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Join the Tessitura Network for inspiration, collaboration, and innovation and watch our five general sessions that were streamed live from TLCC2016.
Jack Rubin, Tessitura Network
Sunday, August 7, 6:45pm US Eastern
President Jack Rubin delivered the Conference Welcome, "Our Bright Future Together," setting the stage for our annual gathering.
Chuck Reif and Kristin Darrow, Tessitura Network
Monday, August 8, 5:45pm US Eastern
Senior Vice Presidents Chuck Reif and Kristin Darrow presented the newest features, functionality, and technology initiatives for Tessitura. Our annual technology address is the best opportunity of the week to hear an overview of what’s coming for all Tessitura products.
Moderator: Julie Burstein
Panelists: Sherri Prentiss, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra; Rand Suffolk, High Museum of Art; Alida Szabo, Chicago Shakespeare Theater
Tuesday, August 9, 2:15pm US Eastern
One of the hallmarks of knowledge sharing within the Tessitura Community and at TLCC is the rich cross-pollination of ideas among different types of organizations and disciplines. During Tuesday's general session, our keynote panel will talk about how cross-genre collaborations on stage, in concert halls, and in galleries lead to new opportunities for audience development, community engagement, and the unexpected. Julie Burstein, a Peabody Award-winning radio producer, TED speaker, and best-selling author of Spark: How Creativity Works, will moderate this lively conversation.
Wednesday, August 10, 9:15am US Eastern
Experience Tessitura’s Innovator Series presented live from the stage of TLCC. This ongoing program of brief and inspiring presentations by industry innovators advances insight and innovation in the business of arts and culture.
Heather Walker, Royal Opera House
The Journey from Customer Care to Visitor Experience
Annie Burridge, Opera Philadelphia
Embracing Innovation by Partnering for Success
Nik Honeysett, Balboa Park Online Collaborative
Our Enchanted Future
Andrew Recinos and Jack Rubin, Tessitura Network
Thursday, August 11, 1:10pm US Eastern
Some cultural organizations just feel, fundamentally, like HOME – to their audiences, donors, students. These organizations seem to have tapped into a deep, intangible connection with their constituents, which ultimately contributes greatly to their success. Having spent time with hundreds of Tessitura organizations, Executive Vice President Andrew Recinos shares observations on what makes these particular organizations special and how we can learn from them.
In keeping with tradition, the last order of business for our 2016 Conference was President Jack Rubin’s highly anticipated reveal of the location for TLCC2017.
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