Catching Up to the Future: Building 21st Century Audiences, is Chamber Music America's Annual National Conference, offers three full days of expert-led sessions and workshops, performances, career advice, and countless opportunities to network with other chamber music professionals and enthusiasts.
- Note: Pre-Conference activities are January 16th.
Think chamber music* refers only to Western classical music? Check again. Chamber Music America (CMA) is the national service organization for ensemble music professionals working in contemporary and traditional jazz, classical, and world genres.
This year's keynote speaker Eric Booth will be talking about "New Habits of Mind—Creating the Audiences of Tomorrow." What works—and what doesn’t work—in attracting audiences for our music? Eric Booth will share insights gleaned from decades of experience helping artists make lasting connections with new and potential concertgoers.
Hope to see you there!
* CMA defines chamber music as music composed for small ensembles, with one musician per part, generally performed without a conductor.