Love to play chamber music? Never played chamber music but always wanted to? If you are an amateur adult musician or a student musician age 13 or older, come and join us for a fun-filled day meeting and playing with other musicians and exploring the wonderful world of chamber music.
The Discovery Workshop (formerly known as Day of Madness) is coached by Skyros Quartet, and is packed with activities including a musicianship class, coached sessions, sight reading, and more!
Come as an individual or attend with your ensemble!
- Adult amateurs and students of high school and college age welcome
- Insights and coaching from Skyros Quartet
- Strings & Piano
- Small ensemble sight-reading sessions
- Stress-free supportive environment
- Live performance by Skyros Quartet
Registration closes February 15th.
Skyros Quartet provides invaluable advice during the coaching sessions. Participants find it invaluable to learn rehearsal techniques from a professional string quartet.
Student Tuition (age 13-24):
Tuition Assistance is available! Please register AND fill out the Tuition Assistance Form to apply. Decisions are based on income and need criteria without discrimination due to race, ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation.
COVID-19 Safety Protocol
IMPORTANT! All program participants and guests must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19 at least two (2) weeks prior to the workshop. Our requirement includes both a primary vaccine series AND a booster dose.
Chamber Music Guild will follow the Washington State Department of Health Covid-19 guidelines in effect for King County. Recommended preventive measures may include mask-wearing, frequent hand-washing, and maintaining social distance.
“Piece selection was amazing…the musicians I played with were great…coaching made a huge difference!”
“Well organized..offers a unique experience of working with a team of coaches who deal with the process of rehearsal.”
“The coaching was focused, helpful, insightful, and aimed at exactly where we were with the piece. The coaching made a real noticeable difference in our ensemble!”