In Philadelphia, An Arranged Marriage Comes To An End

After presumably much internal consternation, the Philadelphia Orchestra announced that music director Christoph Eschenbach will be leaving his position after his contract expires at the conclusion of the 2007-2008 season. I wouldn’t be surprised if this event stokes the already hot topic of how orchestras select music directors but in the end, the Philadelphia/Eschenbach issue is a moot point…

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All About The Schermerhorn Symphony Center Part 5

Although we spent an entire week during the month of September taking a virtual tour around Nashville Symphony’s new $123.5 million Schermerhorn Symphony Center, we didn’t quite get all the way through. As such, it is high time to resume the final two articles in this series. This installment will continue by examining the SSC’s multitude of lobby and patron facilities…

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Playing Around With A Little Role Reversal

Next Wednesday, I have the honor of serving as a guest lecturer for the UW-Madison’s Bolz Center for Arts Administration, Arts Administration Seminar; a core graduate seminar in their MBA in Arts Administration program. Although that’s a mouthful to say, what it means is that I’ll be leading a three hour class on a topic that fits into their curriculum. In this instance, I’m going to have the future arts administrators walk a mile in another man’s shoes…

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