Last fall, I interviewed Paul Hogle, Dean of the Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM) to discusses his views on the future of symphony orchestras and 21st century music education. Prior to CIM, Mr. Hogle served as the Executive Vice President of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO), and held posts in senior fundraising and education with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. During one of the most tumultuous times in its history, Mr. Hogle helped to rebuild and reinvent the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Under his leadership, the DSO experienced growth in subscription sales, fundraising, the DSO patron base, and has since built an international webcast audience which now approaches one million viewers. Beyond his experience as an Executive Director, Mr. Hogle is also a passionate educator, encouraging millennial musicians to take charge and ownership of their own career.