What we're about

CAMPO’s (Classical Amateur Musician Performance Organization’s) mission is fostering the love of classical music in the Tucson area particularly through the amateur chamber musician community. We have regular meetings where members take turns playing their instrument as an informal, practice performance. We also aim to organize group recitals giving classical musicians opportunities to perform solo or in small ensembles and to network with each other and interested community members. Our group has done volunteer performances at local venues such as retirement homes. 

"The life of music is based not so much on those who want to listen, but on those who want to play and sing." --Charles Rosen

FB:  https://www.facebook.com/CAMPO.AZ/    

Note: We are focused on human performances; computer-generated music is outside the scope of our group.

Upcoming events (3)

Classical music-making (online, joint event with TCO)

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Starts at 2 PM Arizona time = 4 PM EST = 3 PM CST = 2 PM MST = 1 PM PST.
Classical musicians: you as a soloist or with your ensemble play a piece (or two...) you've been working on. We'll take turns, usually in the order people rsvp'd on Meetup. This is a practice performance. Listeners welcome too. We end on time after 90 minutes (3:30 PM MST); if you perform please stay to listen to the others who perform too as a courtesy. Performers, please write what you're going to play in the comments below or in the Zoom chat. Note that our focus is on human performances; computer-generated performances are outside of the scope of this group. Our focus is on the classical tradition (e.g., Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Ligeti, etc); pop songs are also outside our focus. If possible, optimize your Zoom settings for music, which means, "enable original sound," set noise reduction to low, and uncheck the box for "automatically adjust microphone volume." This will enable listeners to hear your music better. An external microphone will likely improve sound quality but isn't necessary.

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Classical music-making (online, joint event with TCO)

Link visible for attendees

Starts at 2 PM Arizona time = 4 PM EST = 3 PM CST = 2 PM MST = 1 PM PST.
Classical musicians: you as a soloist or with your ensemble play a piece (or two...) you've been working on. We'll take turns, usually in the order people rsvp'd on Meetup. This is a practice performance. Listeners welcome too. We end on time after 90 minutes (3:30 PM MST); if you perform please stay to listen to the others who perform too as a courtesy. Performers, please write what you're going to play in the comments below or in the Zoom chat. Note that our focus is on human performances; computer-generated performances are outside of the scope of this group. Our focus is on the classical tradition (e.g., Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Ligeti, etc); pop songs are also outside our focus. If possible, optimize your Zoom settings for music, which means, "enable original sound," set noise reduction to low, and uncheck the box for "automatically adjust microphone volume." This will enable listeners to hear your music better. An external microphone will likely improve sound quality but isn't necessary.

Classical music-making (online, joint event with TCO)

Link visible for attendees

Starts at 2 PM Arizona time = 4 PM EST = 3 PM CST = 2 PM MST = 1 PM PST.
Classical musicians: you as a soloist or with your ensemble play a piece (or two...) you've been working on. We'll take turns, usually in the order people rsvp'd on Meetup. This is a practice performance. Listeners welcome too. We end on time after 90 minutes (3:30 PM MST); if you perform please stay to listen to the others who perform too as a courtesy. Performers, please write what you're going to play in the comments below or in the Zoom chat. Note that our focus is on human performances; computer-generated performances are outside of the scope of this group. Our focus is on the classical tradition (e.g., Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Ligeti, etc); pop songs are also outside our focus. If possible, optimize your Zoom settings for music, which means, "enable original sound," set noise reduction to low, and uncheck the box for "automatically adjust microphone volume." This will enable listeners to hear your music better. An external microphone will likely improve sound quality but isn't necessary.

Past events (158)

Classical music-making (online, joint event with TCO)

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