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  • Future Stars Today

    Future Stars Today

    2017 Simon Fiset Competition

    2nd — Jonathan Staley; 3rd — Shichu “David” Liu

    2017 NW Chopin Festival

    Gold — Shichu “David” Liu; Silver — Robert Yee

    2016 Outstanding Artist

    1st — Robert Yan; 2nd — Jonathan Staley; 3rd — Shichu (David) Liu

    2016 Crescendo Int’l

    1st — Nile Camai, Nicholas Chin, Travis Lee, Angela Lin, Shichu (David) Liu, Caroline Oei, Catherine Oei, Ivan Penev, Annika Renganathan, Rebecca Sun

    2016 American Protégé

    1st — Arthur Yan; Robert Yan
  • Blog

    CAM Diploma Program Unveiled

    New in 2015 and ongoing, the CAM has launched its artist diploma program. Those serious students who have gone… Continue reading

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    Summer Camps at CAM!

    Meet new friends and hone skills this summer at the CAM during its summer music camps… Continue reading

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    CAM Student’s Solo Debut with BYSO

    Last night, 11 year old Julian performed Mozart’s Piano Concerto in D minor with the Bellevue Youth Symphony… Continue reading

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    Why Did One Family Go To L.A.?

    The Major family went to L.A. to do the exceptional last weekend, and it’s not what you think… Continue reading

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    Congrats, 2016 Chopin Fest Winners

    Congrats to Chopin Festival Winners from Saturday’s annual event. Several students were recognized… Continue reading

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    Happy New Year, and Congrats!

    Upon reflecting back to 2015, we realize that CAM students have garnered an impressive 84 awards since… Continue reading

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    Congrats to Bach Fest Participants

    We congratulate the participants of the recent Bach Festival during September. We hope that many of you found it… Continue reading

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    Ten Years

    On Sunday, performers of the Chopin Academy gave their annual Honors Recital at Benaroya. As instructors, it’s amazing to see… Continue reading

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    What To Look For in a Teacher…

    When we meet new perspective students, we see certain trends about how parents think. There is much to take Continue reading

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    Competitions for Technical Minds

    The success of sports among the masses can be heightened by that fact that it is so easily measurable by “points”, Continue reading

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    Inspiration By Attending Concerts

    One thing that lessons alone cannot instill is the concert experience. By this, we mean going to concerts and hearing Continue reading

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    Three CAM Students Chosen in Finals

    Congratulations to CAM students, Nile, Jay, and Robert, finalists in the Classical King FM Young Artist Awards. Continue reading

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    Bach Festival Approaches

    Each year, dozens of CAM students earn prizes at the Bach Festival, including 19 during last year’s Continue reading

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    Switching from One Teacher To Another

    Spring, summer and fall are the most common times for us get requests to accept new students, and many of ours leave Continue reading

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    Benaroya Honor’s Concert Approaches

    Actively promoting students by organizing outstanding events, such as our upcoming Benaroya Honors Concert Continue reading

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    Kaminska and Veselinovic in Concert Sunday

    Don’t miss this amazing concert of Brahms and Schumann with CAM faculty, Ivona Kaminska (piano) and Miodrag Veselinović. More information here.

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