Compared to solo performances, or playing in an orchestra, chamber music is performed by a smaller group (2-10) of musicians practicing and playing together. Great musical experiences, and lifelong friendships, often develop from such ensembles.

Combining self-practice, supervised studio practice, one-on-one lessons, and ear training, chamber music campers benefit from:

-Playing independently, usually one player for one part, without a conductor

-Interacting and cooperating with each other more closely, using eye contact and body language listening attentive to both your own and your partner’s playing

-Playing with more precise intonation

-Playing with more delicate dynamic balance

-Expressing and sharing deeper insights into music

-Performing for a live audience at the end of the session.

**All courses are subject to change.