June 1 - August 12

OCLP Zoom Room Information:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89214021623?pwd=cG94OTBCbC9LK1k5eExaczZCTUdrUT09

Meeting ID: 892 1402 1623
Passcode: 858375

OCLP Participant Resource Page

OCLP 2021 Participants will use this page to learn more about speakers and prepare for sessions each day. This page will be updated through the summer and should be used by OCLP Participants only. Articles and other pre-session assignments will be posted here. 

Participants will be asked to volunteer for two community events throughout the summer. Students can sign up below!

Week Seven

Assignments – July 20

Conductors Panel

July 20 – 9:30-10:30am

What goes on on the podium? In this panel, we will discuss what takes to become a conductor and the important role of the music director in an organization. 

Jeri Lynne Johnson – Founder and Artistic Director, Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra

Kelly Corcoran – Artistic Director, Intersection

Matthew Jenkins Jaroszewicz – Associate Conductor, Canton Symphony Orchestra

The Mental Health of a Musician

Julia Adolphe – Composer and creator of the Looseleaf Notebook

July 20 – 11:30am-12pm

It takes a lot to pursue a career in music. In  this conversation, Julia Adolphe will take questions from the group on mental health and wellness. The focus of this conversation is to be a springboard for how to pursue caring for ones mental health while navigating the complexities of being a musician. 

Assignments – July 22

Marketing for the Orchestra

Nathan Maslyk – Marketing Manager, Canton Symphony Orchestra

July 22 – 10-10:45am

What does marketing look like at the symphony and how can it be used to engage new audience and expand the mission of an organization? Nathan will share what the Canton Symphony Orchestra has done this past year and his plans to use our marketing to lead this organization into the future. 

Developing the Whole Orchestra

Giuliano Kornberg – Chief Revenue and Development Officer, Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera

July 22 – 11am-12pm

The way we fund our programming is key to the survival of an organization. What are the best practices for fundraising and how can we examine what we do to give ourselves the best chance to fund our programs? Giuliano will share some of his experiences and gives some ideas for how we can use fundraising to include a wider range of our community. 

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