Join Our Chamber Music Ensemble

Suzuki Method

Playing music with welcome friends.

Whether you are school aged or graduated decades ago, we’ll try and place you in a group with peers of similar ages and levels.
You will be coached by one or more of our experienced teachers who have spent much of their careers playing and coaching chamber music.

If you’re a pianist you don’t get to play in orchestras or bands, and practicing by yourself can get lonely. Or, if you are in a band or orchestra, it might not be lonely, but it’s hard to even hear yourself when you’re one of many on the same instrument!

Playing music with 2 or 3 other musicians is exciting because you get to be a soloist — the only one on your part — but you also get to play with other musicians. It’s a very intimate and deeply enriching way to experience music. Contact us to join the ensemble.

Students will learn:

  • To work with their fellow musicians towards a common goal.
  • To listen better and become more responsive and sensitive musicians.
  • To collectively explore the composer’s intentions, and learn how to express them.
  • To learn to work well as part of an ensemble.

Joining Our Chamber Music Ensemble


As members of a community — the ensemble — students learn to lead, listen, respond, and make musical decisions together.

Members of the ensemble grow to trust and respect one another. This all leads to a cohesive and profound musical experience. A premium chamber music experience is also available where the teacher is a player as well as coach of the ensemble.

Participation is dependent on enough students of similar ages and levels signing up as well as schedule availability. 

Through this shared process, strong friendships are forged.

With this focused, in depth work on a piece, students
will grow musically and personally in ways that are unexpected.

Elevate Your Performing Experience by Joining The Chamber Music Ensemble