Associated Chamber Music Players (ACMP) Announces October As ACMP Drop-in Month
Associated Chamber Music Players (ACMP) announces October as ACMP Drop-in and Play Month! This new program is a great way to gather together, meet new friends, and work on a favorite piece of music.The Associate Chamber Music Players hope that ACMP Drop-in and Play Month will be new way to honor the spirit of ACMP's founders by getting players together to explore great music in a very focused and "low maintenance" way.
"Drop-in" players will focus on one piece of music with ACMP any day in the month of October. Unlike a "Play-in," the musician will spend the time working with an ensemble of players on the selected piece, prepared in advance. Musicians will reach out to others in their area with whom they don't regularly play. Participants don't have to be ACMP members - all musicians are encouraged to join! For information on planning a Drop-in and how to reach out to fellow musicians please visit: https://acmp.net/october-acmp-drop-month-pick-piece-find-players-prepare-and-play.
If you would like ACMP membership brochures, ACMP luggage tags, or a banner for your Drop-in, let the ACMP office know (firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-645-7424).
The mission of ACMP - Associated Chamber Music Players - is to stimulate and expand the playing of chamber music for pleasure among musicians worldwide, of all backgrounds, ages and skill levels, by connecting people and supporting chamber music activities and education opportunities. Since the organization began 71 years ago, ACMP has helped chamber music players find one another to share and play music together. More than 2,500 members come from every part of the world and share the love of making music with others. In the 1990s, the ACMP Foundation was created, contributing more than four million dollars to support chamber music education and engagement programs for adult amateur players and community-based chamber music education programs for young musicians and others.