early part of December, 2005 I published an article entitled A Little Too Much Faith In The …

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Getting Over Our Bad Selves

Are you obsessed with dominating every last bit of news about your orchestra? Would you prefer no news over positive news mixed in with indifferent or negative coverage about your orchestra? Do you call your local newspaper editors and complain when they don’t present your orchestra in 100% positive light? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions then you’re probably an Orchestra Control Freak

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