Second Global Orchestra Meet Up

Emerge, Evolve, Involve

John Kieser and Joanna Lee (by Lia Chang)
Joanna Lee
John Kieser by Gregory Reed
Mr Chng Hak-Peng
Carlos Miguel Prieto. Photo by Benjamin Ealovega
Anselm Rose
Heather Hudyma by Jørgen Krokan Ledal
Deborah Rutter
  • event type:Classical:NEXT 20 Meet Up
  • date:28 May 2020
  • time:15:00 - 16:00
  • city/area:CET time zone
  • venue:Online event
  • country:Germany
  • event posted by:Piranha Arts


Coordinated by Joanna Lee (Hong Kong/US), cN Jury 2020 and founder & chairman, Museworks
and John Kieser (Canada/US), executive vice president and provost, New World Symphony

Deborah Rutter (US), president, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Mr Chng Hak-Peng (Singapore), chief executive officer, Singapore Symphony Group;
Carlos Miguel Prieto (Mexico), music director and principal conductor, Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra and music director, Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de México, Orquesta Sinfónica de Minería and Orchestra of the Americas;
Anselm Rose (Germany), executive director, Rundfunk Orchester und Chöre gGmbH Berlin (ROC)

followed by contributions from attendees moderated by Heather Hudyma (Canada/Germany), orchestra and production manager, Le Concert Olympique

The first Classical:NEXT Online Global Orchestra Meet Up brought us up to date with status reports from various regions around the world, thanks to Mark Pemberton (ABO), Nathaly Ossa Alzate (AEOS), Katherine Carleton (Orchestras Canada), Philippe Fanjas (AFO), Jesse Rosen (LAO) as well as Rudolph Tang who reported from China.

When the floor opened, two key questions of universal relevance arose:

-How might we emerge from the pandemic with financial models that will make our institutions stronger and resilient; and
-How might we use the pandemic to create real and enduring change that creates gender balance and inclusivity so that our institutions are more reflective and connected to our communities?

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