Small nws excemption3 In Conversation with Howard Herring

Reflections | Howard Herring, Piano
Bt movie not in use Howard's background 00h:02m:58s
Bt movie not in use Importance of finding role models 00h:03m:59s
Bt movie not in use Transition into professional music world 00h:05m:00s
Bt movie not in use Nonprofit organization background 00h:05m:34s
Bt movie not in use How Howard started a festival 00h:06m:38s
Bt movie not in use Importance of listening 00h:08m:16s
Bt movie not in use Building the New World Symphony Hall 00h:08m:50s
Bt movie not in use Having a mix of confidence, persistence, and luck 00h:10m:15s
Bt movie not in use Questions from participants 00h:12m:23s
Bt movie not in use Building an audience at New World Symphony 00h:13m:20s
Bt movie not in use Finding audiences who appreciate "new music" 00h:16m:08s
Bt movie not in use Boosey and Hawkes commission collaboration 00h:18m:02s
Bt movie not in use Making a good impression of yourself 00h:21m:49s
Bt movie not in use Developing entrepreneurial skills 00h:23m:03s
Bt movie not in use "If you want money, ask for advice. If you want advice, ask for money." 00h:29m:23s
Bt movie not in use Future of symphonies 00h:31m:30s
Bt movie not in use Working with Frank Gehry 00h:34m:42s
Bt movie not in use Working with different demographics (i.e. yoga, dancer, bicyclist groups) for "artistic crossover" 00h:39m:55s


Virtual Hangout: NWS President and CEO Howard Herring leads a conversation on entrepreneurship, training and creative thinking in classical music, as well as what experiences led him to a position as the CEO of an orchestra. NWS Bass Fellow Nathan Lutz and Oboe Fellow Kevin Pearl also help guide the discussion.



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Howard Herring
Piano

Howard Herring is a native of Oklahoma, a pianist by training, and now President and CEO of the New World Symphony. In 1986, he became executive director of the Caramoor Music Festival, leading that institution through the establishment of an endowment and the creation of two programs; Rising Stars/Caramoor Virtuosi and Bel Canto at Caramoor. He assumed leadership at the New World Symphony in 2001 with the charge of revitalizing the institution’s national and international profile and marshaling the forces necessary to create a facility to support the institutions future. In January 2011, New World Symphony opened a musical laboratory designed by Frank Gehry, on time and on budget. The program-driven building was designed to further the education of its Fellows, explore digital technology, serve the Miami community, and establish the New World Symphony as a crossroads of Western musical thought.