Chamber Group Pairing Policy
Students who expect to enroll in Chamber the coming semester must fill out the Chamber Group Request Form and submit it online before the end of the current semester.
The Chamber Group Request Form includes the following information:
The ensemble type.
Title of repertoire.
List of the students in the chamber.
The chamber members list does not have to be complete. Students can list up to three professor names on the form for the desired professor.
Types of ensembles may include the following:
String duet, trio, quartet, quintet, or sextet, etc.
Strings with Piano
Sonata, Piano Trio, Piano Quartet, piano quintet, etc.
Woodwinds duet, trio, quartet, quintet, or other ensembles with or without strings and/or piano
Two pianos or Four HandsBrassDuo, Trio, Quartet, or other ensembles with or without strings, winds, and/or piano
The Office of Academic Affairs places students in groups based on their Chamber Group Request Form. Academic Affairs also assists students who have not yet formed groups.
If there are still students who are without chamber members, the students can form a group with the following performers:
Volunteer (External Performer)
Students who have enrolled in double chambers for the semester*
*A student who has already applied for a chamber group may enroll in a second chamber group if they have Chamber course requirements remaining, so long as they stay within the course load limit and have received permission from the Office of Academic Affairs.
Students who wish to take two-chamber classes simultaneously must submit an Additional Chamber Group Request Form with their Chair’s approval.
Office of Academic Affairs