Current News

  • As their labor agreement expired last November, the San Francisco Symphony musicians have called attention to the situation on Facebook and their website. Read more here.

  • The Louisville Orchestra is going on a two-year journey across their state, a tour made possible through a budget appropriation from the Kentucky state legislature. Read more here.

  • The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra announces it has retired its bank debt for fiscal year 2022, ending the year free of debt for the first time since 2001. Read more here.

  • The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra has announced a $100 million dollar renovation of Powell Hall. Read more here.

  • The Minnesota Orchestra announces a $655,575 operating loss in 2022, down from a $6.3 million loss in 2021. Read more here.

  • The 2023 nominees for GRAMMY awards in classical music have been announced. Read more here.

Of Continuing Interest

  • ICSOM is pleased to publish a video with highlights from the opening day of our 60th annual conference, held in Grand Rapids MI. Click here to view.

  • ICSOM's monthly video series Musician Profiles: Celebrating Racial Diversity features one-on-one interviews with our ICSOM Musicians of Color, their experiences, and how they view the need for racial diversity within our orchestras. Read more here.

  • Pension Fund Information:
    Register on the AFM-EPF website "Participant Portal" to access your Pension Fund information. For assistance call the Fund Office at 1-800-833-8065, x1295. Visit website.

  • The ICSOM Directory is now searchable online. Current and Emeritus members must sign in to access this service, which can be found under the REFERENCE tab, or click here.

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