The Annapolis Chamber Players are pleased to announce the launch of the Annapolis Chamber Music Project (ACMP), July 12-17, 2015.
Seventeen young musicians will participate in the week-long chamber music festival of Master Classes, performance classes, lessons, small ensemble coaching sessions and recitals.
Daily concerts by Guest Artists, ACMP Faculty and Students are FREE and Open to the Public. All events are at the First Presbyterian Church, 171 Duke of Gloucester St. in Annapolis.
Please join us in celebrating summer with great music!
SUNDAY, July 12 @ 2:30: Kick-Off Concert – ACMP Faculty & Friends
Featuring Eric Ewazen’s Ballade, Pastoral & Dance for Flute, French Horn & Piano, a wonderful trio full of Romanticism, rhythmic complexity and American jazz and folk influences; Mozart’s beloved and divine Quintet in A Major K.581 for Clarinet and String Quartet.
MONDAY, July 13 @ Noon: U.S. Army String Quartet. Classical Favorites by Mendelssohn & Haydn
TUESDAY, July 14 @ Noon: U.S.N.A. Woodwind Quintet. French Flavor
WEDNESDAY, July 15 @ Noon: Monumental Brass Quintet. Great American Brass Tribute
THURSDAY, July 16 @ Noon: ACMP Faculty & Students : Guest: Steven Rainbolt, Baritone. Beethoven’s Scottish Lieder (Op. 108)
FRIDAY, July 17 @ Noon: ACMP Faculty & Students
FRIDAY, July 17 @ 3:30: FINAL Concert – ACMP Students
Sponsored by the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County and generous patrons.