Join us for AMFA’s annual Holiday Concert & Art Exhibition on Sunday, December 17, 2017. The event will be held at 2:00 PM, at the Congregational Church of the Chimes of Sherman Oaks. Tickets can be purchased at our school office, or by contacting us. See you there!
Congregational Church of the Chimes
14115 W Magnolia Blvd,
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
2017 AMFA Chess Season: Angeleno Club Open: January 21 and June 3, 2017.
In 2017 we continued what we started in 2016: On-site chess tournaments that are open to all, full of freebies, prizes, medals and trophies, coupled with a low entry fee system. Chess tournaments are an essential part of any serious chess player’s growth and fun and more relaxed events take the pressure off for students of all ages and levels. AMFA students and Angeleno Chess Club members had special perks available too that could be applied towards their clubs or private lessons. Both tournaments had 3 Main Sections and 3 Subsections based on players ratings and how many participants each Section held. Both events showcased dozen of players of all age groups and rating groups but the youth in the 600-1200 USCF rating group dominated. Some players even had time for a game review or a bughouse match. Stay tuned for the next event and we welcome everyone who would like to come check out or join our chess classes.Thank you all who participated.
Coach Levon Altounian
International Master / CA State Champion
ACADEMY OF MUSIC AND FINE ARTS (AMFA) and ANGELENO CHESS CLUB (ACC) PROUDLY PRESENT:
“PRACTICE CHESS” SERIES #3
PRACTICE NEW OPENINGS / TRY NEW IDEAS / GET BACK INTO SHAPE
Saturday, May 20, 2017
Art Music Chess Languages
9 AM – 1 PM
$175 PER Session
Please contact our office at (818) 760-3185 for more information or to sign up !
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April 2, 2016 marked the opening of the Fun series of unrated chess tournaments at AMFA. Led and organized by Angeleno Chess Club and our AMFA Chess Coach International Master and CA State Champion Levon Altounian, we were able to fit in not 4 but 5 rounds for all players and still end early! The tournament had players from every level and age groups divided into 2 sections and 4 subsections: we had a grandfather joining 5 year old brand new players on the battlefield.In short, it was a great experience for all the participants in terms of learning how the competitive chess works, doing their best to win games and trophies, while having fun. We plan to hold this event every few months so check our website often for updates.