International Conducting Workshop and Festival
ICWF 2021: Brahms Symphonies
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ICWF 2021: Brahms Symphonies

The International Conducting Workshop and Festival is proud to announce ICWF 2021: Brahms Symphonies and will now be led by Carl St.Clair. We will be returning to Lviv with the Lviv National Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. Click here ICWF 2021: Brahms Symphonies for more information.

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 2021: Brahms Sextets

Larry Rachleff and Guillaume Pirard

From July 12 through July 19, 2021 the International Conducting Workshop and Festival will present a workshop in partnership with the Katy Independent School District and hosted by Seven Lakes High School, Katy, TX focusing on the four symphonies of Brahms and led again by two of the most internationally esteemed conducting teachers: Larry Rachleff (Rice University Shepherd School) and Donald Schleicher (University of Illinois). They will be assisted by Benjamin Loeb (ICWF Artistic Director). Susan Dunn will lead Stage Deportment sessions and Russell Miller will be the workshop pianist.

More information here!
All participants, faculty, and musicians must be vaccinated.