C21C - Conducting 21C

CONDUCTING 21C (5th edition), presented by the Eric Ericson International Choral Centre, 15-20 June, 2017, Stockholm

Last date of application 25 March (new date)

From 15 to 20 of June 2017, the EIC will present CONDUCTING 21C: Musical Leadership for a New Century, in Stockholm, on the beautiful island of Skeppsholmen. The EIC has beautiful facilities with excellent classrooms and its own outstanding concert venue, the Eric Ericson Hall. The course leaders will be Professor André de Quadros (artistic director), Lone Larsen and Agneta Josephson.

C21C will take place as part of the festival Musik & Medmänsklighet (Music & Humanity). This festival will also consist of choral concerts and workshops. The language of the course is English. The special focus for the 2017 course will be working with children and youth. Conductors and choral leaders who work with choirs of all ages will find commonality with this course, as repertoire and artistic processes will have broad application.

Participants are responsible for the cost of their own travel, accommodation, food, and purchase of scores, and are free to make their own arrangements. Registration information will be made available upon acceptance into the course.


Workshop leaders

C21C - Conducting 21CAndré de Quadros (artistic director)

Through conducting, teaching, writing, and activism, André de Quadros continues to explore, create projects, build artistic work, and construct partnerships, firmly rooted in an experimental artistic paradigm and social justice values. Read more >>

C21C - Conducting 21CLone Larsen

– Lone likes choral teamwork, and she has an interest in working with the expressive dimension where each singer’s individual artistic potential is utilized. She is committed to experimentation and discovery. Her vocal ensemble, Voces Nordicae functions as a collaborative, creative experimental workshop.


C21C - Conducting 21CAgneta Josephson

Agneta Josephson is an inspirational drama pedagogue, expert teacher, and a writer, whose main expertise is in working with different people to develop dialogues of equality.



Manado State University Choir

As I prepare to begin my 34th year of teaching tomorrow, I’m filled with wonder and gratitude for our amazing adventure. You’ve given me such a precious gift – a space to grow and change. You’ll be in my heart and mind and classroom for as long as I continue to work. Thank you for what was, and for all that is yet to be.

A life changing experience,

Kayla Werlin
Music Department Chair and Vocal Music Teacher
Longmeadow High School