#OrchChat – January 2013
Twitter was the home of another FABULOUS discussion amongst some passionate orchestra enthusiasts last night!
#OrchChat was scheduled for one hour and although it got off to a slow start, people from around the world joined in and the discussions got meaty. I’m thrilled so many people participated and some have already made terrific suggestions for next month’s session.
The three topics we explored, with very interesting perspectives from performers and audiences, were:
- Public Self-Condemnation: does the language orchestras use turn people off?
- Dull vs. Sparkling: ballet, opera, film, video games all have visual elements. Are orchestra concerts boring?
- Why should orchestras use Twitter?
What are your thoughts about these topics, and what topics would you like to discuss? Add your comments below this post.
- 183 tweets
- 16 participants
- Top tweeters (excl. me):
- AzuriteEnigma (24)
- AudienceDevSpec (22)
- CStarek (17)
- pianobug (17)
Click this link to read the transcript:
THANK YOU to the following participants who I hope will join you and me next time on Tuesday, February 12 at 6pm Eastern Time: