We are running a condensed version of our String Initiative Chamber Music program this summer. The String Initiative is designed for aspiring string instrumentalists who wish to learn the collaborative aspects of music making. While one-on-one lessons are one of the most important components in learning how to play an instrument, the process of collective music making is difficult, if not, impossible to recreate in a lesson format. For this reason, the String Initiative will allow students to experience the process of playing chamber music and will provide a more enriching musical experience for all involved.
The String Initiative is run by award-winning graduates of the University of Toronto's graduate music programs, specifically members from the Interro Quartet which includes violinists Adam Despinic and Dr. Steve Koh, violist Maxime Despax, and cellist Sebastian Ostertag.
This is a five day camp that runs from 9am – 4pm. Cost is $275 for half day and $375 for full day per participant. Early drop-off and late pick-up can be arranged; call to discuss the details.
If you’re an aspiring musician looking to improve your ability to play chamber music, this camp is the perfect option. Run by award-winning musicians from the University of Toronto’s graduate music programs, this five-day camp offers an unforgettable experience!