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CCPAS Master Artists are individual musicians or performing ensembles who have successfully demonstrated an advanced level of musicianship through a rigorous audition process. Master Artists are eligible to submit performance requests for consideration as part of the Master Artist Concert Series.
Master Artists Concert Series
The Master Artists Chapter offers concerts on most Tuesday evenings and Friday mornings every month during the CCPAS season. Additional concerts may be offered on special occasions. Master Artists concerts feature both solo and ensemble performances of works from the four major periods of music: Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and 20th/21st Century.
Master Artist Auditions
Master Artist Auditions are held twice yearly, in fall and spring. CCPAS membership is not required in order to audition; however, one must be a CCPAS member in good standing in order to submit a performance request for a Master Artists concert.
Performance requests must be submitted by July 1 to be considered for the following season. Solo performers must be CCPAS members in order to perform; in the case of proposals for ensemble performance, at least one ensemble member must be a CCPAS member. Proposals are submitted via a Performance Scheduling Request (PSR).
For more information about the Master Artists Chapter and concert programming, contact the
For information about audtion requirements and scheduling, see the Master Artist Auditions page or contact the