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The head of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is refuting claims made earlier this week by musicians that management has been making financial decisions without any consultation or negotiations with the members of the orchestra.
Musicians from the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra say negotiations with the organization’s management are nonexistent as the current contract is set to expire in less than two months and another round of furloughs has begun.
In 2020, the ISO will hire a new concertmaster, begin the search for a new conductor, and negotiate a new contract with its musicians. And all of this comes while its leaders try to pull the orchestra out of the red.
When he leaves, Krzysztof Urbanski will have been with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra for a decade, after joining in 2011 as the youngest artistic leader of any major American orchestra.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is conducting a feasibility study on its office space needs that could lead it to leave the 17-story, 107-year-old building it owns behind Hilbert Circle Theatre.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra confirmed Tuesday morning that Krzysztof Urbanski’s contract has been extended. The new deal with the 35-year-old conductor is shorter than the typical music director contract, according to an orchestra consultant.
The first episode of the Indianapolis Business Journal’s new weekly podcast explore how future leaders can use the experience of making music to learn how to inspire great performances from their workforces.
Participants in a unique Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra program use music to better understand management styles.
James Johnson will take over the largest arts-related employer in Indiana, where he’ll oversee 55 administrative staff members, 74 full-time musicians and a $26 million operating budget.
Bassoonist John Wetherill, 63, alleged years of age discrimination and harassment by Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra conductor Krzysztof Urbanski, and said ISO leadership knowingly allowed it to occur.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra experienced its fifth straight year of record ticket sales during the 2016-17 season while meeting budget projections for the fourth time in five years.
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra CEO Gary Ginstling is leaving the ISO to become executive director of the National Symphony Orchestra, the NSO announced Monday.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra has quickly found a new title sponsor for its Symphony on the Prairie summer concert series after Marsh Supermarkets ended its 35-year run.
The beleaguered supermarket chain had sponsored the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s summer outdoor concert series for 35 years.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is defending its conductor and leaders, describing claims of age discrimination and harassment made by a tenured musician as “outlandish” and “baseless.”
A federal lawsuit filed by principal bassoonist John Wetherill accuses Music Director Krzysztof Urbanski and Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra managers of trying to push out musicians older than 40 to replace them with younger and lower-paid performers.
Indiana Repertory Theatre will open season with “Curious Incident.” The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra schedule includes Audra McDonald, Joshua Bell and Renee Fleming.