It’s been a busy month. Adaptistration broke half a dozen traffic records over the past two weeks; between the most popular compensation reports to date and the Minnesota Orchestra Association (MOA) articles this week, it’s time for a brief day off. And by day off, I mean a quick link love post for other MOA oriented blog posts you may have missed.
- Conductor Bill Eddins keeps breaking my budget with bandwidth overages thanks to his insightful and popular posts; the two most recent contributions; Why Bother… and Dear Governor Dayton are worthwhile reads.
- The kind of all classical music writing, Alex Ross, has been weighing in on the MOA’s Domaingate in a series of posts.
- Anastasia Tsioulcas managed to get some info from the MOA in response to Domaingate which she published in an article at npr.org. Suffice to say, the official reply does about as much good as the original Nixon responses to Watergate but don’t let that fool you into thinking the article isn’t a must-read.
- Norm Lebrecht weighs in with some commentary that defines MOA executive administrator, Michael Henson, as “the moderately unsuccessful manager of two perpetually troubled UK orchestras”