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Chamber Music Sedona still trying to engage musicians


Nick Canellakis and Yuja Wang perform. Canellakis, Chamber Music Sedona's second-year director, lives in New York City part of the year, where he says it’s a frightening time for musicians, He is in the process of setting up a way for visiting artists to conduct some type of group video tutorials on specific instruments, such as the violin, the viola and the cello.

Nick Canellakis and Yuja Wang perform. Canellakis, Chamber Music Sedona's second-year director, lives in New York City part of the year, where he says it’s a frightening time for musicians, He is in the process of setting up a way for visiting artists to conduct some type of group video tutorials on specific instruments, such as the violin, the viola and the cello.


Originally Published: April 14, 2020 9:33 a.m.

A musician’s world often involves close friendships — even if that world encompasses several time zones or continents.

Chamber Music Sedona, a nonprofit that’s been around for almost four decades, is trying to keep young musicians engaged in their art with school, in-person tutelage and performances suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic...