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Scott C. Hosfeld

Principal Conductor

Icicle Creek Music Center

HQ Phone:  (509) 548-6347

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Icicle Creek Music Center

7409 Icicle Road

Leavenworth, Washington,98826

United States

Company Description

Icicle Creek Music Center is a chamber music performing and music educational center based in Leavenworth, WA, offering professional performances and instructional programs for students throughout the year. Icicle Creek was founded in and held its first summe...more

Background Information

Employment History

Principal Conductor

Eastern Mennonite University


Faculty and Artist-in-Residence

Central Washington University


Faculty and Artist-in-Residence

James Madison University


Faculty and Artist-in-Residence

University of Arizona


Faculty and Artist-in-Residence

Omaha Conservatory of Music


Faculty and Artist-in-Residence

Creighton University


Orchestra Director and Director of Chamber Music

Idyllwild Arts Academy


Affiliations

Local

Executive Board Member


La Senora Research Institute

Member


MFM

Board Member


Education

Bachelor Degree

Manhattan School of Music


Master of Music Degree

Manhattan School of Music


welcome Master Flutist Hal Ott


Web References(115 Total References)


Music | Idyllwild Arts

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Scott Hosfeld
Orchestra Director and Director of Chamber Music


MALIBU FRIENDS OF MUSIC

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SCOTT HOSFELD, Conductor
MALIBU FRIENDS OF MUSIC SCOTT HOSFELD, Conductor Scott Hosfeld Critically Acclaimed Conductor & Music Director of the award-winning Malibu Coast Chamber Orchestra (MCCO); Director & Conductor of the Malibu Coast Silent Film Orchestra; and Principal Guest Conductor of the Westwood Master Choir & Chamber Orchestra, Scott Hosfeld is a favorite among his professional colleagues and students. Hosfeld has been principal conductor of the Icicle Creek Chamber Orchestra, the Kairos Festival Orchestra, the Dorian Festival Orchestras, the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival Orchestras, the Icicle Symphony Orchestra, the Central Washington University Chamber Orchestra and the Eastern Sierra Symphony Chamber Orchestra. Hosfeld has led concerti for premiere international concert soloists Nathaniel Rosen, Camilla Wicks, Andrew Shulman, Paul Coletti, Delores Stevens, Steven Doane, Darol Anger, David Perry, Peter Longworth, Hal Ott, Eric Kutz, Miko Kominami, Denise Dillenbeck, Spencer Martin, John Michel, Carrie Rehkopf and Mike Marshall. As a Conducting Fellow of the esteemed conductor of the New York City Ballet, George Manahan; and a viola and chamber music protege of the late great concert artist, composer and pedagogue, Lillian Fuchs, Mr. Hosfeld earned his BM and MM from New York City's Manhattan School of Music with the Highest Honors. Grand Prize Winner of Young Artists International, Hosfeld made his Carnegie Recital Hall Debut in 1980 as violist and founder of the Riverside String Quartet, and won a coveted Aspen Music Festival Fellowship. With the Val Coeur String Quartet, Mr. Hosfeld has toured Russia, Western Europe and Central and South America. As an entrepreneur, Mr. Hosfeld served as the founding executive and artistic director of the Icicle Creek Music Center (ICMC) in Leavenworth, Washington. Hosfeld's vision enabled ICMC to grow from an international annual summer festival into a year round Chamber Music and Arts Center, complete with 15 buildings dedicated to serious classical arts teaching and performance (including a gorgeous concert hall) on a 9-acre campus. Hosfeld's decade-long tenure at ICMC made possible that organization's still flourishing curriculum of intense chamber music and orchestral programs for elite professional and highly qualified student musicians in a unique alpine setting. In great demand as an educator, Mr. Hosfeld has served as Faculty/Artist-in-Residence for the University of Arizona, Eastern Mennonite University, James Madison University, Louisiana State University, Central Washington University, Omaha Conservatory of Music at the University of Nebraska and Creighton University, and California State University at Long Beach, and continues to direct his popular conducting and chamber music clinics across the continent. Also dedicated to the education of highly qualified pre-college musicians in inspirational environs, Scott Hosfeld founded two exceptionally successful and now long-standing youth orchestras in the 1980's and early 1990's, one in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia (Shenandoah Valley Youth Symphony), and the other in Washington's Cascade Mountains (Icicle Youth Symphony). Hosfeld is founder and conductor of the Malibu Coast Youth Symphony, established in 2009. Mr. Hosfeld has served as Music Director and Supervisor on such important historical film restorations as the vintage silent classics, "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" (1917) directed by Marshall Neilan and starring Mary Pickford; and "Quality Street" (1927) directed by Sydney Franklin and starring Marion Davies and Conrad Nagel. As Music Supervisor, Hosfeld is currently in production on the independent film, "Heaven's Rain," depicting the true life story of Senator Brooks Douglass. Commended by the United States Congress, the California State Senate, the California State Assembly, and twice from his home City of Malibu for his work as a major visionary for the non-profit Malibu Friends of Music, Mr. Hosfeld currently holds the Alfred Newman Conducting Chair, and the Camilla Wicks Violin Chair at the Montgomery Arts House for Music and Architecture (MAHMA) in Malibu, California. Hosfeld is the recipient of a 2010 Malibu Music Award as "Classical Artist of the Year."


