Conducting Articles

Conducting Dvořák: Symphony n.9 – 1st movement

Dvořák’s Symphony n.9 “From the New World” is mandatory learning for any conductor: here we’ll go through an analysis of its first movement, looking at structure, harmony, the “American” aspects of the music, and, of course, a few conducting tips.

Conducting Tchaikovsky: Symphony n.5, 1st movement

A milestone for every conductor, Tchaikovsky’s Symphony n.5 is full of different motives: here’s an analysis of the 1st mov. from a conductor’s perspective.

Podium Time Podcast [2020 Interview]

Podium Time is a fantastic podcast not just for conductors and conducting students but also for everyone who would like a peek on how different conductors work, think, and come to certain decisions, which are sometimes opposite but equally valuable. 

Conducting Mendelssohn: The Hebrides

For a conductor, Mendelssohn’s The Hebrides is a really fun piece to perform, with its changes in dynamics and its ascending/descending lines being perfect spots for registration and fluidity of gestures.

Podium Time Podcast [2020 Interview]

Podium Time Podcast [2020 Interview]

Podium Time is a fantastic podcast not just for conductors and conducting students but also for everyone who would like a peek on how different conductors work, think, and come to certain decisions, which are sometimes opposite but equally valuable. 

Conducting Mendelssohn: The Hebrides

Conducting Mendelssohn: The Hebrides

For a conductor, Mendelssohn’s The Hebrides is a really fun piece to perform, with its changes in dynamics and its ascending/descending lines being perfect spots for registration and fluidity of gestures.

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