From David Cutler: The fact that many American orchestras struggle to survive is no secret. In the past few years, top-tier ensembles in Philadelphia, Syracuse, Honolulu, Detroit, Louisville, Dallas, and New Mexico have cancelled concerts, issued pay cuts, declared bankruptcy, or closed their doors. Reversing this trend will likely require more than savvier social media use, fundraising efforts, or other one-dimensional potions. Members of the New World Symphony are daring to re-imagine the business model of orchestras from the bottom up. · Go to Re-imagining the orchestra at the New World Symphony →