Comparing to solo performance or playing in an orchestra, chamber music normally involves 2 to 10 musicians practicing and playing together. Great music experiences and lifelong friendship can often form from such small ensembles. Combining self-practice, supervised studio practice, one to on lesson, and ear training, chamber music campers benefits from

  • playing independently, usually one player for one part, without conductor
  • interacting and cooperating with each other more closely, using eye contact, movements
  • listening to self and each other really carefully
  • playing with more precise intonation
  • playing with more delicate dynamic balance
  • exchanging, sharing and expressing deeper insight of music