Episode 3 of the REMOTE podcast: A great conversation with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra’s CEO, Matthew Loden, about the array of programs that the orchestra has put together to replace the fall programming they originally intended. It’s pretty cool to see some of the initiatives they’re taking part in the broader community, from the AGO to the YMCA.
We also talk about the nuances in how an orchestra gets to a more diverse and inclusive space, like the pros and cons of blind auditions for example.
It was a blast chatting with Matthew, I hope you enjoy it—please pass it on if you do, and keep an ear out for the next episode!
Click here for a list of the TSO’s programming for Fall 202
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