When the Coronavirus began its rampage across the world in February and March and cancellations, restrictions and quarantines followed, it was hard to imagine that life would continue to be so deep
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March 30, 2020
In the spirit of coming together to play and enjoy chamber music, even in separate locations, here are some options and ways to do just that:
Each year players from around the world come together to celebrate chamber music with friends, new and old, during the ACMP Worldwide Play-In Weekend.
This season, ACMP has launched the Chamber Music Animato! minicoaching video series featuring six short videos packed with ensemble-playing tips and demos.
ACMP’s annual chamber music jamming weekend, the Worldwide Play-in Weekend, took place on March 7 and 8, 2020, with some a little before and some a little after.
Libraries across North America are helping to remove the barriers that prevent people from playing musical instruments by making instrument loans part of their basic services.
ACMP has announced a third year of sponsoring the ACMP Young Chamber Ensemble at From the Top on NPR.
ACMP members gathered and shared music across the globe during the holiday season. Here are three reports for activities in Germany, Japan and Canada.
Our Updates bulletins share member stories and ACMP program updates. Some highlights of this issue include details of ACMP's new Animato!
The DC Chamber Musicians kicked off their 2019-20 season at a great new venue, Western Presbyterian Church in Foggy Bottom, with a master class and play-in sessions.