UPCOMING EVENTS


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National Take a Stand Festival 2017Friday, 21 July 2017

Steven Holochwost, Dennie Wolf, and Judy Hill Bose will be presenting the findings of a two-year study of 12 El Sistema programs, July 20 –22, at the National Take a Stand Festival, hosted by the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Longy School of Music. The study reveals key findings about the ways in which sustained (2 – 3 year) participation supports musical growth and gains in socioemotional learning. They will also be holding a workshop in which participants explore the implications for program design.

More about the study, as well as the open-source evaluation tools, can be found here.

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JazzHub Convening, PittsburghMonday, 26 June 2017

Alan Brown will facilitate a meeting of stakeholders in Pittsburgh's jazz community, as part of a grant from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation to the Jazz Forward Coalition to build capacity in the jazz field.

Lincoln Center Education-Expert PanelMonday, 19 June 2017

Alan Brown and John Carnwath will facilitate a discussion of research on patterns of arts access among New York City's diverse families, as part of a larger evaluation of Lincoln Center Education's community programs.

2017 Theatre Communications Group National ConferenceThursday, 08 June 2017

Sean Fenton and Alan Kline will represent the Intrinsic Impact program at the 2017 Theatre Communications Group National Conference in Portland (June 7-10, 2017). Sean Fenton will lead a session on audience research on Thursday, June 8.

2017 League of American Orchestras ConferenceWednesday, 07 June 2017

Dennie Palmer Wolf and Joe Kluger will be in Detroit for the national conference of the League of American Orchestras on June 7 and 8. Dennie Palmer Wolf will be on a panel discussing the Getty-supported American Orchestra's Futures Fund, and Joe Kluger will be providing advice to individual and group representatives of orchestras on a variety of strategic and practical issues related to the digital distribution of their music.

Dennie Palmer Wolf will present findings from a qualitative evaluation of Carnegie Hall (Weill Music Institute)’s Lullaby Project on June 1, 2017. The project brings the power of music into the lives of young families throughout the New York City region, and with national partners. ( https://www.carnegiehall.org/Lullaby/)