2007-10 KW Repertoire Report Statistical Analysis and Listing

My initial impulse in the Repertoire Report project came from frustration observing the difficult of getting a clear or even honest answer from teachers, famous conductors , artist managers or orchestra administrators when many of my fellow students at workshops and festivals would ask things like “how many pieces does a working professional conductor need […]

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2010 Repertoire Report- Troy Peters

Next up in our 2010 Repertoire Report listings is one of the top youth orchestra conductors in the United States, Troy Peters. Troy brought the Vermont Youth Orchestra to national acclaim during his tenure there, and has had his ensembles play alongside leading rock bands and work with eminent composers. A world-premiere by Daron Hagen […]

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2010 Repertoire Report- CBSO Youth Orchestra

Although the Repertoire Report project started in 2007 with conductors, we’ve gradually broadened to include soloists and professional orchestras. Now, we are happy to present our first youth orchestra Repertoire Report. Taken from their 3 concerts this year, it is a marvelous range of great repertoire- some icons of the literature, and some nearly unknown […]

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2009 Repertoire Report- Christopher Zimmerman

My friend and colleague Christopher Zimmerman, newly appointed music director of the Fairfax Symphony and my colleague for the last five years on the faculty of the Rose City Conductor’s Workshop has weighed in with some interesting repertoire lists and thoughts about programming. First things first- a Repertoire Report in standard format, listing Chris’s 2009 […]

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2009 Repertoire Report- Foster Beyers

This is what I’m talking about- Foster Beyers, a fairly regular commenter at Vftp and fine conductor, has submitted his list. It sounds like the conducting program at Minnesota must be a sweet setup for them to do so much opera. Thanks for contribuing, Foster. Keep those lists coming! KW   Hello Ken,   My name […]

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