In addition to public performances during the festival, daily master classes designed for young musicians and composers, will be offered to a limited number of students to learn from renowned professionals and recording artists such as Mr. Ayala and SŌ Percussion.
Students will learn from renowned professionals and recording artists. Master classes serve to critique and encourage student participants in a performance setting and are open to the public in the McSwain Theatre for those who wish to observe.
The registration due date has been extended. Download the Master Class application.
Pre-concert lectures, conducted by Artistic Director, Jerod Tate, will provide background information about the artists and repertoire of the upcoming concert.
Mr. Tate will lecture-demonstrate with music, video and slides designed to give the audience a taste of the music they are about to hear.
Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend, and are invited to participate with questions and discussion about various aspects of chamber music and the Festival.