On May 15, 2013, Gary Ginstling, the new president and CEO of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra sat down for a chat with IBJ’s Arts & Entertainment Editor Lou Harry. Gary spoke out his goals for the ISO, his time spent as an executive in Silicon Valley and about the worst (and best) performances he’s ever been a part of.
Listen in to the full conversation: INconversation with Gary Ginstling
Only have time for a few short snippets? Check these out:
How does an arts organization survive?
How does the ISO know when it’s doing well?
What does the ISO have that other orchestras around the country lack?
The ideal audience
What matters most...
View a visual interpretation of the event, created by a student at IUPUI’s Herron School of Art & Design.
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