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”

CAN TWO HEADS LEAD? THE ART VERSUS THE COMMERCE ORIENTED MANAGER IN FILM PROJECTS

By Joris Ebbers and Nachoem Wijnberg

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Film projects have a dual-leadership structure, based on a division of tasks between the director and the producer, with the former predominantly responsible for the artistic and the latter for the commercial aspects of the film. The 1st Assistant Director (1st AD), who is positioned hierarchically below and between these dual leaders, plays an important role in managing conflicts between art and commerce.

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