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Chamber Music Intensive

Teen - College Age
Open to advanced string, flute, and piano players by audition.

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August 7 - 11, 2017 | 9:30 am – 4:30 pm | Mon - Fri

Concert: Sat., Aug. 12 at 4pm


Raise your artistry with this challenging immersion program for aspiring young musicians. Hone your individual and ensemble playing skills and polish your repertoire through coaching sessions, guided practice time, and masterclasses with distinguished teaching artists.

 

Meet program coordinator, IHM Piano Department Co-Chair, Amy Lee

Tuition: $625 (non-refundable $200 deposit due with registration)
Scholarships
are available for all Music School programs.

Auditions: After you register, you will be contacted to schedule an appointment.

*Students Please Note: We are only accepting registrations from viola and piano students at this time.. All other instruments are being placed on a waiting list.. For questions email Class & Ensemble Manager Michael Havay. or call (978) 486-9524 ext. 105.

Schedule:

9:30-10:30 - Ensemble 1 Rehearsal

10:30-10:45 - Break

10:45-11:45 - Ensemble 2 Rehearsal

11:45-12:30 – Lunch Break

12:30-1:15 – Ensemble 1 Rehearsal

1:15-2:00 - Ensemble 2 Rehearsal

2:00-2:15 - Break

2:15-3:15 - Electives

3:15-4:30 - Flex Period - workshops, masterclasses, large ensemble, lessons, practice


Instructors:

Amy Lee, piano, Co-Chair, Piano Department, IHM

U.D. and M.M. in Piano Performance, Longy School of Music; additional studies at Boston University and Emerson College. Principal teachers: Randall Hodgkinson, Roberto Poli, Judith Ross

Amy is a multi-faceted musician who is passionate about collaboration, chamber music, and education. Her repertoire ranges from Bach and Martino to new music collaborations with young composers. She performs chamber music regularly with Trio d’amis and frequently collaborates with composer Timothy Dusenbury. From concert halls to libraries, salons and jazz clubs, Amy has performed internationally and across the East Coast, with chamber performances in the UK, the Sheung Wan Civic Center in Hong Kong, as well as recitals at in New York, Harvard University, Bentley University, and the Brevard Music Center. An active member of NEPTA and board chair of the Massachusetts Music Teachers Association (MMTA), she also enjoys giving guest music lectures at local colleges and high schools and performing community outreach. Aside from being a musician, Amy thoroughly enjoys photography, culinary arts, and third-wave coffee!


Angelia Cho, violin
B.M., Curtis Institute of Music; M.M. and Graduate Diploma, New England Conservatory. Principal Teachers: Ida Kavafian and Donald Weilerstein

Angelia made her performance debut with the Philadelphia Orchestra at age 11 and has since enjoyed an exciting and versatile career as soloist, recitalist, chamber musician, teaching artist, and orchestral musician around the world. She is a frequent guest artist with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra and Boston’s Grammy nominated ensemble, A Far Cry (which she helped co-found). Angelia has been a fellow at Carnegie Hall’s Academy, The Juilliard School, and the Weill Institute in New York City. As an ambassador of music, she was involved in building the first national youth orchestra in Iraq, known today as the National Youth Orchestra of Iraq. She also co-founded The New England Chamber Music Festival in Montpelier, Vermont.

Caroline Reiner-Williams, cello
B.M. in Cello Performance, Atlantic Union College; M.M. in Cello Pedagogy, Longy School of Music

Caroline enjoys a busy schedule as both performer and teacher. Prior to her studies at the Longy School of Music, she toured the U.S., Canada, England, France, Russia, Spain, and Portugal as a member of several chamber ensembles, including the Boston Youth Symphony. Today she is active throughout New England as a chamber and orchestral musician, performing regularly with the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra and Bangor Symphony Orchestra. As an orchestral player, she has shared the stage with renowned soloists, such as Alisa Weilerstein and Stefan Jackiw, as well as legendary folk artists Noel Paul Stookey and Jonathan Edwards. In 2009, Caroline founded the Nashaway Trio with her husband, violinist Angel Hernandez, and pianist Roy Imperio. She is also a founding member of Trio Nuevo, along with violinists Leah Zelnick and Angel Hernandez. Caroline is on the faculty at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and Shrewsbury Public Schools. She previously taught at the Brooks School, North Andover; the Fay School, Southborough; and the Bancroft School, Worcester.



IMPORTANT NOTICE: Indian Hill Music School reserves the right at any time to cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment. We will make every effort to hold all classes offered. In the case of a cancellation, those effected will be notified as soon as possible and a full refund will be issued if another suitable class is not available.

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