IW 2004 ORCHESTRAL CONDUCTING

Photo of orchestral conducting participantsMarvin's back! Robert Culver and William LaRue Jones welcome the return of Marvin Rabin to the greatest team of conductor trainers ever! Together, these masters have designed an intensive, challenging, supportive workshop experience. String-playing and non-string-playing conductors of school orchestras as well as college, youth, and community orchestras consistently give this workshop rave reviews.

Repertoire this year will included Beethoven's "Egmont" Overture, Op. 84, and Bloch's Concerto Grosso No. 1 (string orchestra with piano obbligato). Podium time will be videotaped and individually critiqued. Daily classes will help you increase your conductoral clarity, technical power, efficiency, and gestural vocabulary. A flexible curriculum meets the needs of new and returning participants.

Photo of orchestral conducting participantsSessions on Rehearsal Techniques, Orchestral Bowing Skills, Tuning and Intonation, Rehearsal Time Management, Conductor-Player Chemistry, Master Works Practicum, and Score Analysis will complement the daily podium experiences.

Choral-Orchestral Dialogue, a session presented jointly by Dr. Jones and Eichenberger, a special session on The Rehearsal/Lesson and the U.S. National Standards for Music Education by MENC Past Preident June Hinckley; the International String Orchestra; and other selected relevant String Workshop offerings will round out your feature-rich experience.

Offerings for All

  • Opening Ceremony in Landhaus Square
  • Governor's Welcome at the Burg
  • International Festival of Concerts
  • Participant Soloist and Chamber Music Recitals
  • Faculty & Participant Art Exhibitions
  • Mayor's Auf Wiedersehen Party
  • ...and additional Grand Finale surprises still in the planning!

Come to Austria this summer--it may just turn out to be the most important thing you've ever done for yourself as a conductor!

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