Today we chat with to chat with Julius P. Williams, President of the International Conductors Guild and professor of conducting and composition at Berlkee College of Music. We’re also experimenting with releasing some shorter, more focused podcast episodes so today is Part 2 of 2.
In our first release with Julius we talked about conducting and composing for the ensemble that you have, and today we’re going to be discussing how Julius learns scores quickly and some of the lasting lessons he took from his composition and conducting teachers. We’ll also round out the interview with a quick hit of some of his compositions you should listen to and his final advice.
Find more interviews focused on score study on our Best of Podium Time page.
Learn more and join the International Conductors Guild at ConductorsGuild.org.
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