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.
Jo Margaret Farris (Vn, Va), a giant in the amateur chamber world, died peacefully on 9 June 2018 in Albuquerque NM. She was 85.
The Violin Channel member Sabrina Young from the United States was keen to know: “How important really is chamber music? What does it really do for a student’s playing?”
The Interactive website CelloBello offers a broad selection of free resources covering every aspect of learning and playing the cel
ACMP member Frank van der Drift (Vn/Va, Dordrecht, Netherlands) shared his writings on a decades-long obsession with pitch and intonation.
Earlier this month, players from around the world came together to celebrate music with friends, new and old, during the ACMP Worldwide Play-In Weekend.
A new study claims that a quiet working environment seems to be best when it comes to creative problem solving.
It’s that time of year again! Play-in weekend is happening this upcoming weekend, March 2nd and 3rd.