“…a challenging business, yet a highly worthwhile and valuable art form. Preserving one’s own talent, faith to the music, and performance integrity while navigating a successful path forward is imperative. Not only so that great symphonic music can live on be cherished by generations to come, but also so it may function as a relevant and effective platform for peace, expression, and understanding of our world.”
~Apply for a seminar scholarship by Monday, October 23rd 11:59pm PT. Email email@example.com to apply~
Cascade Conducting Presents:
New Seminars with Sarah Ioannides,
Conductor & Music Director with Symphony Tacoma.
“Motivating Yourself as a Conductor during a World Pandemic”
~ Plan your path forward during COVID-19.
~ Develop your musical, administrative & programming skills.
~ Develop community connections and partnerships.
~ Grow as a conductor during a time without performances.
- Active Conductors and Orchestra/choir directors 9:00-10:15am PT
- Conductors on Hold 10:30-11:45 PT
- All: Polishing your Skills during Covid 1:00-2:45pm PT
Classes will be filled on a first come, first serve basis up to ten participants per class. Conductors may register for one, two, or all three seminars.
Email to register- firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit the Cascade Online Seminars page for complete course descriptions
Visit the Cascade Conducting YouTube page!
Sarah Ioannides is currently the Music Director of Symphony Tacoma. A former assistant conductor for the legendary teacher Otto-Werner Mueller, she has conducted orchestras of the highest level from around the world. Read more about Sarah Ioannides, visit artist’s website, read a complete resume.