A conversation with Jesse Rosen, League of American Orchestras head

A conversation with Jesse Rosen, League of American Orchestras head
Should American orchestras be changing their tune? What if Yo-Yo Ma were an orchestra? How are audiences’ tastes affecting classical programming? Those were some of the topics addressed by Jesse Rosen, president and CEO of the League of American Orchestras …
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Midstate orchestras face financial challenges
Maestro Stuart Malina, who is about to enter his 15th season as music director of the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra, has no doubts about the quality of the professional orchestra he leads. The dozens of professional musicians who gather at The Forum each …
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Data Envelopment Analysis in the Strategic Management of Youth Orchestras
Nonprofit arts organizations need to develop more effective mechanisms for self-regulation in response to increasing government regulation and to meet organizational expectations. In this article, I measure the management of the relative efficiency among …
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Cynthia Cooper-Dyke Resigns As USC Women’s Basketball Head Coach

SportsCynthia Cooper-Dyke Resigns As USC Women’s Basketball Head Coach
USC women’s basketball head coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke announced today (March 3) that she has resigned after four seasons guiding the Women of Troy. “I absolutely love USC and I always want what is best for this university,” said Cooper-Dyke. “What is best …
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Sanchez out as UNM Lobos women’s basketball coach
Yvonne Sanchez’s five-year tenure as University of New Mexico women’s basketball coach ended suddenly but not quietly Friday. UNM athletic director Paul Krebs informed Sanchez in a 9 a.m. meeting that she had been fired one year into a four-year …
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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CAN’T OVERCOME SLOW START IN 72-65 LOSS TO EASTERN WASHINGTON
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Sacramento State scored just 22 points in the first half and, despite rallying to take the lead early in the third quarter, could not fully overcome a poor shooting start in a 72-65 loss on Thursday against Eastern Washington.
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Want to ski an active volcano with tons of powder? Head for Niseko

sportWant to ski an active volcano with tons of powder? Head for Niseko
From the ridge of the crater, the nearby resorts, runs and forests of snow-covered pine and silver birch can be seen stretching into the distance. “The run is not the most epic but it is the best snow conditions you’ll find for any backcountry skiing …
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Cascades’ new snow freshens ski slopes for final weekend of Oregon spring break
After 10 inches of new snow, rain returned briefly on Wednesday, but all things considered, it was a good tradeoff for the kind on ski season it’s been in Oregon’s mountains. “This storm set us up for a fun spring break weekend,” said Dave Tragethon, …
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Mt. Bachelor plans to ski into May in central Oregon despite low-snow winter
Speeding down Thunderbird in preparation for United States Collegiate Skiing and Snowboarding Association national championships. A Monday on the slopes at Mt. Bachelor Ski Area, near Bend, Oregon, during a low snow winter but still with high …
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10 Musicians With Face and Head Tattoos

music10 Musicians With Face and Head Tattoos
Fortunately for some of our finer tattoo artists, rock stars don’t have to worry about what the boss might think, and quite a few of them have ended up taking the plunge. Our sister site Loudwire has paid tribute to a handful of these brave ink-lovin …
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White Lion’s Mike Tramp Outraged Over German Plane Crash
White Lion frontman Mike Tramp is wondering aloud why things like last week’s German airline tragedy keep happening. “When will this s– stop?” he angrily asks. “My heart is full with pain for the ones who never made it home,” Tramp adds via Facebook, …
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Carter Alan’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Diary: March 28 in Classic Rock History
What else happened on this day in rock n’ roll history? Here’s the Rock N’ Roll Diary for March 28, from the College of Classic Rock Knowledge – 100.7 WZLX! 1964: The Beatles became the first rock group to be immortalized at Madame Tussaud’s famous …
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