The NOVA Music Project
NOVA Chamber Music Series' music education program, the NOVA Music Project, furthers the art of chamber music by demonstrating to local public school students the foundations of collaborative music-making and musical teamwork evident in harmony, rhythm, dynamics and counterpoint.
That the classical music audiences of tomorrow will experience how chamber music can enrich their life today.
Chamber music involves making music in small, focused groups, where each instrument plays an integral role in a team. The ultimate goal is to perform as a single unified entity, and chamber music groups rehearse long hours in order to play exactly in sync with one another.
Chamber music is a valuable tool to engage students' ability to listen, interact, and learn the art of teamwork.
NOVA Chamber Music is proud to present Aspen Winds as its resident NOVA Music Project artists. Since its inception in 2011, this woodwind quintet has educated and inspired audiences with their vivid interpretations of classic and contemporary works. Their creative programming includes story-based works for woodwinds and narrator, adding theatrical elements to their entertaining performances.
Sally Humphreys, flute
Luca de la Florin, oboe
Amy Gabbitas, clarinet
Anita Miller, horn
Luke Pfeil, bassoon
The NOVA Music Project is made possible by the generous support of our sponsors:
R. Harold Burton Foundation
George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation
Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts, and Parks