Current
news

ICSOM’S CALL TO ACTION swiftly reaches over $250,000 in SUPPORT of MUSICIANS of the BALTIMORE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Read more here.

Letter of support from the St. Louis Symphony Musicians to the locked out Baltimore Symphony Musicians. Read it here.

Fewer people are auditioning to play with the Pittsburgh Symphony. What, if anything, does this mean? Read more here.

At the Philadelphia Orchestra, a record-breaking $55 million gift raises the bar for local philanthropy — and that’s not all. Read more here.

Current Baltimore Symphony Orchestra foundation board won’t be able to attract new funders. Read more here.

Baltimore Symphony Musicians play for a loyal audience of 5,000+ fans, despite being locked out, in a triumphant celebration of our country's greatness. Read more here.

Daniel E. Beckley is the newly appointed executive director of the Kansas City Symphony. Read more here.

Former Baltimore Symphony Orchestra music director Yuri Temirkanov backs players in bitter labor dispute. Read more here.

Detroit Symphony Orchestra improved its financial standing with openness and trust. The BSO can do the same. Read more here.

Former Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's music director David Zinman walked the picket line, declaring he was shocked, mortified and horrified for what is being attempted against the BSO musicians. Read more here.

ICSOM issues CALL TO ACTION in support of the members of the Baltimore Symphony. Read more...

Kansas City Symphony

Kinder Konzert: The Science of Sound and Music

Of continuing
interest

The 101st AFM Convention members wrote an emergency resolution regarding the members of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra ... read more.

Elections are to be held at the 2019 conference for the positions of ICSOM President, Secretary and two Governing Board Members-at-Large. Read more details here.

Bruce Ridge authors book on ICSOM. Read more here.

COMPOSED: A documentary about performance anxiety and orchestra musicians. Read more here.

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.

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.