Twenty-one U.S. orchestras will receive grants from the League of American Orchestras’ recently launched American Orchestras’ Futures Fund, which supports innovation and experimentation. The two-year grants, which range from $80,000 to $150,000 each, are made possible by the generous support of the Ann & Gordon Getty Foundation. The initiatives funded in this round include a wide array of innovation efforts, from community and neighborhood residencies, programs redefining the concert experience, and initiatives aimed at increasing audience diversity, to new organizational practices, artistic collaborations, and the use of new technologies in the concert hall. The orchestras for the 2017-19 grants are the Albany Symphony, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Dallas Symphony, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Handel and Haydn Society, Houston Symphony, Knoxville Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Minnesota Orchestra, Nashville Symphony, New Haven Symphony Orchestra, New World Symphony, New York Philharmonic, Oakland Symphony, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, Pacific Symphony, Portland Symphony Orchestra, Richmond Symphony, San Diego Symphony, San Francisco Symphony, and Seattle Symphony. In the summer of 2017, smaller-budget orchestras (Groups 5-8) and youth orchestras may apply for organizational grants for the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons.