We’ve recently posted reader reviews of 2 recent book of potential interest to administrators and board members of Canadian orchestras on the OC blog – Jim Collins’s Great by Choice: Uncertainty, Chaos and Luck – Why Some Thrive Despite Them All and Michael M. Kaiser’s Leading Roles – 50 Questions Every Arts Board Should Ask. Read more about What are you reading?[…]
Leading Roles – 50 Questions Every Arts Board Should Ask by Michael M. Kaiser, Brandeis University Press, ISBN 978-1-58465- 906-8 a book review by Catherine Molina Catherine Molina is the Principal Violist of the Guelph Symphony Orchestra, a former member of the Thunder Bay Symphony, an RCM examiner and the director of an active music Read more about Book review: Leading Roles – 50 Questions Every Arts Board Should Ask[…]
To celebrate the appointment of its new music director Judith Yan, the Guelph Symphony Orchestra has just launched a sparkling new website. The site was designed by Madog Communications. www.guelphsymphony.com
The Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra has announced the re-appointment of Resident Conductor Melanie Leonard for a third season. Congratulations to pianist Sarah Whynot of London, Ontario, recent winner of the Guelph Symphony Orchestra’s Under-23 Concerto Competition. She will perform Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G Major with the GSO at the April 1, 2012 Masterworks concert.
The Guelph Symphony Orchestra has announced the appointment of its new music director, Judith Yan. Yan is currently the Music Director and Principal Conductor of Newfoundland’s Opera on the Avalon. She has served as a Staff Conductor with the San Francisco Opera, the Canadian Opera Company, and the National Ballet of Canada. Speaking about her Read more about People[…]