Making Music in Southern Oregon

Ashland Chamber Music Workshop 2009

ACMW 2009 Week 2 Last Day

Ashland Chamber Music Workshop 2009 comes to a close. If you were a participant and you like these photos, you may download full resolution images. Click here ACMW Week 2 or last weeks images ACMW Week 1.






ACMW 2009 Week 2 Day 4








ACMW 2009 Week 2 Day 3 Video

Coaches and staff work in the library on tomorrow’s assignment while participants prepare for the 3PM recital.







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Ashland Chamber Music Workshop Week 2 Day 2

It starts in the morning with Rehearsal. The first four photos are from today’s Baroque group.
They rehearse in the Hinkle Room with harpsichord.
Backstage before the afternoon recital.
Performance!
Mozart Quintet





Ashland Chamber Music Workshop Week 2 Day 1

Coaches in action

Phebe Kimball

Thomas Stauffer
Cynthia Darby

Armand Ambrosini

Nancie Linn Shaw

Philip Bayles


Ashland Chamber Music Workshop Week 2





ACMW 2009 Week 1 Day 5 Last day







ACMW 2009 Week 1 Day 4










ACMW 2009 Week 1 Day 3 the video

Thanks Philip!
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ACMW 2009 Week 1 Day 3

Philip coaches early music in the Hinkle Room



Alec Wilder trio for flute, clarinet and bassoon

Emma coaches Shostakovich

Alexander demonstrates
Add the saxophone

Behind the stage during the program



ACMW 2009 Week 1 Day 2










ACMW 2009 Week 1 Day 1




This is what the chamber music library looks like spread over the tables for easy viewing.


Paricipants arrive for ACMW

On Sunday afternoon participants arrived at the SOU campus and checked into their rooms at Cox Residence Hall. We had an organizational meeting followed by Philip Bayles leading a reading orchestra. Other participants formed ensembles and “free-lanced.” Monday begins the first day of the ACMW week 1.





Ashland Chamber Music Workshop setup

On Friday Phebe, “T”, Jesse, Ryan, Tom and Cynthia setup the entire music building for our 2009 Ashland Chamber Music Workshop. This is no small task. It includes preparing 20 rooms plus the recital hall, and emptying and sorting six file cabinets worth of chamber music.

At the last minute I was called in to register incoming students so I couldn’t help with the setup. By the time I finished registration at 4PM the building was completely fininshed including all of the music library. Thanks everyone for a tremendous and skillful effort.

By 9AM the band room was ready to become the music library.

Phebe and Ryan setup the boards.