Conductors Roderick Cox, Jonathon Heyward, Michael Morgan, and Thomas Wilkins will participate in “Conductor’s Perspective: A Live Conversation Among Four American Conductors Across Generational Lines,” livestreamed on Friday, June 5 at 11 a.m. CST. Organized by Berlin-based American conductor Roderick Cox, the event is the first installment in a series of conversations centering prominent Black American conductors. The live feed will be available on Cox’s Facebook page at facebook.com/roderickcoxconductor on June 5. A Facebook account is not necessary to view the conversation, and all are invited to tune in. Roderick Cox is a German-based American conductor most recently holding the position of associate conductor at the Minnesota Orchestra. Jonathon Heyward is chief conductor designate of the Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie, a position that commences in January 2021. Michael Morgan is music director of the Oakland Symphony, music director emeritus of the Sacramento Philharmonic and Opera, artistic director of Oakland Symphony Youth Orchestra, and music director of Bear Valley Music Festival and Gateways Music Festival. Thomas Wilkins is music director of the Omaha Symphony, principal conductor of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, and the family and youth concert conductor at the Boston Symphony Orchestra.