Join us for the 2022
DATES: June 13-17 (Monday-Friday)
TIME: 9:00am-Noon daily
LOCATION: Metropolitan State University Arts building
PRICE: $395 total (CYSO requires a $300 deposit to hold your spot)
Click HERE to register. (Registration is now CLOSED for the 2022 camp)
Click HERE for payment
**All students will be required to submit a short audition video and payment for proper group placement no later than the registration deadline (May 15, 2022).
Please email video to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsors: The Denver Foundation, The Scientific & Cultural Facilities District, Metropolitan State University Music Department, Colorado Creative Industries, the National Endowment of the Arts, and the COVID-19 Arts and Culture Relief Fund.
A one-week day camp for strings and winds
Rehearse and perform trios, quartets, quintets, and works for other small ensembles
Connect with friends and make new ones
Ensembles include string groups, woodwind quintets, flute choir, clarinet choir, and brass groups
Open to musicians ages 7-19, no previous chamber music experience required
Beginners to advanced musicians, all playing levels welcome
Professional coaching by Colorado Symphony Orchestra members and music faculty from Colorado Universities
Performance in a final recital.
CYSO CHAMBER CAMP FAQ’S
-What do I bring to camp?
Comfortable face mask, water bottle, music stand, chamber music (will come to you by email), and a pencil. Snacks are provided :-)
-When is the final recital?
The final recital will be held the last morning of camp at the King Center recital hall.
-What do I wear to camp?
Dress comfortably: shorts, whatever you want. Please remember to wear your face mask.
-What do I wear for the recital?
Dressy, church-type clothing.
-Who comes to the recital?
Friends and family!
-Where is camp?
The 2022 CYSO Chamber Music Camp location is at Metropolitan State University.
IMPORTANT: Refunds will not be given after the registration deadline (May 15, 2022). This deadline is put in place because students must be placed in groups. Dropping out after the deadline causes hardship for other young musicians in the assigned chamber ensemble.