Chamber music is a form of classical music that is composed for a small group of instruments. In general, it includes any music that is performed by a small number of performers, with one performer per part. This is in contrast to orchestral music, where for example each string part is played by several artists. 

Making music and exploring different repertoire with peers, how great is that! Have you been playing violin/viola/cello or piano and would you like to enjoy playing chamber music with other musicians and explore all the great aspects of playing in a group? Then this course is perfect for you!

When you enroll for the course, the teacher will contact you to decide in which level you fit the best and with help and guidance from the teacher you’ll form a chamber music group. It’s also possible to enroll if you already play in an existing group, but you’ll need to enroll individually to be able to join this course. The course works the best for students with an intermediate level.

Of course, during the course, you will be well coached by violinist Marina Meerson, who has been teaching violin at X for almost 10 years. She will suggest the repertoire, depending on the level of the participants, but you are also welcome to pass on your preferences!

The course consists of 7 classes, once every 2 weeks. The student is required to have an own instrument to use during the classes. If the student needs advice on arranging an instrument, the X hosts will put you in contact with the teacher and she’ll help you to arrange an instrument.

Schedule & enrolment


Marina Meerson

Marina studied classical violin at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague and obtained a master degree in performance at Codarts Rotterdam. Nowadays she works as a violin teacher at the Hellendaal Music Institute and X. Marina also plays in several orchestras and ensembles.

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