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Contemporary Art Music Project

What we do

The Contemporary Art Music Project (CAMP) provides living composers and performing artists a platform to create contemporary music and interdisciplinary art through collaboration.

Beginning with our benefit concerts and leading into CAMPGround22, CAMP is committed to producing concerts of new music and collaborative art by today’s leading composers and artists. 

CAMP offers opportunities for emerging composers and artists to have their works performed, as well as providing support for aspiring performers of new music.

A team of dedicated podcasters brings the world of innovative new music and collaborative art to you, with shows that highlight the perspectives of composers and performers alike. 

Our Mission

CAMP supports living composers and performing artists from around the world.

Welcome from the Founders

Why we're excited

Come Join Us

Lost to Time: Julia Perry

CAMP’s inaugural podcast celebrates the life and music of this innovative composer.

More to Come

A new series will premiere each Monday this month at 8pm EDT on YouTube.

In Tempore

Sunday, 3 October 2021, 7pm & 8:30pm EDT (UTC-4)

Timucua Arts White House, 2000 South Summerlin, Orlando, FL 32806

(This event will be held both in-person and streamed live. Link to follow.)

Come join pianist Eunmi Ko, saxophonist Katherine Weintraub, and percussionists Robert McCormick and Zachary Hale for an evening of new music. Composers featured on the concert include Chihchun Chi-sun Lee, João Pedro Oliveira, Andrew Sigler, Orlando-based Alex Burtzos, and more. There will be a world premiere of 2+ by Ania Vu and Simple Sonatina by Michael Timpson. All proceeds will go to fund the initiatives of the brand-new organization, the Contemporary Art Music Project (CAMP).