A Maestro’s Rules for Rescuing and Refreshing the Orchestra Industry

A Maestro’s Rules for Rescuing and Refreshing the Orchestra Industry

My colleague Bill Eddins has again written something blunt…and brilliantly simple.  Yes it truly is this simple, in my opinion. And while most seem like no-brainers, you’d be surprised with how inflexible every aspect of the industry can be at times.  Nonetheless, Bill’s loosely stated rules would save many an orchestra facing their own fiscal cliffs.  Bravo to Maestro Eddins for having the “Buxtehudes” to call everyone out, as we all deserve to be at times! (clink the link above to go the the Inside the Arts blog post)

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2 thoughts on “A Maestro’s Rules for Rescuing and Refreshing the Orchestra Industry

  1. Really amusing, to the point and valuable. It seems fairly adaptable,too. Do you suppose we could send Mr. Eddins over to D.C. to spend a few days and dispense advice? The same old song-and-dance coming out of that city bears a strange resemblance to that overture, concerto & symphony he advises against.

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