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Some Intriguing Thoughts On Concert Formats

In June 2013, arts consulting firm WolfBrown released a report detailing the results from a three season long assessment of concert formats. The project was conducted using the post-graduate orchestral academy, New World Symphony (NWS) backed by what the report defines as generous support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Of particular interest are the findings related to concert length, ticket price, and newbie audience development. Certainly, the report is of great value to the field and well worth your time; having said that, after a series of conversations with colleagues, a […]

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