I run a music school in Boston and we serve approximately 100 families. I am thinking about developing a supplemental chamber music track for our students but the desire is to do it in such a way that the kids will not need to devote much practice time to the repertoire.
As a doctoral-trained violinist, this goes against the grain of years of my own experience, but there is a reason for this thought process - My goal is to give the kids, most of whom are not going on a professional track - the ability to quickly reap the benefits of playing together and learning how to make good ensemble.
I am looking for chamber music that is suitable for young kids (ages 6+) through high school, and that is arranged in various levels of difficulty.
I'd love to hear your thoughts!
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