The summer is almost coming to an end! Are you interested in chamber music? You may want to join a music festival before the summer ends!
Imani Winds, the famous Grammy nominated chamber music ensemble, will be holding their annual Chamber Music Festival (IWCMF) from the dates of 8/17-8/21 later this month! It's completely virtual. No auditions. Everyone is welcome!
Please register here if you might be interested in attending!
Some of the Masterclass guests featured include the following talented musicians and groups:
Demarre McGill, principal flute, Seattle Symphony
Alex Klein, principal oboe, Calgary Philharmonic
Gabriel Campos Zamora, principal clarinet, Minnesota Orchestra
Jeff Scott, horn professor, Oberlin Conservatory
Francisco J Joubert, 2nd bassoon Louisville Symphony
PUBLIQuartet, GRAMMY nominated string quartet
Does you or your ensemble want to perform pre-recorded or live-streamed in a masterclass for audiences worldwide?
Apply by submitting a brief bio to:
Space is limited. No audition is necessary
The Imani Winds Chamber Music Festival is an initiative of the
Imani Winds Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)3 arts institution whose mission is to make meaningful connections through music.
The Imani Winds Chamber Music Festival and Foundation are proudly supported in part by the Associated Chamber Music Players, New York State Council for the Arts and the Howard Gilman Foundation.
IWCMF HISTORY Imani Winds Chamber Music festival is a summer program devoted to performance and development. After many invitations to give masterclasses and career lectures, Imani Winds realized the need to extend the time they devoted to passing on their experience as leaders in the chamber music community. This, with the ability to invite their colleagues and mentors, has helped shape what has become a successful New York City summer institute and festival. 2021 celebrates IWCMF's 11th year.
IMANI WINDS Over the course of their 20+ year career, Grammy nominated quintet Imani Winds has discovered what audiences value most from their concerts: a sense of connection - with the music, the performers, the composers, the artistry and beyond. Extolled by the Philadelphia Inquirer as “what triumph sounds like”, Imani Winds has created a distinct presence in the classical music world through their dynamic playing, culturally relevant programming, virtuosic collaborations and inspirational outreach programs.