CODA is proud to announce the publication of the premiere issue of its brand new newsletter known as “Da Capo”! Read the latest exciting news! Stay informed as a CODA member! See what CODA is up to around the country and around the world! Congratulations to Charles Gambetta and the entire ‘Da Capo’ team which [...]
The College Orchestra Director’s Association (CODA) The Association for Professional Academic Conductors International Composition Contest for Orchestra 2013 Call for Scores First Prize: $2,500 and a featured performance at the 2014 National Conference of the College Orchestra Directors Association, plus additional performances by CODA member colleges and universities nationwide! Second and Third Prizes: [...]
We’re happy to announce the completion of a number of important and exciting summer updates to our website! If you login and look in the members area of our site, you’ll see the following exciting improvements, additions and updates: • Some fun graphics added to the members area • CODA MEMBER CONCERT PROGRAMS – A [...]
CODA will hold online national elections very soon this month! Please keep an eye out for an email from Charles Gambetta which will include statements and bios from our candidates as well as a link for online voting. In the meanwhile, below you can find links to files from our two candidates for National Vice [...]
Director of Orchestral Studies, Conducting, Director of the University of Oregon Symphony Orchestra Tenure-track assistant or associate professor (full time, 9-months), salary commensurate with training and experience. Responsibilities will include serving as music director and conductor of the university symphony orchestra (including program selection, scheduling, and administering; teaching of conducting and leading the master’s-level orchestral [...]
December 2010 photo of long time Coda member Maestro Leonard Atherton conducting Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 (“Resurrection”) with the National University Arts Orchestra and choruses of the National University of Arts and the National University of Medicine in Taipei, Taiwan. Bravo and Congratulations to Maestro Atherton!