July 24-30, 2017
Chicago College of Performing Arts
Chicago Cultural Center
For 2017, Credo returns to the orchestral realm, presenting a tuition-free program for advanced pre-professional players. A week of intensive rehearsals, sectionals, master classes, and community outreach will culminate in the presentation of Rossini’s Semiramide Overture and Mendelssohn’s Italian Symphony at the Chicago Cultural Center. Participants will be housed in the heart of Chicago, at Roosevelt University’s exciting new dorm.
The Credo Orchestral program has been the launching pad for many careers. Recent appointments of Credo alumni include:
- Principal Cellist, Indianapolis Symphony
- Principal Violist, Chicago Sinfonietta
- Associate Principal Trumpet, San Antonio Symphony
- Associate Principal Second Violin, Utah Symphony
- Baltimore Symphony, violin
- Grant Park Symphony Orchestra, violin and viola
- Houston Grand Opera Orchesta, viola
- St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, violin
- National Flute Association, winner of both solo competition and orchestral excerpt competition
Faculty will include Credo Artistic Director Peter Slowik, Eastman School Flute Professor Bonita Boyd, and members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.