Student Activities

Performance Workshops

CAMSA invites pianists, instrumentalists, and vocalists of all ages and levels to perform solo and ensemble works in an informal setting. To participate, the student's teacher must be a member of CAMSA. Teachers should register students by contacting the workshop leader as early as possible. Time is limited and students are accepted in order of registration.

Be prepared to give the leader the following information: student name, age, instrument, title and composer of works to be performed, length of work, and name of accompanist if applicable. Fee: $10 per student per workshop. Students are expected to stay for the duration of the workshop in which they are performing.

Workshop Calendar

Concerto Concert

The annual Concerto Concert features student soloists performing concerto movements with piano accompaniment. The soloists are of all ages and instruments. The concert setting gives these students valuable experience performing this special repertoire.

Honors Recital

The purpose of the honors recital is to stimulate, encourage, and inspire performance by students of all CAMSA members. Teachers of all instruments are invited to present one or two of their most deserving students in the Honors Recital. This is a wonderful performance opportunity and experience for students. The public is cordially invited to attend the concert and the reception that follows.

11th Annual CAMSA Honors Recital in 2017

Date: Saturday June 3, 2017
Concord Public Library
129 Main Street
Concord, MA
Nilly Shilo, Chair

pdf Honors Recital Registration Form

Requirements

  • The maximum time allowed per teacher is 10 minutes.
  • Each performer must have participated in at least one CAMSA workshop during the previous school year.
  • All solo pieces must be memorized.
  • The Honors Recital Registration Form and fee of $10 per student must be postmarked by May 1 and mailed to Nilly Shilo, CAMSA Honors Recital Coordinator.

Scholarships

CAMSA awards student scholarships for both private study and summer music camps. To be eligible, a student must be currently studying with a CAMSA teacher. Students awarded scholarships are asked to perform in at least one workshop each year.