Violinist Michael Ludwig and pianist Benjamin Loeb in Recital

International Conducting Workshop and Festival presents Michael Ludwig, violin and  Benjamin Loeb, piano in a free, all-Beethoven recital,
October 27, 2017, 7:30 p.m., 
St. Mark's School of Texas, Decherd Center, Dallas, TX

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General Workshop Information

Grammenos and NSOSince 2002, ICWF has offered unparalleled conducting training and critique in an intensive, yet non-competitive, professional, and supportive atmosphere creating a superb opportunity to immerse oneself deeply in important standard orchestral repertoire studying with faculty of world class stature. 

For practical experience, all participants conduct both full orchestra and piano sextet. Subjects studied include conducting technique, interpretation, score study, analysis, rehearsal technique, stage deportment, and musician interaction. 

All sessions are videotaped with professional digital video/sound providing all participants an invaluable learning tool and exceptional conducting footage. There will be ample opportunity to view the video footage during the workshops. In order to provide the most enriching experience for all participants, enrollment is limited for all workshops. There are no concerts for participants.

Some of our past participants now hold or have held positions such as Berkeley Symphony Music DirectorEl Paso Symphony Orchestra, Philadelphia OrchestraCharleston Symphony Orchestra, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Minnesota OrchestraDetroit Symphony Orchestra, Utah Symphony Associate ConductorNorwalk Symphony Music DIrector, Amarillo Symphony Music Director, National Symphony Assistant Conductor,  Santa Cruz Symphony Orchestra Music Director, Buffalo Symphony Associate ConductorKansas Symphony Assistant ConductorArkansas Symphony Assistant Conductor, and many more.  Our past participants have also been accepted into the most prestigious conducting programs in the world including at The Juilliard School, the Curtis Institute of Music, the Peabody Institute, Rice University, University of Illinois, University of Michigan, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, New England Conservatory, and many more.

The International Conducting Workshop and Festival is supported by the REC Music Foundation, a recognized 501(c)3. To help ICWF, please consider making a donation. You may also mail a check made out to the REC Music Foundation to ICWF< 3955 E 59th St, Davenport, IA, 52807. 

About Our Workshops

Holly ChoeThe International Conducting Workshop and Festival 

Since 2002, ICWF has offered unparalleled conducting training and critique in an intensive, yet non-competitive, professional, and supportive atmosphere creating a superb opportunity to immerse oneself deeply in important standard orchestral repertoire studying with faculty of world class stature. 

For practical experience, all participants conduct both full orchestra and piano sextet. Subjects studied include conducting technique, interpretation, score study, analysis, rehearsal technique, stage deportment, and musician interaction. 

Grammenos and NSO

All sessions are videotaped with professional digital video/sound providing all participants an invaluable learning tool and exceptional conducting footage. There will be ample opportunity to view the video footage during the workshops. In order to provide the most enriching experience for all participants, enrollment is limited for all workshops. There are no concerts for participants.

Some of our past participants now hold or have held positions such as Berkeley Symphony Music Director,  El Paso Symphony OrchestraPhiladelphia OrchestraCharleston Symphony OrchestraDallas Symphony OrchestraMinnesota OrchestraDetroit Symphony OrchestraUtah Symphony Associate ConductorNorwalk Symphony Music DIrectorAmarillo Symphony Music DirectorNational Symphony Assistant Conductor,  Santa Cruz Symphony Orchestra Music DirectorBuffalo Symphony Associate ConductorKansas Symphony Assistant Conductor,  Arkansas Symphony Assistant Conductor, and many more.  Our past participants have also been accepted into the most prestigious conducting programs in the world including at The Juilliard School, the Curtis Institute of Music, the Peabody Institute, Rice University, University of Illinois, University of Michigan, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, New England Conservatory, and many more.

The International Conducting Workshop and Festival is supported by the REC Music Foundation, a recognized 501(c)3. To help ICWF, please consider making a donation.

ICWF 2017: Beethoven Concert

International Conducting Workshop and Festival presents
 

Recital at St. Mark's
Friday, October 27, 2017, 7:30 p.m.
Decherd Center, St. Mark's School of Texas, Dallas, TX

Michael Ludwig, violin
Benjamin Loeb, piano

All-Beethoven
Violin Sonata in E flat Major, Op. 12, #3
Piano Sonata in C Minor "Pathetique", Op. 13
Piano Sonata in G Major, Op. 31, #1
Violin Sonata in C Minor, Op. 30, #3


Free general admission*


Michael Ludwig, violin Benjamin Loeb, piano

*To help ICWF continue to present concerts like this, please consider making a donation of support. All donors will have the opportunity to sit in a reserved section for this concert. The International Conducting Workshop and Festival is supported by the REC Music Foundation, a recognized 501(c)3. To help ICWF, please consider making a donation.




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