Pop and rap aren’t the only two genres speeding up in tempo in the breakneck music-streaming era: The quickening of pace seems to be affecting even the oldest forms of the art.
If you're looking for a way to pep up your practice, here's a useful new tool.
Finding music to play and then obtaining the parts used to be one of the major obstacles for amateur players in gaining access to the broadest range of chamber music.
Announcing Drop-in and Play Chamber Music Month
This article is reposted from the New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/31/arts/music/s
Mark the date: this Sunday, September the 23rd!
Find out what's ahead for ACMP's 71st season. 2018-19 brings back popular ACMP favorites and introduces some new ways to expand our communtiy and keep playing!
Associated Chamber Music Players' bookworms submitted a collection of music-themed summer reads. Fiction, nonfiction, memoirs and guides populate this internationally-assembled compilation.
Stephanie Bazirjian, (Fl, NY) explories the art of chamber music collaboration as an example for teamwork in the business world; Our first virtual event, an
Amy Nathan's latest book, Making Time for Making Music:How to Bring Music into Your Busy Life is packed with stories of adult musicians' journeys back to music playing.
In the age of automation and mass production, it's gratifying to know that Steinway pianos are still created by hand at the Steinway Piano Factory in New York.