Matías Tarnopolsky and The Philadelphia Orchestra: Excellence, Innovation and Creativity Onstage & Offstage

August 1, 2020

Hosted by Robert Rimm

This podcast is brought to you by Better to Speak of It, a book of key leadership, management and personal values written in collaboration with Carnegie Hall’s Executive and Artistic Director Clive Gillinson.

Now available from Arch Street Press

The Philadelphia Orchestra is one of the preeminent orchestras in the world renowned for its distinctive sound, and is committed to excellence, innovation and creativity both onstage and off. At home and abroad, under conductor Yannick Nézet Séguin, the orchestra performs, encourages music-making and enriches the lives of listeners while participating in a full range of community activities that have made a lasting impact. Click here for details on the exciting 2019-20 season!

Matías Tarnopolsky was appointed president and chief executive officer of The Philadelphia Orchestra in 2018. He came to Philadelphia from Cal Performances at the University of California, Berkeley, where he was executive and artistic director since 2009. He brings to Philadelphia the vision that he articulated while at Cal Performances—artistic excellence, advocacy and accessibility—which informs all aspects of the Orchestra’s internationally recognized performing arts and educational programs.

A classically trained musician, Matías received degrees in music and musicology from the University of London’s King’s College. In 2013, he was named one of Musical America’s international “Movers & Shakers: 30 Key Influencers in the Performing Arts.”

Encore broadcast – originally aired April 25, 2019.