The Polish Chamber Musicians’ Association was established in 2004 to popularise chamber music, support musicians, conduct educational and cultural activities among children and adults and to support and popularise Polish music. Our important goal is to support local communities in a revival of local music societies. With over 130 members we are one of the biggest and most active musical NGO in Poland.
Our main projects includes so far: 5 editions of chamber music festival in Krakow, Poland (Krakow Musical Salon), 5 editions of chamber music festival in Rzeszow, Poland (Rzeszow Musical Autumn), chamber music series in Krakow (there editions), Dobczyce near Krakow (two editions), Karczew near Warsaw (two editions), cooperation with PWM Polish National Edition (sight reading handbook, selection of pieces for four hands, musical premieres, creation of online application for chamber music), 6 editions of Days of Chamber Music (including international conference, family ensembles festivals and eurythmics ensembles competition), 3 editions of innovative professional training for pre-college students, conferences and online conferences (including the biggest Polish conference during pandemic), international music exchanges with Israel and Finland. The PCMA published 3 CDs, 9 books, musical score Kaleidoskope and Pandemons with PWM.
PCMA is a member of the European Chamber Music Teachers’ Association. In previous years we won grants from Polish Ministry of Culture, Ministry of Education, National Institutes and Centres: Institute for Music and Dance, Adam Mickiewicz’s Institute, National Center of Culture, National Freedom Institute; local governments in Malopolska Region, Podkarpacie Region, Mazowsze Region, municipalities of Krakow, Rzeszow, Dobczyce.