“There is and has been manipulation in the industry; powerplay, unfairness, expectations,
abuse – maybe even worse than the movie shows…I think [it’s] unfair to portray this of a woman
The Winter Newsletter is out now – including NYO-USA resident conductor appointment, new media releases, Symphony Tacoma concert highlights, the 6th Cascade Conducting masterclass announcement and More!
Led by orchestra conductor Sarah Ioannides, chorale conductor Dr. Geoffrey Boers, and this year joined internationally recognized conductor and composer, Ayis Ioannides, the Cascade Conducting Masterclass offers orchestral and choral conductors an incredible array of opportunities…
Lina González-Granados and Sarah Ioannides, already acclaimed conductors nationally and internationally, make their debuts on the Masterworks and Discoveries series, respectively, presenting inspired programs that include works by musical influencers and young composers alike.
Conductor Sarah Ioannides and DSO composer-in-residence Angélica Negrón will discuss how they’ve overcome barriers in classical music and the way biases and power dynamics contribute to the challenges they face…
Concert Preview: Grammy Award-winning Cellist Zuill Bailey Joins Symphony Tacoma for Caught in Love on November 19
Symphony Tacoma welcomes internationally-renowned cellist Zuill Bailey to the Pantages stage for its November performance, Caught in Love. Comprising works characterized by their profound intensity, the concert will take place on Saturday, November 19, 2022 at 7:30 pm.