Chamber Music Program
Widener University's chamber music and string performance program offers a relaxed and informal atmosphere in which to play chamber music. Designed to be flexible and sympathetic to participants' needs and schedules, the program introduces interested students to a repertoire that is both accessible and challenging.
Private lessons and regular rehearsals prepare the student for studio and chamber recitals.
Open to all Levels of Ability
The Chamber Ensemble, open to students of all levels, emphasizes ensemble playing. Student groups vary according to instrumentation and ability. Performance opportunities include recitals, chamber concerts, and mini-chamber recitals, have featured the works of Beethoven, Mozart, Ravel, Glière, and Fauré.
Academic credit is given for continued participation in the Chamber Ensemble.
- Studio instruction for violin, viola, cello, guitar, and piano.
- Academic credit for participation.
- Fine Arts minor performance credit.
Scholarship awards, in the amount of $2,000 are available for students who wish to continue instrumental study.
Find out how to apply for a music scholarship.