CCMI aims to bring the world's finest musicians to Charleston to celebrate chamber music and solo performance. Its faculty artists are committed to mentoring the next generation of concert artists. The beauty and culture of Charleston are an inspiring environment for our intensive week of music making.
Tuition to CCMI is $775 per participant. Students will be considered for scholarship for the 2022 CCMI session.
As colleagues, Yuriy Bekker and Paul Sánchez have enjoyed making music together - both in chamber music, and also in concerto performance - and our shared musical values are at the core of CCMI: our commitment to excellence, to approaching music as artists connected with the traditions passed down to us, and as musicians excited to help foster the very best in the next generation of professional musicians.
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Amanda Castellone, CCMI, Music Department, College of Charleston | 66 George Street | Charleston, SC 29424 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Take a break from the summer heat and enjoy an evening of intimate chamber music at the newly renovated Sottile Theater at the College of Charleston. The faculty of the Charleston Chamber Music Intensive (CCMI) will perform selections by Mozart, Dvorak, Kodaly, and Mendelssohn. Join these world-class musicians in a memorable performance that will uplift your spirits and cool you off from the summer heat. Musicians featured are Yuriy Bekker, Jamie Clark, Herbert Greenberg, Tomas Jakubek, Michael Klotz, Jan-Marie Joyce, Asako Kremer, Damian Kremer, and Amanda Castellone