Registration now open for 2021!
Chamber Music Intensive Camp
Chamber Music Intensive Camp is dedicated to the musical and personal development of the students through chamber music, supervised practice, technique classes and master classes. Our camp will expose young musicians to brilliant literature created for chamber works.
What does CMIC have to offer?
CMIC is a day camp. We will offer daily chamber coaching’s, supervised practice sessions and technique classes with our artistic staff. There will also be master classes with highly trained, professional musicians. In past years, we have had master class teachers such as Charles and Rachel Stegeman of the Pittsburgh Opera and Ballet, David Allen Wehr, acclaimed professor and chamber musician and Michael Debruyn of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. This week will end with a concert on Friday afternoon.
Which students should consider Chamber Music Intensive Camp?
Our camp is geared towards advanced students entering 6th-12th grades. The camp will be made up of Violin, Viola, Cello, Piano and Flute. Students should be prepared for a full week of hard work and personal growth. Students will receive their music ahead of time so they should come to camp knowing their parts, and be ready to work on the artistic and ensemble aspects of the music.
What will students do every day at camp?
Participants should plan to arrive to camp everyday with scales, etudes, exercise books and solo pieces that they are studying. They will be working on these during supervised practice time and performing them during the master class.