ChamberFest 2020
A day and overnight music camp for strings, woodwinds and piano


Covid-19 update: 
We are hoping that this dark cloud will lift in time to make music together this summer! We do understand that this may change and wanted to let you know that if we are unable to host ChamberFest this summer, everyone that is signed up will receive a full refund (including the non-refundable deposit). Be well!

Ariana Falk, Director
Session I  July 13-17; Session II  July 20-24
Clark University, Worcester MA

Application deadline May 22, 2020

ChamberFest is music-making and fun! Create lasting friendships with people who share your passion for music

ChamberFest is an innovative chamber music camp for strings, woodwinds, and pianists ages 12 and up. We create a stimulating multi-generational atmosphere that promotes cooperation and creativity through a combination of coaching sessions, workshops, and concerts given by WCMS’s world-class musicians.

Our program is tailored to suit both students of all ages, intermediate through advanced. Coachings, African drumming, masterclasses, concerts – BBQ, sports, skit-night, and more!

NEW in 2020 – Composer track available
New this summer– Master flutist and new-music champion Orlando Cela will lead a 5-day session during Session II (July 20 – 24). Mr. Cela will give constructive feedback and suggestions, and your composition will be performed by our world-class faculty.

This is the perfect opportunity for you to bring your compositions for:

  • String trio
  • Flute quartet (flute, violin, viola, and cello), and
  • Piano trio

Applications available now!
Day participants 12+, Overnight participants 14+, Adult amateurs are encouraged to apply to Session 1.

ChamberFest Mentoring Opportunity

ChamberFest participants will have the opportunity during camp for an internship working with youth from Neighborhood Strings, our intensive, accessible music program for children who live in downtown Worcester. Neighborhood Strings youth participate in daily afternoon group coaching sessions with faculty, with ChamberFest musicians as mentors. This opportunity, available during both sessions, offers participants a valuable chance for volunteer experience in a serious artistic environment. Interested participants can also continue their volunteer work with youth in the year-round Musician as Citizen program.



This program has been made possible, in part with support from ACMP The Associated Chamber Music Players, and the PEACE Fund of the Greater Worcester Community Foundation

Thank you!