INSTITUTIONS

ACADEMIC CURATORS

Nine world-class institutions—leading universities and think tanks—guide the design, delivery, and evaluation of Modules. Certain Modules are taught live online to allow Cohort Members to rapidly apply learnings to their home organizations and communities, while other Modules bring the full international Cohort together in person for immersive courses on-site in dynamic settings.  

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The guidance of Curating Institutions ensuring that the wide-ranging GLP Module curriculum is guided at all times by leading academics and cutting-edge thinkers.

# Live Seminar Hours

CIVIC LEADERSHIP TEACHING ARTISTRY CULTURAL AGENCY SOCIAL ENTERPRISE

The GLP’s tailored curriculum proceeds through 12 curated Modules that build an integrated toolkit around four central themes essential to the next generation of change-makers in music.

Four Pillars of the Curriculum

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Curating Institutions ensure a learning progression where expertise is sequentially built along a pathway to graduation. Practitioner guest speakers augment learnings with real-world advice.

# Transformative Modules

CURATING INSTITUTIONS

 The Schulich School of Music at McGill University is home to a diverse community of musician scholars.. The school offers more than 45 undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs, and presents hundreds of public events each year.

The David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS) at Harvard University works to contribute to democracy, social progress, and sustainable development throughout the Western hemisphere.

The Social Science Research Institute (SSRI) at Duke University brings together researchers with interests in problems that cross the various social and behavioral sciences, including problems that connect with the humanities and natural sciences. 

The Social Innovation Lab (SIL) at The Johns Hopkins University supports innovative organizations and disruptive technologies that aim to create change, providing social entrepreneurs the tools to develop into thriving ventures that make a measurable impact.

An initiative of the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, GSEI fosters innovation generated by cross-sector partnerships to bear on the world’s most pressing problems by emphasizing implementation and measurable social change. 

The OpEx Institute is an expert resource for organizations and individuals to design their enterprise to achieve Operational Excellence. The Institute’s renowned faculty has helped hundreds of global companies from startups to Fortune 500 firms.

The League of American Orchestras leads, supports, and champions America’s orchestras as a nexus of knowledge, innovation, advocacy, and leadership advancement through its conferences, Symphony magazine, and training  programs.

El Sistema USA supports people and organizations inspired by Venezuela’s monumental music education program through conversation and ongoing inquiry into the most effective ways to achieve youth development goals through music instruction. 

The Foundation Center is the leading source of information about philanthropy worldwide. Through data, analysis, and training, it connects people who want to change the world to the resources they need to succeed. 

2018 MODULES

McGill University — The Schulich School of Music

– TEACHING ARTISTRY FOR COMMUNITIES
– MUSIC & THE MIND: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH
– SYSTEMS OF MUSIC EDUCATION

Duke University — The Social Science Research Institute

– UNDERSTANDING CONTEXT, MEASURING IMPACT

El Sistema USA

– INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC & SOCIAL JUSTICE
– FRAMEWORKS FOR ADVOCACY & ACTION

Harvard University — The David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies

– CULTURAL AGENCY: THE ARTS & PROBLEM SOLVING

Georgetown University — McDonough Business School, Global Social Enterprise Initiative

– INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP

The League of American Orchestras

– TOOLKIT: ACCOUNTING, LAW, POLICY

The Institute for Operational Excellence

– OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE

The Foundation Center

– REVENUE STRATEGIES: PATHS TO FINANCING

The Johns Hopkins University — Social Innovation Lab

– SUSTAINED SUCCESS: CREATIVITY & RENEWAL

“The Global Leaders Program radically transformed my perception of the impact that music can achieve.”

Manuel Figueroa, Double Bass, Chile (2013 Cohort)
Founder – Chamber Music Festival of Chile