THE “PARSIMONIOUS” CONDUCTOR? HOW ORCHESTRAS’ DISCIPLINE PREVENTS CONDUCTORS TO OVER-LEAD

By Emmanuel Coblence, Cyrille Sardais and Josée Lortie

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What do orchestra conductors actually do? How can arts leadership articulate both “discipline” and “creativity”? Through the use of ethnographic data and interviews, this study suggests that the orchestra conductor’s leadership relies on disciplinary devices to gain strength and freedom, while avoiding the trap of “over-leading”. Continue reading “THE “PARSIMONIOUS” CONDUCTOR? HOW ORCHESTRAS’ DISCIPLINE PREVENTS CONDUCTORS TO OVER-LEAD”

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