AMADEUS! Chamber Orchestra is a youth music education organization in the Pittsburgh area performing quality classical chamber music under the direction of our Artistic Director,  Augustin Martinovic. Personalized instruction and a stimulating environment enable children ages 9 to 17 to perform solo and cooperatively as an orchestra. Excellence is achieved by public presentation to classical music lovers, general public and professionals, in traditional musical settings, as well as by enthusiastically promoting chamber music to youth in different communities.

AMADEUS! associates with  local music societies such as the Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society to perform pre-concerts at the Pittsburgh Carnegie Music Hall. The children have the opportunity to learn from internationally outstanding music professionals while developing their  musicianship

AMADEUS! Chamber Orchestra is program within Martinovic Classical Music Studio.

Open Audition

    Open audition for cello and bass. Full scholarship for orchestra available, including one free lesson per month for practicing orchestra peaces. Contact us for more info.

Next Event

Past Events

    AMADEUS! Chamber Orchestra

    Soloists with Orchestra:
    Sarah Ssemakula - Viola
    Jimmy Cheng - Viola
    Other Soloists:
    Joe Belobrajdich - Trumpet
    Elena Xiong - Piano

    Saturday, December 22, 2012
    1:00 PM
    Lutheran University Center
    4515 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

    AMADEUS! Chamber Orchestra Concert

    Soloist with Orchestra: Eddie Zhang and Leah Liu,Violins
    Sarah Ssemakula and Jimmy Cheng, Violas
    Elena Xiong and Henry Lin, Piano

    St. John Mark Lutheran Church
    225 Ann Street
    Pittsburgh, PA 15125

    4:00-5:00 PM
    Saturday, November 03, 2012

    AMADEUS! Chamber Orchestra
    The End of Season Concert

    Aaron Faux - Piano
    John Johnson - Violin
    Merry Xiang - Cello

    Saturday, June 2, 2012
    4:00-5:00 PM
    St. John Mark Lutheran Church
    225 Ann Street, Homestead, PA 15120

    AMADEUS! Chambers Orchestra concert at HEINZ HALL

    Aaron Faux, Solo Piano
    Balada in Ab Major by F. Chopin

    Soloist with Orchestra Jimmy Cheng , Viola
    Concerto for Viola by G.Ph. Telemann

    Also on Amadeus! Program:
    Fiocco-Martinovic, Tartini and Mozart

    Heinz Hall Lobby
    600 Penn Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15222
    6:45- 7:50 PM
    Friday, March 23, 2012

    Amadeus Chamber Orchestra Holiday Season Concert

    Soloist with Orchestra:
    Leah Liu, Violin

    Other Soloists:
    Aaron Faux, and Elena Xiong Solo, Piano
    Jimmy Cheng, Viola

    St. John Mark Lutheran Church
    225 Ann Street, Homestead PA 15120

    4:00 PM, Saturday, December 10, 2011

    Amadeus Chamber Orchestra Concert

    Soloist Sarah Ssemakula, viola
    In concert for viola and orchestra by G.P.Telemann
    Also on program:
    F.Chopin, E.Mollenhauer, J.H.Fiocco, J.Haydn, W.A.Mozart

    Saturday, June 4, 2011
    4:00PM - 5:00PM

    St. John Mark Lutheran Church
    225 Ann Street
    Pittsburgh, PA 15120

    Martinovic Classical Music Studio Presents

    AARON FAUX, piano

    Member of Amadeus Chameber Orchestra
    Student of Music Preparatory School Carnegie Mellon
    class: Dolores Martinovic

    Guests Soloists:
    Joanna Weissert, cello
    Bridget Shields, soprano

    Calvary Baptist Church
    120 Anborn Drive
    West Mifflin, PA 15122

    Tuesday January 4, 2011, 7PM


    Saturday, December 18, 2010

    St. John Mark Lutheran Church
    225 Ann Street
    Pittsburgh, PA 15120

    Guest Soloist JOE BELOBRAJDICH - Trumpet
    Carnegie Mellon Student

    Daniel Perl - WORLD MUSIC DAYS

    Saturday, October 30, 2010
    3:30PM - 4:30PM

    St. John Mark Lutheran Church
    225 Ann Street
    Pittsburgh, PA 15120

    First Part: Soloist and Chamber Music
    Madeline Lemberg dedicate her music to Daniel Pearl,Voice and Piano

    Second Part: Amadeus! Chamber Orchestra
    A.Vivaldi-Simphony No 1, J.S.Bach-Concert in A Minor I Mov.
    Soloist Graduated Student Ryan Lowery,Violin; W.A.Mozart - Divertimento in F

Notable Event

    Saturday, October 31, 2009
    2:00PM - 3:30PM

    Harmony for Humanity
    St. John Mark Lutheran Church
    225 Ann Street
    Pittsburgh, PA 15120

    Daniel Pearl was a newspaper reporter and a violin player who traveled the world and used music to make friends in many countries. In 2002, he was murdered by terrorists while investigating a story in Pakistan. His family decided to carry on Danny's work and use music to help people learn to respect each other and honor diversity.

    October 10 was Danny's birthday, and this performance is part of Daniel Pearl World Music Days. This month, in all over the world, musicians of all kinds are dedicating concerts to our shared belief that even though we may have different races, religions or ethnic backgrounds, we can all work together to achieve a better, hate free world for everyone.

    We are pleased to inform you that President Barack Obama has issued a Presidential Statement in which he welcomes all World Music Days participants:

    The White House

    September 30, 2009

    I send my warmest greetings to all who are gathered for the
    8th Annual Daniel Pearl World Music Days.

    Music has been called a universal language
    that transcends cultures and borders.
    Its power to move us, touch our hearts, and speak
    to our souls enriches our lives. Through artistic creativity
    and expression, music can build bridges between individuals
    and communities thousands of miles apart.

    This month-long event to celebrate music and honor
    the legacy of Daniel Pearl is a fitting tribute
    to a man who promoted respect and dialogue throughout
    the world. On this occasion, we recommit ourselves
    to tolerance, compassion, and 'Harmony for Humanity'

    I wish you all the best for an enjoyable event.

    Barack Obama