Chamber Music

Chamber music study is an integral part of performance studies at the University of Northern Colorado. Experience in small ensembles affords the developing musician the opportunity to bridge the gap between the individual lesson and the large ensemble. Students learn to balance independence with interdependence while honing both technical and musical skills in an inspiring, creative and collaborative setting.

The Pan Am Duo performs at the 2017 UNC Arts Gala.

Pan Am Duo

The Pan Am Duo performs at the 2017 UNC Arts Gala.

A chamber woodwind trio plays at a local coffee shop during the inaugural UNC Day of Music.

UNC Day of Music

A chamber woodwind trio plays at a local coffee shop during the inaugural UNC Day of Music.

Guest artist William Preucil, concertmaster of the Cleveland Orchestra, coaching a UNC string quartet

String Quartet Guest Artist Coaching

Guest artist William Preucil, concertmaster of the Cleveland Orchestra, coaching a UNC string quartet

Courses

Music students may enroll for chamber music at the lower division, upper division, and graduate levels. Chamber music ensembles are assigned by audition, and will meet regularly for rehearsals and for faculty coaching.