On August 19th, American barihunk Zachary Gordin will be performing at the first annual iCadenza Future of Music Festival! in Los Angeles. The four-day festival consists of three concerts by groundbreaking young artists alongside other events and lectures featuring discourse on the new directions of the classical music industry and centered on the question, “On Our Own Terms: Where do artists want to take the future of classical music?”
The festival will take place at The Colburn School, known as an innovative institution shaping the next generation of artists. The three concerts will be featuring dynamic pianists, opera singers, and members of the Israeli Chamber Project – an ensemble comprised of top Israeli-born soloists.
Additional information is available at www.icadenzafestival.com.
Gordin will also be giving one of his popular masterclasses on August 20th from 3-5 PM, also at the Colburn School in downtown LA. This event is free and open to the public.