1. Mobiliser l’auditoire au moyen de nouvelles formules de concerts

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    Alan Brown, WolfBrown; Howard Herring et Craig Hall, New World Symphony Le New World Symphony, à la fois académie orchestrale et producteur de concerts de Miami, en Floride, est un des orchestres d’avant-garde qui s’efforcent de développer de nouveaux auditoires au moyen de nouvelles formules de concerts. Cette séance servira à faire une synthèse de l’expérience du NWS dans la recherche et le développement d’une gamme de nouvelles formules au cours des cinq dernières années. Elle donnera aussi l’occasion de discuter des grandes questions liées à la créativité en matière de programmation, de techniques d’évaluation et d’obstacles au changement. Howard Herring et Craig Hall donneront un aperçu des efforts déployés par le NWS pour bâtir des auditoires et renforcer leur engagement. Ils retraceront l’évolution de quatre formules de concerts aux divers cycles de l’évaluation, de l’évolution du contenu des concerts et des révisions apportées au plan marketing. Alan Brown, chercheur spécialisé dans le domaine des arts, expliquera les outils d’évaluation utilisés par le NWS pour recueillir les commentaires de l’auditoire et traitera de l’impact intrinsèque des programmes et de leurs résultats. Après une séance d’information, les participants seront invités à décrire leurs propres essais en matière de nouvelles formules de concerts ainsi que leurs aspirations pour l’avenir.

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    • Building Engagement through Alternative Concert Formats: New World Symphony

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      New World Symphony Presenters: Howard Herring, President and CEO Craig Hall, Vice President of Communications Alan Brown, Audience Research Consultant Introduction: Katherine Carleton, Orchestras Canada Executive Director Orchestras Canada National Meeting 2013 May 30th, 2013 Toronto, Ontario Overview: Among the orchestras at the forefront of developing new audiences through experimentation with new concert formats is the New World Symphony, an orchestral academy and concert producer based in Miami, Florida. This session will summarize NWS’s experience with the research and development of a range of new concert formats over the past five years, and provide an opportunity to discuss larger issues related to creativity in programming, assessment techniques, and obstacles to change. Howard Herring and Craig Hall will provide an overview of NWS’s efforts to build audiences and deep engagement. They will trace the evolution of four concert formats through multiple cycles of assessment, concert content evolution and marketing revisions. Arts researcher Alan Brown will illustrate the assessment tools used by NWS to gather audience feedback, and describe the intrinsic impact of the programs and their results. Following an initial briefing, participants will be invited to share their own stories of experimentation with concert formats, as well as their aspirations for the future.

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      • SoundNotion - Episode 4 (2/6/11)

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        SoundNotion is the weekly podcast for new music and music news. Topics include self-publishing composers, the New World Symphony’s brand new concert hall, the New York Philharmonic’s digital archives, the Detroit Symphony’s efforts to save the rest of their season, and more. This week's panel: David MacDonald - http://davidmacdonaldmusic.com Geoff Deibel - http://geoffreydeibel.com Patrick Gullo - http://patrickgullo.com Sam Merciers - http://sammerciers.com For more information or to subscribe to this podcast, go to http://soundnotion.tv Show notes: http://www.soundnotion.tv/2011/02/soundnotion-episode-4/

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        • Craig von Buseck on Harry T. Burleigh, a Legacy Worth Remembering

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          Author Criag von Buseck returns to Heritage of Truth to remind the world of an African American legacy, Harry T. Burleigh. If not for Burleigh, most of the Negro spirituals would have been lost and a uniquely American form of music would not now exist. David Teems calls Burleigh "a pioneering spirit, one of those rare musical types that gave the soul of this nation its voice." Buseck's book about Burleigh, NOBODY KNOWS, has received stunning reviews. Jerry B. Jenkins called the book Buseck's "magnum opus."

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          • Malachi Black at New World Symphony

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            Poet Malachi Black reads at the New World Center in Miami Beach, FL in April 2014, as part of New World Symphony's annual "New Work" concert. This performance was part of an ongoing partnership between O, Miami and New World Symphony.

