Cascade Conducting Presents:  The 2024 Concert Series

June 27th, 28th, and 29th at Lagerquist Hall

Welcome to Cascade Conducting Final Concerts

We are thrilled to present a series of concerts showcasing the hard work, dedication, and talent of the participating artists from the 7th Annual Cascade Conducting Masterclass with Sarah Ioannides at Pacific Lutheran University.  An international class of 14 orchestral conductors, 14 choral conductors, and 10 composers from Colombia, Venezuela, Australia, Equador, Hong Kong, Beijing, Mexico, Canada, and the US will take the stage for three events that represent the final product of their week of hard work, growth, and collaboration.  You won't want to miss it!

Join us live at Lagerquist Hall at Pacific Lutheran University, or watch the live stream (details below).

Cascade Composers Concert

Thursday, June 27th, 7 PM

Join us in beautiful Lagerquist Hall at Pacific Lutheran University for the final concert of the Cascade Composers Workshop with David Serkin Ludwig and enjoy the music of ten talented and emerging composers from around the world as the Cascade Composers Sinfonietta performs ten world premiers written exclusively for this event!

Cascade Choral Conducting Masterclass Final Concert

Friday, June 28th, 7PM 

Experience a beautiful blend of voices reverberating throughout Lagerquist Hall as 14 talented and emerging choral conductors lead Symphony Tacoma Voices and the Cascade Conducting Chamber Orchestra during the final concert of the 2024 Cascade Choral Conducting Masterclass with Geoffrey Boers. Join us for a program of Mozart, Verdi, Haydn, Handel, and Faure.

Cascade Conducting Masterclass Final Concert

Saturday, June 29th, 4 PM 

Join us for the final event of a Cascade Conducting Concert Series: The 7th Annual Cascade Conducting Masterclass Final Concert with Sarah Ioannides, featuring 14 fantastic emerging orchestral conductors who are poised to make their mark on the international orchestral music scene as they lead the Cascade Conducting Orchestra in a program of Beethoven, De Falla, Stravinsky and more, with soloist Xiaohui Yang performing Prokovief's Piano Concerto no. 1.