Chamber Music Institute
Spend 10 Days in the Boundary Waters
You're invited to participate in 10 fun-filled days of music making in a warm, nurturing, and encouraging environment. Come prepared to work hard and enjoy hiking, canoeing, swimming, and other outdoor activities during your free time!
Study with World Renowned Musicians
Join violinists Ariana Kim and Young-Nam Kim, and violist Sally Chisholm,
as they lead you through ten days of intense chamber music study.
Artistic Director & Violin
Young-Nam Kim has appeared in numerous festivals and as a soloist with orchestras including the Minnesota Orchestra and the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra. He has collaborated in concerts and recordings with such distinguished artists as Louis Krasner and Yo-Yo Ma and served as head of chamber music activities at Gunther Schuller's Festival at Sandpoint for over a decade.
Ariana Kim, Violin
Ariana Kim is a Professor at Cornell University. Ariana made her debut with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra at age 16 and her Carnegie Hall solo recital debut during her graduate studies at Julliard. She is the new violinist of the International M. Prize Chamber Arts Competition winning Aizuri Quartet, now in residence at the Met in New York City and the gold medal recipient of the 2017 Osaka International Chamber Music Competition.
Sally Chisholm, Viola
Sally Chisholm is a Professor and Artist-in-Residence at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. As a member of the Pro Arte String Quartet since 1991, she has toured the United States (including a performance at the White House), Korea, and Japan. She appears annually at the Marlboro Music Festival in Vermont.
Cello instructor TBA
Between coached rehearsals and master classes, you will have many opportunities for one-on-one conversations. A camp fire and sauna at night, the Northern Lights in the sky, and the sound of loons on the lake will lull you to sleep each night after a day packed with musical adventures and outdoor fun. At the end of the week, you will enjoy the rare opportunity of performing with your faculty, fellow students, and community musicians at three distinctive public concerts.
In partnership with: Vermilion Camp and funding, in part, from House of Note.