The Chamber Music Network

ACMP Affiliates

ACMP's Affiliates Program offers valuable connections that enrich the world of chamber music playing. Each affiliation is individually developed and offers something special.

Going Places Affiliates 

Going Places provides ACMP members access to five local groups of chamber music players and enthusiasts in Europe and one in Japan. ACMP members can find out more here (must be logged in).

These affiliates open doors to a whole new network of players:

  • Berliner Kammermusikliste, Berlin, Germany
  • I Cambristi Belgium, Brussels, Belgium
  • Cambristi Milano - Cambristi Roma - The Italian Chamber Music Network
  • Cambristi Lemani, Geneva Region, Switzerland
  • APA (Amateur Music Players’ Association, Japan), Tokyo, Japan
  • Benslow Music, London, Cambridge, Oxford and other cities, UK

Access to Going Places is for ACMP members.

New Horizons International Music Association Chamber Music Workshops  

In summer 2019, New Horizons International Music Association (NHIMA) is presenting three chamber music camps for intermediate and advanced players ages 50 and above, sponsored by ACMP. This is the second year of a collaboration between NHIMA and ACMP, making high quality chamber music workshops accessible at a subsidized rate – this year, registration is $35 for a four-day workshop (accommodation is not included).

The New Horizons Chamber Music Camps will be hosted by the Cumberland Valley School of Music in Chambersburg, PA, and Eastman Community Music School, Rochester, New York. To attend these New Horizons Chamber Music Camps, players must be members of ACMP or NHIMA.

Confirmed dates and locations (visit us again for updates on registration):

  • June 10-16, Eastman-Rochester New Horizons Program, 26 Gibbs St., Rochester, NY  14604. Coaches: strings, woodwinds and brass. Program Director, Dr. Petar Kodzas
  • June 24-27, Cumberland Valley School of Music, 1015 Philadelphia St., Chambersburg, PA 17201. Coaches: strings, woodwinds and brass. Program Manager: Heather Kline. Registration and information here
From The Top on NPR

ACMP has announced a second year of sponsorship of the ACMP Young Chamber Ensemble at From the Top on NPR. These funds provide support for the next generation of chamber music players - talented young people with a passion for playing music together in small ensembles. More information here

Amazon Smile:

You can support ACMP's unique grant programs for adult amateur and community chamber music education by shopping on Amazon Smile, and selecting ACMP as your charity of choice. It is very easy to set up at this link.

Business Affiliates

The following companies offer discounts to our members - everthing a musician needs including sheet music, accessories, and insurance. Once logged in, members can fine more information here.

If you represent an organization that would like to explore an affiliation with ACMP, contact the Executive Director, Stephanie Griffin, (Note: workshops are not eligible unless they are provided free or at low cost registration for ACMP members.)