Chamber Music & Orchestra!

Chamber music develops: Collaboration: Chamber music involves working with others while treating everyone as equals, sharing opinions and striving to come together to make something beautiful. Each individual voice is important so chamber music is a true collaboration.

- Leadership: There is no conductor! Each member of the group has to become the leader at the appropriate time to help achieve the goals of the group.

- Responsibility: When each student play his or her part alone, there is no place to hie. So each person is responsible for his or her part! Shares attendance an punctuality are important in an ensemble so this develops the inner sense of responsibility.

- FUN! Chamber music is a great combination of being with friends and playing some of the greatest music written in history!

- Listening: chamber music focuses on listening to oneself and to others, forcing rapid growth in this aspect

- Intonation: chamber music forces musicians to pay close attention to how to play in tune and to open up their internal and external ears to do so

- Rhythm: Be there that anyone he can put I wanted to inrouce fodoes. is simply no better way to grow in rhythm than through chamber music and playing well with other musicians!
- Greater knowledge of the styles: chamber music is very obvious in the styles of each era.

- Better replacement for orchestra: orchestra is a lower version of chamber music with less personal responsibility, less true collaboration, less learning and less social interaction on a close level. Chamber music can also provide a

What is Chamber Music?

Chamber music is the 'social aspect' of music making which is similar to a 'band' an was also considered the highest form of art by many great musicians an thinkers of the Englithenment an Romantic eras. Chamber music is fun, social, challenging and generally more impressive an satisfying to perform than normal solo music.