ALL “CONDUCTING PARTICIPANT” SPOTS FOR THE 2017 CONDUCTING WORKSHOP HAVE NOW BEEN FILLED. PLEASE REGISTER AS OBSERVERS. Observers will be considered part of the waitlist.
Thank you for your interest in the Arizona Conducting Workshop at University of Arizona on December 9th, 2017.
The event is for anyone that is looking to develop skills and knowledge of conducting and rehearsing concert ensembles, including rehearsal tips and technical conducting instruction. The workshop is hosted by UA Bands and the Fred Fox School of Music and the conducting participants will conduct a wind ensemble of U of A music students. The clinicians are the band faculty members at the U of A: Dr. Chad R. Nicholson, Prof. Chad Shoopman, and Prof. Yudai Ueda.
Please fill out the form below to reserve your spot. The conducting participant spots are limited and will be set on a first-come, first-serve basis. Unlimited positions are available for observers. We greatly look forward to seeing you there.
We encourage you to bring instruments to ensure that there is a full ensemble. There will be certificates of participation available for you at the end of the event.
Grainger- Irish Tune from County Derry
Holst – Suite No. 1 in Eb (Conductors should select a movement from the Holst for special focus with the ensemble)
We will record the conducting sessions for you and post them on Google Drive to individual folders.
Conducting Participants: $60
*Discounted Fee: $40 if your high school or middle school student applies for the 2018 UA High School Honor Band or the UA Middle School Outreach Band
Observers: $25 for observers
*Discounted Fee: $20 for observers if your high school or middle school student applies for the 2018 UA High School Honor Band or the UA Middle School Outreach Band
Please mail your check, made payable to THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, to:
UA Band Office
Band Conducting Workshop
Fred Fox School of Music
PO Box 210004
The University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721
University of Arizona – Fred Fox School of Music
Park Garage on the north side of the building is free on weekends.
Lunch provided by the Fred Fox School of Music