20 Aug 2018 - 24 Aug 2018
New York, NY
New York University
Harold Rosenbaum Choral Conducting Institute
The third 2018 Harold Rosenbaum Choral Conducting Institute Workshop will be held from August 20 to 24 at New York University in New York, NY. The latter event will be hosted by the New York University Music Department, Faculty of Arts and Science.
This five-day event is open to choral conductors and composers from around the world who wish to enhance their careers, expand their contacts and have an intensive experience with 2014 Ditson Conductor’s Award winner Dr. Harold Rosenbaum, one of the world’s leading choral conductors.
The HRCCI includes rehearsal and performance conducting opportunities, one-on-one instruction and individual guidance.
The Institute is limiting enrollment to 12 conductors and composers for each five-day workshop so each participant will receive close attention and hands-on guidance. Each attendee will receive a private lesson, plus opportunities to rehearse the choir comprised of the participants and others, with constructive feedback by Rosenbaum.
For complete details, including workshop brochures, application forms and HRCCI repertoire, please visit http://www.haroldrosenbaum.com/institute.shtml. Questions can be directed to Jeffrey James Arts Consulting at email@example.com.
Harold Rosenbaum, recipient of the 2014 Ditson Conductor’s Award from Columbia University, is the founder and conductor of the New York Virtuoso Singers and the Canticum Novum Singers. Rosenbaum has conducted over 1,700 concerts during his 40+ year career. He has conducted and taught at the Juilliard School, Queens College and Adelphi University, and is Professor Emeritus at the University at Buffalo. He is the 2010 winner of ASCAP’s Victor Herbert Founders Award and the winner of the 2008 American Composer Alliance’s Laurel Leaf Award, given in recognition of “distinguished achievement in fostering and encouraging American music.”
A strong proponent of and advocate for contemporary composers and American composers in particular, Rosenbaum has commissioned 99 works, and has conducted more than 500 World Premieres. Visit him at http://www.haroldrosenbaum.com.