2 slots have opened up in the Emerging Artist program at the Rose City International Conductor’s Workshop. Applications taken on a first-come, first-served basis.
Dear Colleagues We are just a couple of weeks away from the beginning of the 2009 Rose City International Conductor’s Workshop in Portland, Oregon. We’re looking forward to a great week, with repertoire ranging from Verdi’s Aida to Debussy’s L’apres midi d’un faune, with Mozart’s Gran Partita, the Fourth Piano Concerto of Beethoven and an anniversary immersion in Haydn’s Symphony no. 99. Our regular faculty- myself, David Hoose from Boston University, and the new Music Director of the Fairfax Symphony, Christopher Zimmerman, are joined by the Rose City Chamber Orchestra and a team of top flight professional soloists. There is a wealth of information about the workshop on our website. http://www.rosecityworkshop.org/Within the last few days, we’ve had a couple of cancellations, so at this time, there are 2 openings in the Emerging Artists’ program. Interested conductors should email the workshop office at email@example.com or contact me directly. Please consider passing on this information to students, friends and colleagues that you think might benefit from the experience.
Kenneth Woods, director
Rose City International Conductor’s Workshop