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The Contemporary Art Music Project (CAMP) will be hosting CAMPGround22, a weekend-length music festival featuring the works and talents of living musicians from around the world. The festival will take place from March 24th-26th in downtown Tampa and St. Petersburg, FL, offering three public concerts: March 24th Thursday at 7:30 pm ES T at the Morean Center for Clay, March 25th Friday at 7:30 pm EST at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Tampa, and March 26th Saturdayat 2:00 pm EST at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts. In addition, CAMP is collaborating with the Central Florida Choreographers Collaboration and Tampa City Ballet to create new works to selected music by the invited composers. The festival will offer audiences the unique opportunity to experience interdisciplinary art and a broad spectrum of new music.
The Contemporary Art Music Project is a non-profit organization that promotes innovative art music by collaborating with living composers and performing artists from around the world. Co-founded by pianist Eunmi Ko and composers Benjamin D. Whiting and Alex Shanafelt, CAMP’s mission is to be an international platform that elevates the voices of contemporary artists and connects them with the public at large. Since its inception in 2021, the association has produced numerous concerts with music by living composers, including performances at the Timucua Arts White House, collaborating with Korean composers for Project Gūt, and participating in a benefit concert with the New Arts Collaboration. CAMP also hosts the annual festival CAMPGround and publishes weekly podcast episodes about music history, repertoire, and the careers of living musicians.
The Contemporary Art Music Project
Composers: Adam Torres, Benjamin D. Whiting, Bradley Mikesell, Brendan Sweeney, Chin Ting Chan,
Dorothy Hindman, Dylan Findley, Eduardo Costa Roldan, Hanee Park, Hilary Tann(special guest), Ingrid
Stölzel,Jeffrey Niederhoffer, João Pedro Oliveira, John Liberatore, Kento Startford, Maria Kallionpää, Nathaniel
Haering, Richard Pressley, Robert McClure, Rodrigo Bussad Cesar, Scott Lee, Stephen Montalvo, Stephen
Yip, Vera Ivanova
trumpet – Arda Cabaoglu
clarinet – Christopher Nichols
flute – Alicja Molitorys and Melody Chua
saxophone – Doug O’Connor and Katherine Weintraub
For Ticket Purchase: https://www.tickettailor.com/events/contemporaryartmusicproject
The Contemporary Art Music Project is supported by Modern Marimba, Barrett School of Music, and Opera Huntsville.
For more information about Contemporary Art Music Project, go on: https://contemporaryartmusicproject.org/