THANK YOU to all who participated in the 3rd Annual #AskAConductor Day on Twitter earlier this week. Remarkable stuff! Some friendships were rekindled, some new ones made, and I’m hoping that those who like live music (orchestras, choirs, musicals, opera, film, etc.) are now more aware of what conductors actually do, how they do it, and why.
After all, that’s the purpose of giving you a global opportunity to ask a conductor whatever you want!
If you missed it, glean the incredible list of original tweets from the transcript linked below and make sure you join my mailing list so you get to hear about next year’s event ahead of time.
But grab a last-minute chance now – add your question in the comments below and I’ll put it to ‘the crew’ and have a go at answering it myself. We don’t want you non-Tweeters to be left behind, so ask away!
Here are some 2012 #AskAConductor stats:
- 1028 total tweets between December 11 & December 13 (Eastern Time)
- 860 original tweets, 68 Retweets
- 56 participants
- Most questions from gabriela_hb in El Salvador
- Top 3 tweeting conductors (excl. me):
Be sure to join in the fun next year!