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Ithaca College Director of Orchestras Jeffery Meyer traveled to St. Louis, MO, last week to receive one of 19 ASCAP Awards for Adventurous Programming, distributed at the League of American Orchestras 68th National Conference.

ASCAP and the League of American Orchestras present the awards annually to orchestras of all sizes for programs that challenge the audience, build the repertoire and increase interest in music of our time.

More information on the award can be found in the official press release.

Accepting the award on behalf of the Ithaca College Symphony Orchestra for the third year in a row, Meyer was in the company of some fine conductors, music directors and musicians from across the nation.

Pictured Above | Representatives from some of the orchestras gathered to celebrate. Photo by Jeff Curry

From Left to Right:
Allen Alexander, Director of Symphonic and Educational Licensing, ASCAP
Jonathan McPhee, music director, Lexington Symphony
Alison Bolton, Director of Artistic Operations, Albany Symphony Orchestra
Krishna Thiagarajan, Executive Director, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
Simon Woods, Executive Director, Seattle Symphony
Troy Peters, music director, Youth Orchestras of San Antonio
Jeffery Meyer, Director of Orchestras, Ithaca College Symphony Orchestra
Alan Silow, Executive Director, Santa Rosa Symphony
Taylor Saleeby, Concert Coordinator, Los Angeles Philharmonic


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