Chamber Music Magazine
Published quarterly, Chamber Music features essays, profiles, excerpts of CMA-commissioned works, and regular columns on updates and trends in the field.
CMA members receive print copies as part of their membership.
Current Issue: Spring 2022
Clearing the Way| Spring 2022
With its multi-year UNCOVERED project, the Catalyst Quartet aims to ensure that the works of Florence Price, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, and other under-performed composers are embraced by more chamber musicians and listeners alike.
Close Listening| Spring 2022
A new qualitative study focusing on the experiences of Black Americans at arts and culture organizations offers some first steps for administrators seeking a more equitable path forward.
Let Freedom Ring by Larry Blumenfeld | Spring 2022
The great body of music from trumpeter and composer Wadada Leo Smith can be seen as one long series of empowering acts.
Afraid of Nothing by Winston Cook-Wilson | Winter 2022
The cellist Seth Parker Woods’ fearless embrace of the unknown.
Always Changing by Vivien Schweitzer | Winter 2022
In a career spanning five decades, Tania León has built a singular body of work by following her evolving identity wherever it leads.
Keeping Track of an Evolving Culture | Winter 2022
A far-reaching new study offers broad insights into what audiences want from arts organizations in our complex cultural moment.
Winter 2022 Issue Extras
P6 CMA News
P24 Keeping Track of an Evolving Culture
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P56 Angela Answers
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