Chamber Music in the Park

When our local orchestra camp was cancelled due to COVID-19, we decided to hold a chamber music camp outside. Five different groups met for 90 minutes a day in our local park and worked on their sight reading and ensemble skills. Community members drove by, walked by, stopped to listen, or even sit and eat lunch. It was a great way for the kids to share their music with the community. Too bad it was 100 degrees every day!

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Pamela Hunt

Pam Hunt, along with her husband Terry, is the founder and musical director of the Pipestone School of Music in Twisp, Washington. She coordinates and teaches the strings program at the Methow Valley public schools. A registered Suzuki teacher, Pam has a studio of 30 private students on violin, viola and cello. Pam is principle cellist in the Okanogan Valley and the Pipestone Orchestras, and cellist in the Tamarack String Quartet. She plays viola in the Chelan Bach Fest.

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