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Chamber Music Academy
November 27 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 4:30 pm on Wednesday, repeating until January 29, 2020
To participate you must be a fluent music reader and play a string instrument, piano or be an intermediate level-and-above woodwind player in Grades 4 – 12.
Come join us and experience the joy of playing chamber music! Learn more about finding your ‘musical voice.’ This is a collaborative music program that gives kids a great way to develop their musical skills while working with their peers. All students work in set chamber music groups coached by high level professional musicians, plus: chamber orchestra for strings working with Michael Davis, former concertmaster of the Louisville Symphony Orchestra; woodwind ensemble; and piano four hands for pianists. Master classes with guest artists include festival artists from WinterFest and Front Range Chamber Players take place throughout both semesters.
Build your technical skills while gaining a greater understanding of how to play musically. Come join us for a great way to learn more about different styles of music, how to play in a small group, feel musically confident and have your own voice. We’ll help you build technical skills and get a greater understanding of how to play musically.
Don’t forget! We’ve established a Chamber Music Academy College Scholarship Fund. Enroll in the program for at least 3 consecutive years and you are eligible to apply for a $2000 scholarship for a graduating high school senior. This award can be used at any 4-year college in the pursuit of any declared major and will be first awarded in 2020.
Please contact Jephta Bernstein to participate as a sponsor or donor, financially or through the donation of pianos and instruments.
For details and registration, visit Chamber Music Academy