The Maestro Program

Making music, in whatever culture and context, concerns issues as communication, listening, rhythm, technique, preparation, improvisation, interpretation, rehearsal and performance. Concerts all over the world bring us a great variety of performing bodies: large and complex symphony orchestras, intimate chamber music ensembles and jazz groups.

Examining the diversity of organizational cultures raise questions concerning collaboration in general, including the roles (or the lack of them) of conductors, composers, soloists and accompanists. Different aspects of music making can provide stimulating insights into familiar management concerns such as leadership, teamwork, creativity, mentorship and personal development.

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Why and How?
Program Themes