Conducting Workshop in Paris, France: European-American Musical Alliance
Date: May 29, 2013
One opening remains for the Conducting Program of the European American Musical Alliance in Paris (EAMA). For nearly two decades, EAMA has offered rigorous and compassionate musical training in the Nadia Boulanger tradition to composers, conductors and chamber musicians, who typically characterize the intensive four-week session, which includes in-depth work in analysis, harmony, counterpoint, and musicianship, as a life-changing experience.
The conducting program helps participants develop a deeper understanding of how musicianship can inform and shape the choices they make in rehearsal and performance. Participating conductors and composers have ranged from mid-career professionals to collegiate beginners, who often report that completing the program brought not only fresh perspectives and renewed inspiration, but also led to new possibilities and opportunities, including professional positions, advanced study, and creative partnerships with other musicians.
Please note that, while EAMA may be able to consider additional applications, it may no longer be possible to offer housing. More at eamusic.org.
Director, Conducting Program, The European American Musical Alliance
Music Director: The Cecilia Chorus of New York; Cantori New York; the Prince Edward Island Symphony
Faculty: LIU Post, Mannes College the New School for Music