Presented by the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir & Butler University
The Indianapolis Symphonic Choir’s Conducting Fellowship provides one-of-a-kind professional mentorship opportunities for the next generation of choral conductors. Especially focusing on large-scale choral-orchestral masterworks, the Conducting Fellowship is a collaborative initiative between the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir and Butler University, a 4,600-student liberal arts institution located in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The two-year Fellowship provides a full-tuition waiver and stipend. Upon successful completion of the program, the student will have earned an M.M. in choral conducting from Butler University and gained practical and applied experience addressing artistic and administrative needs of leading symphonic choirs.
The Conducting Fellowship provides a 360-degree experience in the guidance of a premier symphonic chorus, including artist programming, development, communications, governance, and outreach initiatives.
Applications for the Conducting Fellowship (2020-2022 academic years) are open. Application deadline is January 1, 2020.