Why Chamber Music?

CHAMBER MUSIC: one player per part without a conductor and the intimacy of ‘rational people conversing’ through their instruments to bring one idea to fruition.

CHAMBER MUSIC: one of life’s best teachers and one of life’s greatest joys!!

Chamber Music teaches profound collaborative skills, four-dimensional listening skills, problem solving and rational decision making. Responsibility and self-esteem is built by the daily preparation and performance of each solo part within the musical composition. Leadership qualities are developed on a subconscious level as performers interactively play their parts without any conductor.

Chamber Music builds a young musician’s integrity and humility towards humanity and a common goal sharing in one idea without a conductor.

Chamber Music keeps alive an intimate relationship between the performer, audience, and composer.

Why is it important for young musicians just learning how to play, be introduced Chamber Music practice and performance?                   

Because Chamber Music performance and practice allows for each child, the musician, to develop their own voice while achieving one common musical goal.