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  • From: "Rees, Fred J" <>
  • To: "Tom Snook" <>, "Ann Doyle" <>, <>, <>, <>
  • Subject: RE: Call for Participation
  • Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2007 17:46:27 -0400

We will definitely participate as well. 


Fred Rees,

Indiana University School of Music at IUPUI


From: Tom Snook [mailto:]
Sent: Monday, August 27, 2007 3:56 PM
To: Tom Snook; Ann Doyle; ; ;
Subject: RE: Call for Participation


Sorry Tish... I meant Tish Hurley... (not Trish).


From: Tom Snook [mailto:]
Sent: Monday, August 27, 2007 3:39 PM
To: Ann Doyle; ; ;
Subject: RE: Call for Participation

Ann NWS is definitely interested.  I have already gone on the website and also spoke to Trish.




Tom Snook, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer
New World Symphony ~ America`s Orchestral Academy
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The New World Symphony, America’s only full-time orchestral academy, prepares gifted graduates of prestigious music programs for successful careers in orchestras and ensembles. NWS has launched the careers of more than 630 young musicians now making a difference in the profession worldwide.


From: Ann Doyle [mailto:]
Sent: Friday, August 24, 2007 9:37 AM
To: ; ;
Subject: Call for Participation

Dear colleague --  Given your past interest and involvement in Internet2 Arts & Humanities Initiatives, I thought the following Call for Participation from the Philadelphia Orchestra may be of interest.   If you have questions about the project, feel free to contact Tish Hurley, Director of IT for the Philadelphia Orchestra, at .    All best.  -- Ann Doyle

The Philadelphia Orchestra is seeking to partner with ten institutions in the final pilot phase of a new initiative to multicast live orchestral concerts. This high-profile program utilizes cutting-edge technologies to reach audiences on college campuses and other institutions connected to the Internet2 network. In addition to testing the technology for high-definition video transmission, partners will be asked to participate in market research.    See below for application information.
Selected sites participate in multicasts on September 25 (7:30 PM EDT) and October 12 (1:30 PM EDT). 
September 25 Multicast
The multicast on September 25 is a live concert transmission, not open to the general public.  The multicast may be viewed by site administrators only at each participating school. 
October 12  Multicast
The multicast on October 12 is a live concert transmission that will be open to a general audience at each participating school.  The concert multicasts are provided free of charge to the partnering organizations.
To apply for participation in this pilot program, please visit:
For technical requirements and additional information, please visit:

Beginning January, 2008, The Orchestra presents a series of six concert multicasts to the Internet2 community. 
To receive the latest news regarding this program, please join the mailing list:
The Philadelphia Orchestra plans an innovative program of live concert distribution over Internet2. This groundbreaking program brings one of the world’s greatest Orchestras to audiences around the globe …LIVE and INTERACTIVE.
The Philadelphia Orchestra’s Global Concert Series provides the structure for an arts partnership that includes:

  • Interactive components at every concert and potential collaboration among venues
  • Music education and appreciation for students at all levels
  • Dynamic, low cost, high quality content for campus presentations -
  • from small venues to larger performing arts halls
  • Inter-departmental appeal with potential to integrate Philadelphia Orchestra programs into curriculum
  • A powerful tool to bring the local community to your venue for engaging, entertaining, and informative concerts by the world-renowned Philadelphia Orchestra, live from Philadelphia’s Verizon Hall at The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts

Ann Doyle, Arts & Humanities Initiatives

office: +1 734-352-7011

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