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School of Music graduate chamber ensembles offer a focused, collaborative experience in chamber music study.
The chamber music program combines individual musical virtuosity with the shared spirit of ensemble playing, building flexibility, teamwork, leadership, communication and entrepreneurial skills for students.
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The first cohort of the Graduate String Quartet Assistantship matriculates in the fall of 2021, recruited, coached and mentored by the Calidore String Quartet in their first semester as faculty in the School of Music. The Calidores have selected the Abeo Quartet as the first Graduate String Quartet at UD. Abeo was formed in 2018 while undergraduates at The Juilliard School. They won the silver medal at the 2019 Fischoff International Chamber Music Competition, the nation's largest chamber music competition, and have been featured in New York at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Alice Tully Hall and on WQXR's Midday Masterpieces.
The Graduate Brass Quintet is the premier brass quintet at The University of Delaware. Made up of
all performance graduate students, the group seeks to perform a diverse
range of music from classical Renaissance music to modern popular music.
The Brass Quintet also prides itself on its ability to adapt to the
world-wide pandemic while maintaining the highest level of
The award winning Graduate Percussion Group is a fully funded fellowship program. Each member is awarded a fellowship for their studies at UD by co-directing and performing in this ensemble. Coached and mentored by the faculty ensemble in residence (Quey Percussion Duo), the Graduate Percussion Group is actively engaged in artistic creativity on a daily basis through rehearsing, performing, and administration of a self-sustaining ensemble that straddles the line between collegiate and professional performing experiences.
The Graduate Percussion Group presents regular programs throughout the year in addition to numerous projects related to audio recording, video production, outreach, recruiting, competitions, and composer-performer experiences. Graduate Percussion Group members also often perform side-by-side with guest and faculty artists.In addition to performances, as a self-sustaining ensemble, each student will assume administrative roles to guarantee the success of the ensemble such as scheduling, programming, recruiting, outreach, marketing and promotion, and social media management to name a few.
3-2-1 Winds engages audiences in educational and concert settings to celebrate wind quintet repertoire and reimaging classical music for the 21st century.
Members of the 3-2-1 Winds graduated Spring 2021. Follow their continuing story on their website.