2014 National Music Festival at Washington College
June 1-14, 2014, Chestertown, Maryland
Rehearsals are free and open to the public
The National Music Festival at Washington College brings together world-classmentors and gifted apprentice musicians on the cusp of their professional careers. All apprentices receive full scholarships. For two weeks each June, these musicians liveand work together, presentingover 35 concerts — ranging from solo recitalsto large symphony orchestra performances with chorus — and 200 free open rehearsals for music lovers from all over the world.
Richard Rosenberg, Artistic Director and Conductor of the National Music Festival and the Union Symphony Orchestra has performed as guest conductor throughout the Americas and Europe. He is one of a handful of American conductors whose experience ranges from contemporary music to historical performance practice.
The Festival is a division of OuterArts, Inc., a nonprofit organization that also administers the Fiddlesticks! Youth Strings Program and The Phanos Project, which promotes the music of the composer Phanos Dymiotis. Rehearsal Schedule and Info at: more National Music Festival