Introducing the 2018 Mountain Area Chamber Music Festival! Join us for a week-long program of vocal and strings chamber music open to rising 6th- through 12th-graders (rising 4th- and 5th- graders with comprehensive musical backgrounds may be considered), led by world-renowned master clinicians and coaches. Daily vocal and strings coachings will be accompanied by masterclasses, musical enrichment activities and in-depth artistic training culminating in a combined concert showcasing the students’ development. A placement audition is required for camp participants, and pre-formed chamber groups are welcomed!
The Mountain Area Chamber Music Festival will meet from 9am to 3pm Monday, June 25 through Friday, June 29th, and for a dress rehearsal and performance on Saturday, June 30th. Monday through Friday classes will be held at the beautiful Rocky Mountain Academy of Evergreen.
Program cost is $300, payable by PayPal, due at acceptance to the festival.
In order to be considered for a place in the Mountain Area Chamber Music Festival, register here and submit the following registration and release forms, and the following repertoire in either audio or video-recorded format to: email@example.com. Recordings must be of high enough quality to establish playing/singing ability, musicianship, intonation, and general skill-level. Cleanly recorded (limited background noise) iPhone recordings are acceptable!
Download Registration and Release Forms Here:
For any registration questions, please contact Nadya Hill or Michael Hoffman here.
Voice Division Repertoire:
For any questions regarding the Voice Division Repertoire, please contact Michael Hoffman here
Strings Division Repertoire:
*Pre-formed chamber groups please submit a 1-2 minute prepared ensemble piece of your choice, a recording of your group playing a 2-octave G-Major Scale together, and a recording of your group playing a 2-octave g melodic minor scale together.
For any questions regarding the Strings Division Repertoire, please contact Nadya Hill here
For any questions regarding the Mountain Area Chamber Music Festival, Please contact Nadya Hill (for strings questions) or Michael Hoffman (for voice questions) here.
As musicians and performers, we recognize and embrace the diversity of all our students and staff. It is our policy to be inclusive and mindful of this diversity in our policies, programs, coachings, and interactions with others. As an organization, we affirm all people regardless of their age, culture, disabilities, ethnic origin, gender, gender identity, marital status, nationality, race, religion, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status.