Brad Keimach and Leonard Bernstein at Tanglewood
Conducting Beethoven's Fidelio at Carnegie Hall
"Conductor Keimach has mentored a fine orchestra. Like his own teacher, Leonard Bernstein, Keimach dances like a dervish on the podium: now swooning, now alight with passion. His contagious energy definitely inspired most brilliant playing from the GYO."
- Ted Ayala, Crescenta Valley Weekly, 2011
Brad Keimach made his Carnegie Hall debut in 1986. A graduate of New York's prestigious Juilliard School, Mr. Keimach studied conducting at Tanglewood with Leonard Bernstein, and holds an MFA from the Purchase Conservatory of the State University of New York.
He is currently Music Director of the Glendale Youth Orchestra, and has been Music Director of the Westfield Symphony, The Musica Viva Chamber Symphony and the West Orange Collegiate Orchestra, as well as appearing as guest conductor of numerous orchestras, opera and ballet companies.
Mr. Keimach served four years as a Teaching Artist for the Lincoln Center Institute for the Arts in Education, and has taught at Kean College, Purchase Conservatory, CSUN, and Antioch University, and currently maintains a private studio for advanced conducting students.
Give yourself the gift of conducting: study now with Brad Keimach.
Mr. Keimach is available for symphonic, operatic, and pops concerts.
Contact for availability and details: 310. 826. 6958 or email Brad here.
Conducting Mahler Symphony No. 4 at Carnegie Hall