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Karina’s Dallas WFAA TV Interview

Karina has been enjoying her time in Dallas, TX, where she is assistant conductor of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra.  Here’s a recent interview broadcast on Dallas’ WFAA TV.

Marin Alsop: TCCF Applicants’ FAQ!

We have a new vlog to help answer our 2015-2017 TCCF applicants’ frequently asked questions!  Thanks to past Fellow Alexandra Arrieche for putting this together for us!  If you have futher questions, please don’t hesitate to email me at kati@takiconcordia.org.

Karina, on her Tanglewood Fellowship Experience!

I have just completed 8 weeks as a conducting fellow at Tanglewood. To describe this experience in words is virtually impossible, as it encompassed so many different and memorable musical experiences.  It is a truly incredible place where the most … Continue reading

Alexandra— Direct from Nashville!

Alexandra shares her great experiences conducting the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and serving as the cover conductor for the Nashville Symphony Orchestra in the USA’s Country Music Capitol!

In Denver—Too Hot to Handel!

Hi everyone, The last event of 2012 was “Too Hot To Handel” and it was the best way to close the year! The concert was great!!!  “Too Hot To Handel” is the gospel Messiah that Marin Alsop idealized some years … Continue reading

BRAZIL!!!!

Hello everyone, I am very happy to update this blog after two busy months covering for Marin and the end of Peabody activities for this season.  Just after Thanksgiving I went to Brazil to work with Marin and the Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra (OSESP). It was three … Continue reading

Last Week: PSO and BSYO

Hi everyone, I had great concert last week with PSO, the orchestra nailed the piece that was not easy at all. The performance was fantastic, the soloists were amazing. My beautiful principal cello, Mia Barcia-Colombo who had the mainly solos … Continue reading

Our New Blog

Hello everyone, The new format of the Taki Concordia conducting Fellowship website includes a mini blog for the Taki Concordia Fellow. This is going to be the space for the Fellow update her activities and I am really pleased get … Continue reading