The School of Music offers a variety of chamber music opportunities for pianists.
Since the vast majority of this repertoire focuses on works with strings or winds, that is where the emphasis lies at Ball State.
Chamber music ensembles include a minimum of three performers, with a range up to six or seven musicians.
Chamber music groups are coached by the professors of the performers in the ensemble. Generally one faculty member is assigned to coach the ensemble, but other professors can also be involved in the individual coaching.
Performance opportunities for student chamber music ensembles include various recital formats on campus as well as off-campus possibilities, including competitions.
If you are interested in playing in a piano chamber music ensemble, you should speak with your applied professor.