Chamber

Overview Phil Daley

Chamber Ensembles
Pete Nowlen, coordinator (Fall 2019)

Chamber ensembles are excellent opportunities for advanced music students who are seeking additional performance experience with a focus on chamber music repertoire. Intermediate students may also be placed as opportunities arise.

How to participate—
There are two ways to be placed in a chamber ensemble:

  1. Be recommended by your instrument instructor. In this method of placement a chamber ensemble audition is not required.
  2. Audition with the coordinator, Pete Nowlen.
    1. Sign up for an audition time (and if already auditioning for concert band, that audition will serve as your Chamber Ensemble audition as well).
    2. Prepare a solo piece that demonstrates fast and slow playing (it can be two different pieces or sections from the same work).

Ground rules—

  • Students may generally only participate in one ensemble per quarter. 
  • Students must be available to perform at the end-of-quarter concert.
  • Students must fill out this Google form with information on schedule availability and other important information.
  • Ensembles will be formed of three or more players.
  • NEW: Percussion ensemble students should instead enroll (with consent of instructor) in MUS 155.

Course Information: MUS 146. Chamber Music Ensembles
Meets by arrangement.
1 Unit / CRN will be given once accepted to the course.

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