Orchestras in Indiana, New Jersey, and California recently changed their names. The Muncie Symphony Orchestra has merged with the Marion Philharmonic to become Orchestra Indiana. The Montclair Orchestra—based in the New York City suburb of Montclair, New Jersey—is now APEX Ensemble. And Symphony Silicon Valley in California was renamed Symphony San Jose, after the city where it performs. Orchestra Indiana’s executive director is Scott Watkins, who previously held that position in Muncie; the two organizations will share administration and a combined board of directors, with concerts in both cities planned for the 2022-23 season, with conductor Matthew Kraemer as artistic advisor. In announcing the merger, officials from the Marion and Muncie orchestras said the merger will allow the ensembles to share programming, be more operationally sustainable, and enhance programming and performances in their hometowns. Andre Weker is founder and president of the APEX Ensemble; its music director is David Chan, concertmaster of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Student musicians associated with APEX rehearse and perform side by side with musicians from the Met and New York Philharmonic. The changes come as APEX plans to expand its youth programs this fall.