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Published on Jun 20, 2012
On June 7, the "Inclusion and Diversity: A Big-Tent View" session at the League of American Orchestras' National Conference in Dallas examined the topic from multiple perspectives. Three experts discussed how orchestras can advance their diversity work, including audience, musicians, staff and board, repertoire, and guest artists, while creating the organizational culture needed to sustain their commitment over time. Panelists at the session were Aaron Dworkin, founder and president of the Sphinx Organization, which works to bring young musicians of color into the classical music world; Errika Flood-Moultrie, consultant at Clarkson Davis, which offers strategic planning, resource development, and operational services for nonprofit organizations; and Jessica Schmidt, director of education and community engagement at the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Further details about the session can be found at SymphonyNOW: http://www.symphonynow.org/2012/06/in....