Do You Want To Lead The Artistic Admin Dept At One Of The Newest Halls In The Country?

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After $143 million dollars and 16-months, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CSO) opened the doors to their renovated Music Hall for a grand reopening concert on 10/6/2017 and by all accounts, the renovation was a smashing success. As a frame of reference, that cost and timeline are a downright bargain given how much work was performed converting what was, to put it politely, a cavernous 3,400 seat barn. Michael Cooper wrote an …

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The 1/24/2017 edition of the Wall Street journal published an article by Charles Passy that examines the decision by New York Philharmonic president Matthew VanBesien to depart his position in favor of taking a position as president of the University of Michigan’s University Musical Society. VanBesien is the latest orchestra CEO to exit for an academic post. Recent examples include Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s Trey Devey leaving for a position at the Interlochen …

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A Scenario Of “Bad Things?”

In case you missed the big news from last week, Cincinnati arts patron and philanthropist Louise Nippert announced that she is giving Cincinnati arts organizations $85 million. According to Cincinnati Enquirer music critic, Janelle Gelfand, Nippert’s gift is the largest “single gift by an individual to a Cincinnati arts organization.” Flying under the radar of this momentous news for Cincinnati’s arts scene is a quote from the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CSO) president claiming that without the gift, the CSO was facing scenario of “bad things”…

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