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.
On October 15, members of ACMP's International Ambassadors Council (IAC) along with ACMP Executive Director Jennifer Clarke, arrived in the Netherlands for a three-day mini-retreat.
Associated Chamber Music Players' bookworms submitted a collection of music-themed summer reads. Fiction, nonfiction, memoirs and guides populate this internationally-assembled compilation.
As most know, music makes you feel better, but there is more to the story.
ACMP Board Member Vivien Schweitzer (Pf, Long Island City, New York) describes the joyful task of picking music for her recent wedding.
This year, the Susan McIntosh Lloyd award is given to the Del Sol Quartet for their excellence and diversity in chamber music education.
ACMP is looking ahead to our 72nd season of bringing people together to play chamber music. Our Updates bulletins share member stories and ACMP program updates.
We have been thrilled over this past year at the amount of interest and use of the home coaching grant program.
ACMP's recently introduced Going Places program helps players in the U.S.
More than 150 young musicians gathered in Beruit, Lebanon for the 11th annual YES Academy.