Performing in a group provides an extra level of musical education and experience beyond the private lessons. At Haddonfield School of Music, there are numerous opportunities to learn and perform with peers.


The Accidentals  |  The Evil Cellos  |  Chamber Ensembles

Other Ensembles

The Accidentals
This chamber string ensemble is for adults and accomplished teens. They meet weekly coninuously and perform regularly. In addition to performing all major HSM events, they provide entertainment for local organizations such as VFW and Rotary clubs. Look for them every December as they provide the soundtrack to our dramatic retelling of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. Ask us if you are interested in membership with The Accidentals!
The Evil Cellos
In 2010, Haddonfield School of Music performed a concert entitled Music From The Sea. This performance featured music from Titanic, Master & Commander and Pirates of the Carribean among many others. We formed a cello ensemble to play the music depicting evil pirates. Thus, The Evil Cellos were born. There is nothing evil about them, as they consistently impress audiences with their signature deep sound and eclectic repertoire. This ensemble is open to all ages and proficiency levels.
Chamber Ensembles
Several groups are formed for specific performances. Participation in these ensembles is typically by invitation and ensembles are formed within certain age ranges and ability levels, ranging from youngsters with a few months' experience to advancing players. Such ensembles have performed at most HSM concerts and recitals, and several peformed with us at Carnegie Hall in July of 2015.
Other Ensembles
Other opportunities, such as our Summer Ukulele Camp, Vocal Ensembles and Guitar Ensembles provide education, experience and entertainment for many of our performances. Just ask if there is an ensemble opportunity for you!