Location: Cumberland 5-6, Level Three
Some orchestras are highly collaborative with board, staff, and musicians well aligned; some others would argue that if each constituent part does its job at a high level, there is not much need to collaborate; and some others are outright adversarial. There are probably as many cultures as there are orchestras. A panel of musicians will tackle the question of culture, the often unspoken yet powerful force that drives organizations more than strategy or individual leaders. They’ll consider how culture can support innovation and empowerment, as well as the role culture can play in setting and achieving organizational goals and delivering on mission.
This session is generously sponsored by Partners in Performance.
The Musicians' Perspective: Creating Collaborative Cultures in Orchestras is made possible by a generous grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.