Adult Chamber Music Camp

For more than sixty years, adult musicians have come to Interlochen to read, play and polish great works of chamber music together. Chamber musicians from around the world immerse themselves in a week of instruction and performances with a faculty of leading string, keyboard and woodwind musicians.

Monday, August 11, 2014 to Sunday, August 17, 2014

Registration Fee: $500

Please click on the appropriate Register Button below, based upon your instrument.

2014 Theme: The Exuberance of Youth

This year's theme will be The Exuberance of Youth. We will focus on those precocious composers who offered so many remarkable ideas in spite of their tender years. Schubert, Mendelssohn and Beethoven figure prominently in the mix with other outlying composers, such as Arriaga, the "Spanish Mozart," amongst others, to fill out the program. We hope to explore that "youth" does not belong only to the young, but can be a state of mind enjoyed throughout ones life that demonstrates qualities of fearlessness, daring, cockiness, wonder, energy and the unparalleled joy of discovering something for the very first time. Repertoire for the Multiple Ensembles, the Faculty Concerts, and the Organized Ensembles will reflect to some degree the possibilities of seeing familiar and unfamiliar pieces with a fresh, youthful outlook. In keeping with this year's theme, an emerging artist quartet in-residence will also join us. 

We are pleased to announce a new addition to our program. This year we will be introducing an Emerging Young Artist Quartet, invoke, whose members will play with the participants in the morning Organized Ensembles as well as performing an afternoon concert. In keeping with our theme, The Exuberance of Youth, they will perform the teenage Juan Arriaga's 1st Quartet and Peter Schickele's boisterous 1st Quartet. Their talent, energy and commitment should provide a better artistic experience for all and inspire everyone to achieve their highest level of collaboration. 

Theme based repertoire:
Multiple Ensemble I      Beethoven String Quartet in A minor, Op. 132

Multiple Ensemble II     Early Schubert String Quartets

Multiple Ensemble III    Wind Repertoire (as follows)

Octets (2 ob, 2 cl, 2 hn, 2 bsn)
Beethoven: Rondino, Es-dur, fur 2 Oboen, 2 Klarinetten, 2 Horner und 2 Fagotte, Nachgelassenes Werk 
Beethoven:  Oktett fur 2 Oboen, 2 Klarinetten, 2 Horner und 2 Fagotte : Es-dur = E flat major = mi bemol majeur : op. 103 / Beethoven
Hidas, Frigyes: Divertimento
Mozart: Serenade in Eb

Nonets (1 fl, 2 ob, 2 cl, 2 bsn, 2 hn)
Donizetti: Sinfonia
Gounod: Petite Symphonie
Dectets (Double Wind Quintet)
Bernard, Emile: Divertissement pour instruments a vent
Enesco, Georges: Dixtuor, op. 14
Milhaud, Darius: Cinq symphonies pour petit orchestre
Stamitz: Partita in Eb

For a list of all 2014 Repertoire scheduled to be performed by Enso String Quartet and the Faculty Concerts, Click Here.

For more than sixty years, adult musicians have come to Interlochen to read, play and polish great works of chamber music together. Chamber musicians from around the world immerse themselves in a week of instruction and performances with a faculty of leading string, keyboard and woodwind musicians. A variety of class options provide an enriching and flexible experience to all participants, including daily reading pairings or intensive study. The Chamber Concert Series features daily performances with the Enso String Quartet and notable faculty members from leading university musical instrument performance programs.

Piano Duet and Two-Piano participants will have an opportunity to perform in master classes, individually coached sessions and to learn about piano ensemble technique and repertoire.

You may choose one of the following tracks:
“Horizons,” our traditional organized ensemble experience with exposure to a variety of repertoire and ensemble pairings.

“Polestar,” a more intensive study experience allowing a group to focus on a more limited amount of repertoire covered in greater detail. “Polestar” is ideal for pre-formed groups and those individuals who wish to work with one group in a more intense exploration and refining of a piece. Individuals opting for this track will be matched with players of similar experience and interest at the beginning of the week.

Instructors

Daniel Sender

Adult Chamber Music Camp Faculty - Violin and Daily Scheduler

Nancy Stagnitta

Instructor of Flute, Interlochen Arts Academy
Faculty, Interlochen Flute Institute
Faculty, Adult Chamber Music Camp

Wendy Rose

Adult Chamber Music Faculty-Basson/ Wind Instrument Coordinator

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