CLASSIC CHAMBER CONCERTS AND OUR SCHOOLS

 

Educational outreach is a key feature of Classic Chamber Concerts’ mission. Our world-class artists visit Collier County High Schools the morning following their performance to conduct a master class. This provides an opportunity for students to play, the artists to listen, and then exchange suggestions to improve sound, tempo, and overall technique followed by a friendly Q&A about life as a professional musician.

To sponsor a master class, please contact Elizabeth Lynch, elynch@naplesccc.org, for details.

First Baptist Academy Gets Ready

First Baptist Academy Gets Ready

On November 19 students at First Baptist Academy were getting ready; practice makes perfect.  Then, on Monday evening, December 16, a dozen student musicians, their teacher, and the Fine Arts Director, Lani Mastrangelo, attended the opening concert of our 2020 Season,...

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David Shifrin, Anna Polonsky & Peter Wiley at Lely High School

David Shifrin, Anna Polonsky & Peter Wiley at Lely High School

 This was our final connection of artists-to-schools for the 2018-2019 season. We were greeted by Jason Jones, Band and Orchestra Director. The program at Lely has approximately 130 band members and 30 in the orchestra. The workshop began after brief introductions....

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Alexander Sitkovetsky at Gulf Coast High

Alexander Sitkovetsky at Gulf Coast High

We met Roxanna Guerra, the Orchestra and Choral Director, and her students for a workshop.  After welcoming and introductions, the artists, Alexander Sitkovetsky and Wu Qian, took the stage and played several pieces from their performance on Monday evening.  Warming...

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PHILADELPHIA BRASS QUINTET AT BARRON COLLIER HIGH SCHOOL

PHILADELPHIA BRASS QUINTET AT BARRON COLLIER HIGH SCHOOL

Members of the ensemble and our Artistic Director, Michael Finn, met at Barron Collier High School to listen to the school’s brass quintet.  Present as well, the school’s full roster of band members. After listening to the ensemble play a piece that they were working...

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