The Da Camera Young Artist Program is a fellowship program for emerging professional instrumentalists, singers and composers. This program is designed to achieve two goals: 1) Provide career-expanding experiences and training to the next generation of artists, encouraging them to create music for the community throughout their careers, and 2) Offer young students and neglected audiences exposure to great music and talented performers, using music as a vehicle for scholastic exploration and inspiration. Da Camera Young Artists participate in an exciting variety of performances, workshops and school visits. They perform at the Wortham Center; The Menil Collection; the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and area hospitals. They are the principal teaching artists for Da Camera’s innovative Music Encounters program.
The 2017/2018 Young Artists are: Robert J. Coe, composer; Kyle Comer, guitar; Callie Denbigh, mezzo-soprano; Wesley Ducote, piano; Amanda Galick, flute; Stephanie Gustafson, harp; Timothy Krippner, piano; Matt Lammers, violin; Giancarlo Latta, violin; Amelia Love, soprano; August Ramos, double bass; Annamarie Reader, cello; Jacob Schafer, violin; Brady Spitz, percussion; Nathan Watts, cello; Rainey Weber, viola; Anya Wilkening, violin; and Sergein Yap, viola. The second year fellows are Kyle Comer, Callie Denbigh, Wesley Ducote, Amanda Galick, Stephanie Gustafson and Amelia Love.
Click on the photo to learn more about each Da Camera Young Artist. Look for upcoming performances by the Da Camera Young Artists on our Free Events page.