Monthly Archives: September 2011

Guest Blogger: Paul Judy

For over 70 years, since a boy, I have been an engaged and passionate listener of classical music.  For over 40 years I have had an affiliation with a major symphony orchestra organization, and for the last half of that … Continue reading

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Lest we Forget

In September 2001, I was living and working in Portland, Oregon, running the Oregon Symphony.  On the morning of the 11th, my son and I were visiting his school for a very early morning meeting. As we walked into the … Continue reading

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A conversation with Roland Valliere of the Columbus Symphony

Outsourcing Orchestra Administration: The Columbus Symphony Turns Crisis into Opportunity When Roland Valliere, NEC Class of 1978 percussion performance, took over the Columbus Symphony in August 2009, the orchestra was on the brink of collapse. There had been a bitter work … Continue reading

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