Thursday, July 26, 2012

FINALISTS: Community Orchestras and Conductors, 2012

The American Prize is pleased to announce FINALIST conductors and ensembles, 2012, in the Community Orchestra division. Please scroll down for additional finalist conductors and ensembles in choral music, wind band, opera and musical theater. More announcements to follow. Congratulations!

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The American Prize in Conducting—Orchestra Division, 2012—Community

Donald L. Appert—Clark College Orchestra, Vancouver, WA— Lutoslavski, Shostakovich, Suk

David Bernard—Park Avenue Chamber Symphony, New York, NY—Beethoven, Strauss: Death and Transfiguration, Brahms

Lois Ferrari—Austin Civic Orchestra, Austin, TX—Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 2

Robert J. Helmacy—South Orange Symphony, South Orange, NJ—Gould, Chadwick, Saint-Saens

Tara Towson Villa—Lee County Community Orchestra, Sanford, NC—Sibelius, Beethoven, Strauss, more

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The American Prize in Orchestral Performance, 2012—Community Orchestra Division

Clark College Orchestra, Donald Appert, conductor,  Vancouver, WA—Lutoslavski, Shostakovich, Suk

Park Avenue Chamber Symphony, David Bernard, music director, New York, NY—Beethoven, Strauss: Death and Transfiguration, Brahms

Austin Civic Orchestra,
Lois Ferrari, music director, Austin, TX—Beethoven, Barber, Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 2

Northern Tier Symphony Orchestra, Robert Helmacy, music director, Tunkannock, PA—Enesco: Roumanian Rhapsody No. 1, Bizet: Carmen Suites

Springfield-Drury Civic Orchestra, Christopher Koch, conductor , Springfield, MO—Martinu, Sharpe, Respighi, Nielsen, more

Los Angeles Musician's Symphony, Guido Lamell, music director, Los Angeles, CA—Beethoven: Symphony 9, more

Waynesboro Symphony Orchestra, Peter Wilson, music director, Waynesboro, VA—Beethoven: Symphony No. 7, more

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