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In the News

 

Congratulations to our Season 2018-19 Debut Artists!

Date posted: 12.8.18

Beethoven DuoCantus Quartet

 

TeastrioZenith Quartet

 

JCM Musician Chunyi Zhou To Perform on "From the Top"

Date posted: 2.14.18

 

Congratulations to Chunyi Zhou, a 12-yr. old JCM musician and student of Linda Rose, on being selected as the violinist to perform a solo with the Los Angeles Philharmonic on “From the Top” (a NPR program).

 

The performance will be held March 8 & 9, with the broadcast at a later date.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2018 Debut Artists

Date posted: 1.27.18

Brava TrioMirrors Trio

 

Arioso TrioTrio Appasionato

 

Trio del Sol

 

JCM Kids Perform at Lyceum Village

Date posted: 1.23.18

 

Clemens Quartet: To Perform on "From the Top"

JCM students Sarah Yang, left, Anna B’Far, center, and Eiline Tai, right, on cello, all nine-years-old, play a piece at Lyceum Village in Tustin on Friday, January 5, 2018.

 

Read this feature on OC Register (written by Susan Christian Goulding)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JCM Faculty Concert

Date posted: 1.22.18

 

 

 

Season 2015-16 Honors Tour: Boston + NYC Photos
Date posted: 07.09.16

 

Click to view photos from Season 2015-16 Honors Tour: Boston + NYC

 

Season 2015-16: Music in the Mountains Tour Photos

Date posted: 07.09.16

 

Click to view photos from Season 2015-16 Music in the Mountains Tour


What is JCM?

Date posted: 10.21.15

 

Here's why you or your friends should join JCM!


JCM on OC Register: Musicians Take Teamwork to a New Level

Date posted: 10.09.15

 

Clemens Quartet: To Perform on "From the Top"

Eighty-five young musicians appeared before three professional performing artists last weekend during the 12th annual Junior Chamber Music auditions. One by one they played two pieces of music to demonstrate their skill range and to help the adjudicators find a spot for them in the elite music training program.

 

“I remember when I walked in (for my first audition), I was extremely nervous,” said Amber Correa, 14, who auditioned five years ago. “I expected to see stone cold faces, but instead there was nothing but smiling faces, and I knew these people were going to be supportive no matter how I played.”

 

Read this feature on OC Register (written by Kaitlin Wright)