UPCOMING EVENTS


Face-to-Face ConferenceThursday, 25 April 2019

Dennie Wolf will be co-chairing a two-session workshop, "Expanding and enriching the ways we evaluate impact," with colleagues from the New Victory Theater. The session will share findings from a recently completed longitudinal study of the intrinsic impacts of theater education, supported by the Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation.

Face-to-Face Conference is hosted by the Arts in Education Roundtable, NYC

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/) 
Frank Porter Graham Child Development InstituteWednesday, 01 May 2019

Steven Holochwost will be giving a talk entitled "Risk, Self-Regulation, and the Promise of Education" in Chapel Hill, NC. 

More information is available at: https://fpg.unc.edu

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/) 
2019 League of American National Orchestras ConferenceTuesday, 04 June 2019

Alan Brown and Dennie Palmer Wolf will speak at the 74th League of American National Orchestras Conference in Nashville, TN.


On June 3rd, Dennie Palmer Wolf will co-chair a session for the grantees of the Futures Fund, supported by the Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation.

On June 4th, Alan Brown will lead a session on Branded Series and Formats: Programmatic Innovation Driving Audience Diversification.

More information is available at:https://www.leagueconference2019.org/

Discussion of Tom Wolf's New Book, The Nightingale’s SonataWednesday, 05 June 2019

The book discussion will take place at Harvard Bookstore on Harvard Square, at 7 pm. This is a free event. More information about The Nightingale’s Sonata is available here.

Event for Tom Wolf's New Book, The Nightingale’s SonataFriday, 09 August 2019

This multi-media event will include live music, historical photographs and readings from the book. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the Rockport Opera House in Maine.  Tickets will be available through Bay Chamber Concerts and ticket buyers will receive a free signed copy of the book. More information about The Nightingale’s Sonata is available here.

 

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Society for Research in Child Development Biennial MeetingThursday, 21 March 2019

Steven Holochwost will be chairing a panel entitled "Self Regulation and Early School Success: New Perspectives and Methodologies" in Baltimore, MD. 

More information is available at: https://www.srcd.org/meetings/biennial-meeting

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/) 
Create JusticeWednesday, 06 March 2019

Create Justice will take place at Carnegie Hall in NYC on March 5 - 6. Dennie Wolf will be part of a session on "Centering Youth in the Research Process", sharing data collection tools developed in partnership with youth.

Accademia Teatro alla Scala, MilanMonday, 18 February 2019

Alan Brown returns for a fourth consecutive year as a guest lecturer in arts administration at the Accademia Teatro alla Scala, the conservatory and school affiliated with La Scala, Milan’s fabled opera house.

Chamber Music America Conference Wednesday, 16 January 2019

Joe Kluger will speak at “Copyright Issues in the Digital Age” a session for jazz performers and presenters. 

More information is available at: http://conference.chamber-music.org/

Pittsburgh Ballet TheatreTuesday, 04 December 2018

Alan Brown will facilitate a meeting of the board of directors of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre to establish context and goals for an upcoming long-range planning process.