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Camp Starts this week!


July 30 - August 3, 2019

2018 quINTENSIVE students performing

2018 quINTENSIVE students performing

Chione Quintet is thrilled to bring quINTENS!VE, an intensive chamber music day camp, to Minnesota from July 30 to August 3, 2019!  Our camp will be located in St. Croix Lutheran Academy this year.

This program will create a well-rounded and unique experience for students who play flute, oboe, clarinet, french horn, or bassoon. This program is for students entering grades 7-12.

quINTENS!VE will give students an opportunity to experience rehearsing and performing with woodwind chamber groups. Students will be placed in a primary ensemble where they will receive coachings and guided rehearsals by members of Chione Quintet.

Students will also be placed in a secondary ensemble where they will rehearse and play side-by-side with Chione Quintet. This program will culminate in a final performance at Thompson Park Art Festival on August 3.

Students will be challenged to stretch and develop their musical skills.  Students will also learn skills related to cooperation, compromise, and team building from group rehearsals. With only one person to a part, students will build confidence as soloists and as an ensemble musician.

Our program also includes supplementary classes such as entrepreneurship, music history, body awareness, music theory, reed making, and audition preparation. Check out our supplementary classes for more information!

Check out our preliminary schedule for quINTENS!VE 2019!

Please reach out to with any questions.

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Students and Teachers at quINTENSIVE Chamber Music Camp 2017

Participants from quINTENS!VE 2018


Learning new instruments

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Unique Performances

Bethany Gonella, Baroque Flute

Bethany Gonella, Baroque Flute

Mothrmöv - Harp, Oboe and Mover

Mothrmöv - Harp, Oboe and Mover

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Previous quINTENS!VE Sponsors

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This program has been made possible, in part, with support from ACMP Associated Chamber Music Players.