#MBALecture: A case of shared leadership by the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

April 15, 2015 - 11.30 am - Bologna Business School - Villa Guastavillani, Via degli Scalini 18 - Bologna

In New York an orchestra without a director. Leadership based on the skills, competence, and passion of its members. When music teaches companies how to make group decisions.

Read the article published by Corriere della Sera [Italian].

 

“Empowering Organizations. A case of shared leadership by the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra” is the title for this lecture. Below the program:

 

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION
Max Bergami Dean, Bologna Business School

GUEST SPEAKERS
Krishna Thiagarajan Executive Director, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
Maddalena da Lisca General Director, Bologna Festival

CLOSING COMMENTS
Andrea Lipparini Professor of Strategy, University of Bologna and Executive MBA Director

 

RSVP
mbalectures@bbs.unibo.it
T. +39 0512090124

 

The same day, at 8.30 p.m, Bologna Festival organizes at Teatro Manzoni the concert of Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and the Turkish imaginative pianist-composer Fazil Say. Bologna concert is the only Italian date and the first concert of the European tour leading the orchestra to Germany, Austria and Hungary.
Performing without a conductor in challenging programs, Orpheus rotates musical leadership roles for each work, following the original method that places democracy at the center of artistic execution. The programme includes one of the most intense Mozart Piano Concertos, the famousK.488, and Haydn Symphony n.80. Wagner Siegfried-Idyll is performed in its original chamber version. The concert programme also comprises the European premiere of a newly commissioned work for Orpheus by Fazil Say. In this sense, the artist reaffirms his role of committed pianist-composer, which was very common from 18th to 20th century.

Special ticket price for BBS COMMUNITY showing a registration document to the ticket office Bologna Welcome, Piazza Maggiore 1/E (Tuesday-Saturday h 13-19).

 

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