An important component of the Amici chamber music experience is that all the players are well prepared to play their parts. One player struggling with the notes harms the musical experience of the other players. Therefore, learning chamber music parts must be a priority for all participants. If a student is unprepared, the parents and/or teacher will be contacted. If the problem cannot be resolved, the student will be re-assigned to a more appropriate group, or supplementary coaching will be required at an additional cost.
Students should not expect that every chamber group will be composed of equally skilled players, but should be prepared to play a leadership role when required; or to make an extra effort to learn notes when others in the group are playing at a higher level.