@OrchLeague National Conference in #Detroit – Watch opening in livestream June 6, 4pm ET

Livestream

Opening Plenary

League of American Orchestras; 72nd National Conference

from the

Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center

Tuesday, June 6, 2017 4:00pm-5:30pm Eastern

Detroit Rising: Stories of Renewal

Home of DSO downtown Detroit

 

Economics, race, immigration, urban versus suburban, arts and culture, and of course transportation – this being the Motor City – all converge in a story about transformation and how to lead in the face of tremendous adversity.

Watch and listen to the Opening Plenary of the League’s 2017 Conference as civic, business, and cultural leaders reveal the powerful interplay of their paths and how they’ve become change agents in building a new Detroit for all.

 

Welcome Speakers

Mark Davidoff, board chairman, Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Anne Parsons, president and CEO, Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Jesse Rosen, president and CEO, League of American Orchestras

Patricia Richards, board chair, League of American Orchestras

Welcome from Ford Motor Company

James G. Vella, president, Ford Motor Company Fund and Community Services

Gold Baton Award Presentation

Ann Hobson Pilot, former principal harp of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, will receive the League’s 2017 Gold Baton Award, the League of American Orchestras’ highest honor, given annually for distinguished service to America’s orchestras.

Panel Discussion, Detroit Rising: Stories of Renewal

Matt Cullen, principal, Rock Ventures LLC; CEO, JACK Entertainment LLC

Hassan Jaber, executive director, Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services (ACCESS)

Mariam Noland, president, Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan

Shirley Stancato, president and CEO, New Detroit

Moderator: Mark Stryker, arts reporter and music critic, Detroit Free Press (1995-2016)

 

Watch live at 4PM ET, Tuesday, June 6.

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