About Andy Icochea Icochea

 

Andy Icochea Icochea is a multi-faceted musician who regularly appears as an orchestral and opera conductor, choral conductor and accompanist, and whose compositions and arrangements are performed internationally. He has appeared in over 500 concerts in 27 countries and four continents, in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Suntory Hall, Wiener Musikverein and Berliner Konzerthaus.  He currently serves as choral clinician and conductor for the World Peace Choir (Vienna and Beijing) and guest clinician for Boston Symphony Orchestra education programs.

Icochea Icochea has collaborated as choral conductor and rehearsal accompanist under Riccardo Muti, Georges Prêtre, Adam Fischer, Franz Welser-Möst, Bertrand de Billy, Bernard Haitink and Charles Dutoit. His choruses have performed with the Vienna Philharmonic, the Vienna Symphony, the Royal Stockholm Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Symphony. He has conducted world premieres of operas in Austria and Italy.  He served for six years as Kapellmeister with the Vienna Boys Choir and currently also works with VOICES BOSTON.

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The Spark of Youth 
Schubert's Mass in G, Mozart, and Pergolesi

Spring Concert Program

 

Performance Dates

May 16, (Saturday) at 7:30 PM at First Church of Christ, Lancaster

May 17, (Sunday) at 3:00 PM at St. John the Evangelist, 80 Union St., Clinton, MA

Tickets

Tickets for the Lancaster performance may be purchased in advance at Mkt.com/harvardpromusica where the usual credit cards are accepted.

In advance:   Adult $20, Senior and Student $15, under 12 free

At the door:  Adult $25, Senior and Student $20, under 12 free

 

Harvard pro Musica is a member of the Greater Boston Choral Consortium and the Central Massachusetts Choral Consortium.

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