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University of Iowa String Quartet Residency Program

UI Chamber Music


String/Piano Chamber Music at the University of Iowa

Students enrolled in String/Piano Chamber Music at the University of Iowa have many opportunities over the course of the semester to work with internationally recognized artists and to perform in recitals and master classes.   Whether you envision yourself having a career in chamber music or just want to explore the repertoire, the University of Iowa Chamber Music Program offers students countless avenues for students to grow as chamber musicians.

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A UI  student group (Tom Maples, Thiago Ancelmo, Andrew Gentzsch and Sasha Burdin) after a performance of Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time for the Music Study Club.  

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A UI student quartet performs at Prairie Lights as part of the Chamber Music Everywhere Project.

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UI undergraduate student group working with Liz Freivogel from the Jupiter Quartet.

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A UI chamber group that performed Pendercki’s Clarinet Quartet for eight blackbird on a masterclass

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UI wind and piano students explore a Beethoven trio with members of the Jupiter Quartet.

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Students working with Scott St. John and Chris Costanza from the St. Lawrence String Quartet during a master class in a class offered by Hancher at the University of Iowa

Thanks to our program’s close relationship with Hancher, students enrolled in String/Piano Chamber Music have the opportunity to work with visiting artists such as the American String Quartet, the St. Lawrence String Quartet (pictured above) and eighth blackbird.

DSC_0939UI chamber music students after their recital

IMG_1107UI students gather over break for an informal chamber music reading party

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