Central to a world-class education in music is participation in our Chamber Ensembles, which provide opportunities for smaller, more intimate performance ensembles. Music Majors are required to participate in one Secondary Ensemble, our catalogue name for Chamber Ensembles, per semester as determined by primary instrument, scholarship requirements, and degree sought. Students not majoring in music should inquire with the specific ensemble’s faculty coach to find out about participation opportunities.
At Limestone University, students have the freedom to explore all possibilities of chamber music and create a diverse combination of instrumental and vocal ensembles. Members gain valuable insight from regular coaching sessions with faculty. Students also experience a connection with peers and chamber music repertoire. In addition, chamber ensembles often provide needed service to the Limestone community as performing for graduation ceremonies, open house events, and many more public opportunities.
Chamber Ensembles are vital to our performance calendar. All chamber ensembles are encouraged to participate in our annual February recruiting tours, as well as our October showcase series. Our Chamber Ensembles regularly represent our program at national and international conferences and clinics.
Limestone University Chamber Ensembles include, but are not limited to:
- Jazz Ensemble
- Flute Ensemble
- Clarinet Ensemble
- Saxophone Ensemble
- Trombone Ensemble
- Tuba/Euphonium Ensemble
- Percussion Ensemble
- Piano Ensemble