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            • New World Symphony Interview by Vida Miami TV

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              Jessica being interviewed by Leticia Wiermann, TV host for Vida Online TV regarding her fashion styling and trends.

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              • Chronograph [Overview]

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                Casey Reas and Tal Rosner collaborated to create Chronograph, a site-specific software mural for the Frank Gehry-designed home of the New World Symphony in Miami. Created for the building's 7,000-square-foot exterior projection wall, this large-scale installation takes its inspiration directly from the new building and the surrounding historical art deco neighborhood of Miami Beach. Based on thousands of photographs taken over the course of the construction of the new building and images of local architecture, the ever-changing mural shifts between the recognizable and the abstract, animating and creating new forms on the building's surface. Using the same visual source material, the mural is punctuated by hourly videographic events marking the top of each hour, achieved by altering aspects of the work's choreography - detail, pacing, palette, rhythm, geometry, and pattern. Custom-written software creates not only create hourly cycles, but generate an ever-changing visual experience over time for new and repeat visitors. The Chronograph wall features 365 compositions and has been presented on New World Symphony’s façade from dusk to midnight since January 2011. Video courtesy of the artists and bitforms gallery nyc. To learn more about Reas' work, please visit: bit.ly/GIbPxF bit.ly/GDEh4W

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                • "Chronograph" (2011) by Casey Reas and Tal Rosner

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                  "Chronograph", 2011 permanent site-specific digital mural commission for the New World Symphony, Miami generative animation custom software, computer Casey Reas and Tal Rosner collaborated to create "Chronograph", a site-specific software mural for the Frank Gehry-designed home of the New World Symphony in Miami. Created for the building's 7,000-square-foot exterior projection wall, this large-scale installation takes its inspiration directly from the new building and the surrounding historical art deco neighborhood of Miami Beach. Based on thousands of photographs taken over the course of the construction of the new building and images of local architecture, the ever-changing mural shifts between the recognizable and the abstract, animating and creating new forms on the building's surface. Using the same visual source material, the mural is punctuated by hourly videographic events marking the top of each hour, achieved by altering aspects of the work's choreography - detail, pacing, palette, rhythm, geometry, and pattern. Custom-written software creates not only create hourly cycles, but generate an ever-changing visual experience over time for new and repeat visitors. Video courtesy of the artist and bitforms gallery nyc. To learn more about Reas' work, please visit: bit.ly/GIbPxF bit.ly/GDEh4W

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                  • Chronograph [Overview]

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                    Casey Reas and Tal Rosner collaborated to create Chronograph, a site-specific software mural for the Frank Gehry-designed home of the New World Symphony in Miami. Created for the building's 7,000-square-foot exterior projection wall, this large-scale installation takes its inspiration directly from the new building and the surrounding historical art deco neighborhood of Miami Beach. Based on thousands of photographs taken over the course of the construction of the new building and images of local architecture, the ever-changing mural shifts between the recognizable and the abstract, animating and creating new forms on the building's surface. Using the same visual source material, the mural is punctuated by hourly videographic events marking the top of each hour, achieved by altering aspects of the work's choreography - detail, pacing, palette, rhythm, geometry, and pattern. Custom-written software creates not only create hourly cycles, but generate an ever-changing visual experience over time for new and repeat visitors. The Chronograph wall features 365 compositions and has been presented on New World Symphony’s façade from dusk to midnight since January 2011.

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                    • Timo: Bio

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                      Timo grew up in Connecticut and currently lives in Brooklyn, NY. He performs widely, focusing on the music of his contemporaries. He earned a bachelors and a masters degree from Yale University. His debut album, Shy and Mighty, is ten interrelated pieces for piano, performed in tandem with David Kaplan on second Piano. His recent compositional works include commissions by the Carnegie Hall Ensemble, Gabriel Kahane, the Metropolis Ensemble, and the New World Symphony. Fortnight Journal: Edition IV For more on Timo and his work, visit Fortnight Journal at http://fortnightjournal.com/. © Fortnight Journal, Project of the Fourteen Foundation 2012

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