Chamber Music
Jul 05, 8:00 am - Jul 09, 5:00 pm
Lecture or Speaker

HS Chamber Music Camp

July 5-10, 2020 Cost of Camp: $930.00 ($100 DEPOSIT DUE AT TIME OF REGISTRATION)

Complete the online Registration form at 

Deadline May 1, 2020

The Program:
The Summer Chamber Music Institute is a week-long overnight camp for String Players, Pianists, and Guitarists entering grades 9-12. Students have the opportunity to interact with world-class musicians and music educators from the MostArts Festival Orchestra residency. Our goal is to provide positive and creative experiences for musical and personal growth for every student, while having a great time at our beautiful Upstate NY campus.

In this camp, students will be exposed to and participate in daily chamber music coaching, private lessons focused on mastering assigned chamber music repertoire, Masterclasses, Faculty Recitals, and a Student Chamber Music Performance on the last day for family and friends. Students have an opportunity to work on technique and explore various styles of chamber music playing.

Auditions are not required to be admitted, however all students should have a minimum of 3 full years of experience on their primary instrument. We do not accept beginners. You will discover new challenges to further your growth as a musician, make new friends, during an incredible week of music at the Summer Chamber Music Institute at Alfred University.

If you are a member of a district, county or section honor group, you will receive a $50 discount off the cost of the program. Members of all-state honor groups (all-state orchestra) will receive $100 off the cost of the program. Only one discount available (participant cannot request both)

To redeem your discount you must submit a photocopy of the 2019-2020 school year honor group program with your name listed. All discounts are subject to verification.

A limited number of partial scholarships are available. If you are interested and wish to apply, contact: Lisa Lantz at:

When not in classes, campers have lots of fun participating in a variety of recreational activities. Planned activities include indoor and outdoor games, hikes and movies, possible planned trips to the Equestrian Center, Foster Lake, and social gatherings at a local coffee house. There is also a farewell party on the last night of camp. Admissions interviews and campus tours can be arranged with the Admissions office by appointment (607-871-2115) on the last day of camp. Living, dining and learning together, campers have a great opportunity to get to know each other and develop lasting friendships.