The Conduct of Good Leadership
Work with Mike Lewis and David Glover, from the Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra as they relate the nuances of conducting this amazing local orchestra to being a leader of a company. Engage in beautiful music and discussion surrounding this performing art as it relates to your team and business.
Prerecorded excerpts will be presented from the magical Historic Theatre stage, providing an entertaining backdrop to this workshop. Additionally, David will conduct your team as an “orchestra” through a few numbers, putting your leadership skills to the test!
Meet Our Facilitators:
Mike Lewis – Executive Director, Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra
A familiar face in the Lynchburg business community for four decades, Mike has worked with local companies and organizations of all types and sizes. He is particularly interested in developing collaborative and synergistic relationships between organizations and is always looking for unique or unexpected opportunities. Following a successful career with local media companies and the Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance, he became Executive Director of the Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra in 2020.
David Glover – Music Director, Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra
Known for his exciting and passionate music-making, David Glover is recognized as one of the rising stars of his generation. In addition to his position as Music Director of the Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra, he recently concluded tenure as the Associate Conductor of the North Carolina Symphony and is currently the conductor of the Triangle Youth Philharmonic in Raleigh, NC, as well as artistic director of its parent organization, the Philharmonic Association. This coming year, Glover makes return guest appearances with the Charlotte Symphony and has recently appeared with the Hendersonville (NC) Symphony and the Furman University Orchestra.
Time & Costs:
1.5-hour workshop – $20 per person
To learn more, contact Tabitha Abbott, Director of Operations, by email at [email protected]