The Chamber Music Network

Cancelled: Luke Fleming's online Chamber Music Master Class: Sunday, June 26

Due to a lack of registration to play at this event, ACMP is canceling the masterclass planned for June 26. We will either reschedule this class or schedule something similar in Fall 2022.

Sign up your ensemble as an active participant for violist Luke Fleming's online Chamber Music Master Class: Sunday, June 26 from 2pm to5pm EDT on Zoom (with a 1pm soundcheck).

Survey link:

NOTE: Only one ensemble member should fill out this survey on behalf of the group!

Repertoire: one movement of any chamber piece for any instrumentation!

The class is open to serious amateur ensembles who want to rehearse in advance of the master class and be prepared to work with Luke on the finer details of ensemble playing and interpretation. The class will take place on Zoom - and ensembles will be expected to play together in the same room, ideally with some decent sound equipment (if possible) for optimum sound quality and listener enjoyment.

ACMP will choose 4 ensembles to participate, based on what will make the best balance for the class. If you are not chosen this time around, there will be other opportunities!

Please fill out and submit the survey by the end of the day on Sunday, June 5


About Luke Fleming:

Praised by The Philadelphia Inquirer for his “glowing refinement,” violist Luke Fleming's performances have been described by The Strad as “confident and expressive...playing with uncanny precision," and lauded by Gramophone for their "superlative technical and artistic execution.”   Festival appearances include the Marlboro Music School and Festival, the Steans Institute at Ravinia, Perlman Music Program, the Norfolk and Great Lakes Chamber Music Festivals, the Melbourne Festival, Bravo!Vail, and Festival Mozaic.  Formerly the violist of the internationally acclaimed Attacca Quartet, he has served as Artist-in-Residence for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and received the National Federation of Music Clubs Centennial Chamber Music Award.  He was awarded First Prize at the Osaka International Chamber Music Competition and top prizes at the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition.

In 2015, Mr. Fleming became the Founding Artistic Director of both the Manhattan Chamber Players, a New York-based chamber music collective, and the Crescent City Chamber Music Festival.  He currently serves as Adjunct Professor of Viola at the University of New Orleans School of the Arts.  He is also a founding member of the Delaware-based Serafin Ensemble.  He has performed as a guest artist with the Escher, Modigliani, Pacifica, Serafin, and Solera String Quartets, the Eroica, Lysander, and Gryphon Piano Trios, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Decoda, Ensemble Connect, Sejong Soloists, the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, and the New York Classical Players, and has given masterclasses at UCLA, Louisiana State University, Ithaca College, Columbus State University, Syracuse University, Melbourne University, and the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, among others.  Mr. Fleming has served on the faculties of the Innsbrook Institute, Renova Music Festival, Festival del Lago, and Houston ChamberFest, and Fei Tian College and is Lecturer-in-Residence for the concert series Project: Music Heals Us. 

Mr. Fleming holds the degrees of Doctor of Musical Arts, Artist Diploma, and Master of Music from the Juilliard School, a Postgraduate Diploma with Distinction from the Royal Academy of Music in London, and a Bachelor of Music summa cum laude from Louisiana State University.  He is represented with the Manhattan Chamber Players by Arts Management Group.

Photo credit: Sarah Fleming