Designed for the serious adult student with the desire to improve or refresh knowledge and performance skills, this workshop will develop your piano performance at intermediate and advanced levels. You will work with professional piano instructors who are also performing artists during the week-long session of instruction. Music theory will be an integral part and Master classes will be open to the public. The week will conclude with a performance recital open to the public. Participants will be expected to perform, but not required. Enrollment will be limited to 12 adult participants. (See below for additional program details.)
The workshop is open to both amateurs, age 25 and up, and professionals, such as piano teachers, who want to improve and refresh their musical knowledge performance skills.
The 2017 summer residence program will be a five-day workshop held in partnership with the Idyllwild Arts Foundation in the beautiful San Jacinto mountains of Southern California.
Participants will arrive on Sunday, June 11, 2017, and enjoy an evening faculty recital followed by a reception to meet with the instructors and fellow students.
Classes will begin Monday, June 12th, continuing throughout the week, and conclude Friday evening with a recital in Lowman Concert Hall. Mornings will be devoted to individual lessons. Practice times will be assigned.
Pianists aged 25 or older at intermediate to advanced level (amateurs and professionals). Upon enrollment you will be required to submit a list of performance-ready repertoire.
The tuition for the one-week workshop is $1,200. It will include one-on-one teaching time, master classes, theory lessons, and participation in the public recital. Click Here to register now.
Instructors are from universities, private studios and conservatories with expertise in the ages and levels of musicians registered. For more about the instructors, please view their individual information under the Faculty links in the top menu bar.
For Location & Accommodation Information Click Here