ICWF 2019: Violin Concerto
ICWF 2019: Violin Concerto
From July 20 to August 3, 2019 violinists and conductors will have the opportunity to study and perform great violin concertos under the tutelege of master teachers Krzysztof Wegrzyn (Hannover Musik Hochschule), Michael Ludwig (Soloist and Montclair State University), Dylana Jenson (Tchaikovsky Competition Prizewinner), John Holloway (Guildhall School of Music, Classical and Baroque specialist), Zhi-Jong Wang (Shanghai Conservatory), Solomiya Ivakhiv (University of Connecticut and Longy School), and conductors David Lockington (Pasadena and Modesto Symphonies Music Director) and Benjamin Loeb (ICWF Artistic Director). Click here ICWF 2019: Violin Concerto for more information.
This workshop is for you if you are:
• A high school or college-age violinist planning to audition for conservatory
• Preparing for international competitions
• Preparing for Orchestra auditions
• A conductor who wants to learn more about the art of accompaniment
• A conductor who wants more experience conducting professional orchestras
• A conductor who wants superb video footage
You will get extraordinary hands on instruction from master teachers and performers who experience and knowledge will help you be a better violinist or conductor. You will get the unique opportunity to have master classes accompanied by a full orchestra. And, you will have a chance to perform your concerti in concert.
Up to two conductors will be chosen at the end of the workshop to appear with the Lviv National Philharmonic Orchestra as guest artists in the 2019-20 season. Each will also receive a $1000 prize. There is no age limit for the workshop - either low or high.
About the International Conducting Workshop and Festival (ICWF)
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.
ICWF 2019: Beethoven, Dvorak, Stravinsky
The International Conducting Workshop and Festival is proud to announce ICWF 2019: Beethoven, Dvorak, Stravinsky held August 6 through August 16, 2019 and led by Larry Rachleff and Donald Schleicher. We will be returning to Sofia with the New Symphony Orchestra. Click here ICWF 2019: Beethoven, Dvorak, Stravinsky for more information.