Diane Wittry on Gesture and Programming

This is an interview that we’ve been looking forward to since before the podcast launched, and we were honored last week for the chance to finally talk shop with Diane Wittry, the author of two essential books for both young conductors and Music Directors: Beyond the Baton and Baton basics. This week we talk about how to build a vocabulary of gestures, why you need to consider every opportunity, and the importance of creative programming for your audiences.

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This week we discuss:

You can find more information on Diane Wittry and her books and workshops on her website: http://www.DianeWittry.com

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