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Scott Hosfeld, Associate Conductor
Acclaimed conductor and music director, Scott Hosfeld is a favorite among his professional colleagues and students. Maestro Hosfeld has been principal conductor of the Icicle Creek Chamber Orchestra, Kairos Festival Orchestra, Dorian Festival Orchestra, Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival Orchestras, Icicle Symphony Orchestra and the the Central Washington University Chamber Orchestra. Greatly sought after as a chamber musician and collaborator, Mr. Hosfeld has performed with such chamber music giants as Micheal Tree, Dan Avshalomov, David Geber and David Perry. Scott Hosfeld, violin Acclaimed conductor and music director, Scott Hosfeld is a favorite among his professional colleagues and students. Maestro Hosfeld has been principal conductor of the Icicle Creek Chamber Orchestra, Kairos Festival Orchestra, Dorian Festival Orchestra, Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival Orchestras, Icicle Symphony Orchestra and the the Central Washington University Chamber Orchestra. Greatly sought after as a chamber musician and collaborator, Mr. Hosfeld has performed with such chamber music giants as Micheal Tree, Dan Avshalomov, David Geber and David Perry.


MALIBU FRIENDS OF MUSIC

www.malibufriendsofmusic.org [cached]

Scott Hosfeld
Conductor and Music Director, Malibu Coast Chamber Orchestra Acclaimed conductor and music director of the Malibu Coast Chamber Orchestra (MCCO), Scott Hosfeld is a favorite among his professional colleagues and students. Maestro Hosfeld has been principal conductor of the Icicle Creek Chamber Orchestra, the Kairos Festival Orchestra, the Dorian Festival Orchestra, the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival Orchestras, the Icicle Symphony Orchestra, the Central Washington University Chamber Orchestra and the Eastern Sierra Symphony Chamber Orchestra. Hosfeld has led concerti for premiere soloists Nathaniel Rosen, Camilla Wicks, Andrew Shulman, Delores Stevens, Steven Doane, Darol Anger, David Perry, Peter Longworth, Hal Ott and Mike Marshall. In great demand as an educator, Hosfeld has served as Faculty/Artist-in-Residence for the University of Arizona, Eastern Mennonite University, James Madison University, Louisiana State University, Central Washington University and California State University at Long Beach, and continues to direct his popular conducting and chamber music clinics across the continent. Further dedicated to the education of highly qualified pre-college musicians in inspirational environs, Scott Hosfeld founded two exceptionally successful and now long-standing youth orchestras in the 1980's, one in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and the other in Washington's Cascade Mountains.


www.malibufriendsofmusic.org

Scott Hosfeld
Conductor, Violin, & Viola Acclaimed conductor and music director of the Malibu Coast Chamber Orchestra (MCCO), Scott Hosfeld is a favorite among his professional colleagues and students. Hosfeld has been principal conductor of the Icicle Creek Chamber Orchestra, the Kairos Festival Orchestra, the Dorian Festival Orchestra, the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival Orchestras, the Icicle Symphony Orchestra, the Central Washington University Chamber Orchestra and the Eastern Sierra Symphony Chamber Orchestra. Hosfeld has led concerti for premiere soloists Nathaniel Rosen, Camilla Wicks, Andrew Shulman, Delores Stevens, Steven Doane, Darol Anger, David Perry, Peter Longworth, Hal Ott and Mike Marshall. As an entrepreneur, Hosfeld was the founding executive and artistic director of the Icicle Creek Music Center (ICMC) in Leavenworth, Washington. Hosfeld's vision enabled ICMC to grow from an annual summer festival into a year round chamber music center, complete with 15 buildings (including a gorgeous concert hall) on a 9-acre campus. Hosfeld's decade-long tenure at ICMC made possible that organization's still flourishing curriculum of intense chamber music and orchestral programs for elite professional and highly qualified student musicians in a unique alpine setting. In great demand as an educator, Hosfeld has served as Faculty/Artist-in-Residence for the University of Arizona, Eastern Mennonite University, James Madison University, Louisiana State University, Central Washington University and California State University at Long Beach, and continues to direct his popular conducting and chamber music clinics across the continent. Further dedicated to the education of highly qualified pre-college musicians in inspirational environs, Scott Hosfeld founded two highly successful and now long-standing youth orchestras in the 1980's, one in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and the other in Washington's Cascade Mountains.


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