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The International Conductors’ Festival – Danville

July 18 – 30, 2016

Dr. Jaemi Blair Loeb, Director

Presented by Bluegrass Community Bank

Member FDIC

Want to get involved with ICF-Danville?

There are many ways to be a part of this exciting new festival and conductor training workshop. We are always excited to have community help and support, so if none of the options below seems like your speed, simply contact us and we’ll find a way for you to help.


Option 1: Click here to donate online.


Option 2: Make a check out to “ICF” and mail it to:

Jaemi Loeb

c/o Community Arts Center

462 W. Main St.

Danville, KY



All donations are tax-deductible (please consult your tax professional).


Individual Donor Levels

Mozart (up to $99)

  • Two reserved-seat tickets for one concert at Weisiger Theater (July 22 or July 29). Tickets are free, but otherwise general admission.

Beethoven ($100 to $199)

  • Two reserved-seat tickets for both concerts at Weisiger Theater (July 22 and July 29). Tickets are free, but otherwise general admission.
  • Two tickets to one of the festival VIP events.

Schubert ($200 and above)

  • Two reserved-seat tickets for both concerts at Weisiger Theater (July 22 and July 29). Tickets are free, but otherwise general admission.
  • Two tickets to all of the festival VIP events.


If you or your business are interested in becoming a festival sponsor (donations of $1,000 or more), please contact the festival director, Dr. Jaemi Loeb for details.


Come to a public event.

ICF-Danville’s mission is to offer exciting opportunities for members of the community to get up-close and personal with live music making. Check out our various public events (most of which are free) and come see what all the fun is about.



No festival can operate without volunteers from the community. We need the following kinds volunteers:

Concert ushers

Visiting musician hospitality – host a section of the orchestra in your home, invite the conductors out for a drink, or simply show some people around town

Special skills – light and sound board operators, audio and video recording gurus, and other tech theater specialists

Musicians – select amateur musicians may be needed to supplement the Piccadilly Symphony Orchestra for specific pieces


Click here to sign up to be a volunteer!