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Dean's Symposiums

Convened and hosted by Peabody Dean Fred Bronstein, this series builds on the success of the “What’s Next?” symposium held in October 2014, presenting innovative artists and thought leaders in the music industry addressing the issues facing music and musicians today.

Previous symposium guests have included author and journalist Norman Lebrecht, the president and CEO of New World Symphony, Howard Herring, International Contemporary Ensemble founder Claire Chase, Le Poisson Rouge co-founders David Handler and Justin Kantor, the President of the Kennedy Center, Deborah Rutter, dean of the University of Michigan's School of Music, Theatre, and Dance, Aaron Dworkin, author of Mozart in the Jungle, Blair TindallThe New Yorker music critic, Alex Ross, and UCLA Distinguished Professor, Peter Sellars.

Dean's Symposium: Peter Sellars
April 17, 2017

Upcoming Dean's Symposiums

All planned events will be free and open to the public, as well as available to view online via live stream. Read the full press release on the Symposiums.


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