Tucson Adult Chamber Players

September 23–November 17, 2018

Placement Auditions
Please register ahead of time
Saturday, September 15
Rincon United Congregational Church
122 N Craycroft Road
Tucson, AZ 85711

For more information, email Kaety Byerley at tacp@arizonachambermusic.org

Fall Session Begins
Sunday, September 23, 2018

Fall Session Recital
Saturday, November 17, 2018
Call: 2:00pm
Recital: 3:30pm
Pot Luck Reception to follow in the Prayer Garden
Rincon United Congregational Church
122 N Craycroft Road
Tucson, AZ 85711

TACP is a chamber music educational opportunity offered twice a year by Arizona Friends of Chamber Music to amateur string, wind and piano players. This program brings together musicians from all over Tucson and Southern Arizona, helps to build musical communities, provides world-class learning opportunities, and brings the joy and passion of chamber music into daily life.


Cost: $195
By registering for this program, you are making a commitment to yourself and to your ensemble to practice between rehearsals, to be available for eight 90-minute coaching sessions, and to be available for the recital. If you have travel plans, please let your group and the program director know right away know so we can schedule accordingly.

Step 1: Pay registration fee

Step 2: Complete registration form

Step 3: Schedule audition time (returning musicians don’t need to audition)


Who can join?
Any string, wind or piano player is welcome to join.
Are you dusting off your fiddle after 25 years away? Come join us!
Do you currently play with a chamber ensemble? Your group is welcome to join!
Are you an adult beginner? A semi-professional musician? This is for you.

How does it work?
Participants form chamber groups with the help of experienced coaches. Over the next two months, you have 8 90-minute coaching sessions. At the end, you get to show off what you’ve learned at a recital. Adults of all levels and abilities are welcome to join!

New participants are required to schedule a placement audition with the coaches and program director. This is a great opportunity for you to meet us, and for us to hear you play. After hearing everyone, we will build groups based on ability, and will assign repertoire that will be an enjoyable challenge for each group.

When and where do we rehearse?
Rehearsals are arranged by each group based on mutual availability, and are held in the homes of the participants, at the home of one of the coaches or at another central location, as needed.

Have more questions?
Email the program director, Kaety Byerley, tacp@arizonachambermusic.org


Support provided by the Associate Chamber Music Players


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