2015-2016 Adult Chamber Music
It’s a small, delightful world.
Participating in a chamber ensemble is one of the most rewarding experiences any musician can have. Participants enjoy the challenge of playing an independent part, the richness of the repertoire, and the close personal contact amongst colleagues.
The adult chamber music program at Hartt is open to string, piano, woodwind, and brass players. Ensembles are organized by interest and ability and are coached by Community Division faculty.
The chamber music program will be divided into fall and spring sessions, each culminating in an end-of-session recital. We encourage everyone to participate in these recitals, but they are not obligatory.
Benefits of the Adult Chamber Music Program:
- Coachings with exceptional Hartt Community Division faculty
- Master classes
- Performance Opportunities
- formal concerts in Berkman Recital Hall for interested groups
- informal house concerts to enjoy music with each other
- outreach concerts to share our music with the community
Other benefits for Community Division students:
- Hartt concert discounts with HCD ID
- Free Music Theory classes
- Allen Music Library Privileges
Suggested number of meetings is 12 per semester, with a minimum of 8.
||3 - 5 Members
|HCD private-lesson students
|All other students
Chamber placement meetings will be held to place participants in a group that matches their ability and interests. The meeting will include playing for the program coordinator and other chamber music faculty.
To schedule a chamber placement meeting or if you have additional questions, please contact the Community Division main office at (860) 768-4451 or the Adult Chamber Music coordinators, Barbara Hopkins, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Pablo Issa at email@example.com.
Please see the registration or billing pages for more information on Community Division policies.