Chamber Music Ensembles (Mixed Instruments)
Performing in a chamber music ensemble is one of the most rewarding and enjoyable experiences for a musician. Students expand their overall musicianship, technique, and performance skills. In the past, we have programmed chamber music repertoire such as Beethoven string quartets, Haydn string trios, Dvorak piano trios, Ibert woodwind trios, and Mozart piano quartets. Chamber music is open to all instrumentalists: strings, woodwinds, brass, piano, and classical guitar. We also welcome musicians of all ages.
Chamber groups will be coached by a member of our piano, string, or wind/brass faculty. The ensemble coordinator will arrange the weekly coachings based on the schedules of the coaches and participants. The semester includes eleven coachings, two master classes, and a final performance. Some ensembles take advantage of opportunities to play in the community as well.
Chamber ensembles are created based on matching the level, age, and skill of the musicians who perform a successful audition.
Next session begins:
Week of February 2, 2015
Tuition per semester (14 one-hour classes):
$364.00, 10% discount for WCMS private lesson students
Days and Times:
arranged based on the schedules of coaches and participants
Ensemble coordinator: Aimée Tsuchiya
For all new and returning students
Spring Semester 2015
Thursday, January 22, 4-9 pm Sign up
Please sign up online for a time slot, or contact the school to schedule an appointment.
Requirements: A scale of the student's choice,a polished piece, and sight reading.
We also offer a 2-week intensive Summer Chamber Music Festival