Deborah Borda.

In Wednesday’s (11/15) (subscription required), Susan Elliott reports, “Deborah Borda may have exited the executive suites of the New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic,  Detroit Symphony, Handel and Haydn Society, et al.—all of which she has run and transformed with marked success—but, predictably, she’s not done. Announced today are two new ventures: First, BordaArts, a consultancy by which she remains executive advisor to the NY Phil and a partner with the Aspen Leadership Group; second, she’s to be the non-executive chair of Intermusica, a London-based artist management whose roster includes the likes of Yuja Wang, Leonidas Kavakos, and Marin Alsop. At Intermusica, she will succeed Martijn Sanders, who is stepping down after 16 years … Borda starts her job in January, 2024.”