CAMPGround24: International New Music Festival
CAMPGround24 brings a one-of-a-kind musical experience to Tampa Bay!
*CAMPGround24 is supported by Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners and Gobioff Foundation.
The Contemporary Art Music Project (CAMP) presents its third international new music festival, CAMPGround24, March 14-16. The festival hosts four concerts, two world premieres, 24 selected composers, 9 performing artists from around the world, and renowned ensemble Project Fusion Saxophone Quartet.
CAMPGround24 showcases a wide range of music by living composers, including music installations, electroacoustic music, and solo and ensemble works.
CAMP is excited to present an interactive sound installation SLICK, built by scientist Michael Hilton and composer Leslie La Barre on the first day of the festival at Tempus Projects and a world premiere of a new ensemble work by CAMPGround24 commissioned composer Anthony R. Green on the second day at the Friday Morning Musicale.
The festival is truly interdisciplinary! CAMP collaborates with Tampa’s youth literary arts group Heard’Em Say, Tampa City Ballet, and Tempus Projects to bring unique performance arts to the Tampa Bay audience.
CAMP is proud of the historic Ybor City and its unique history. CAMPGround24’s third-day noon concert will take place at the Ybor City Museum Garden. Spend the Saturday lunchtime in the historic Ybor City listening to new music!
Do not miss the final concert at the CAMPGround. This is a unique opportunity to mingle with musicians in person and enjoy open mic and improvisations. For tickets and other information, please visit https://contemporaryartmusicproject.org/