MUSIC FESTIVAL & CAMPS
2-week opportunity (from the 13th to the 26th of June, 2018) for outstanding piano students who will experience an extensive exploration of piano repertoire under the guidance of an internationally renowned faculty. AmiCaFest takes place in a full-Sicilian-immersion environment, from the lodging and the typical Sicilian hospitality to the authenticity of worldwide-loved food.
A premier program in metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona—one unique to the Southwest. Our one-week enrichment program in the first full week of June is designed for collegiate and preparatory piano students of all ages. The minimum repertoire standard is an intermediate level, equivalent to Arizona Study Program, level 5 (i.e., early Clementi sonatinas).
This festival is free for students who are invited to participate. Open to students 18 and older, and to exceptionally talented students who are 15 to 17 years of age.
The festival takes place in Weyer, Austria (a small city located outside Vienna) in July every year. Students ages between 15 - 18 years of age; faculty includes internationally renowned musicians from the Vienna State Opera, Vienna Philharmonic, and Vienna Symphony. Students who study in the areas of voice, violin, viola, cello, and piano are eligible to apply.
Under the artistic direction of acclaimed conductor and BMC alumnus Keith Lockhart – Principal Conductor of the Boston Pops and the BBC Orchestra in London. More than 420 gifted students, ages 14 through post-college, come to the Music Center every summer to study with a distinguished faculty of over 80 artists
A six week program for 22 pianists, ages 18–28. Combining an array of resident faculty experiences, individual and intensive interactions with guest faculty, and unmatched practice and performance facilities, the program is designed to inspire, stimulate, and foster the growth of young pianists from all over the globe.
Private lessons, master classes, public performances, lectures, improvisation workshop, stage presence coaching, faculty concerts, concerto competition with orchestra, nature exploration activities, and more...
SUNY Potsdam’s Crane School of Music will host the inaugural Crane International Piano Festival in the summer of 2019! The festival—a seven-day event for young pianists from 13 to 18 years old—will offer intensive training opportunities with renowned faculty members from The Crane School of Music and other guest artists. This year's guest artists will come from The Juilliard School and Palm Beach Atlantic University. The festival features one week of concerts, masterclasses, private lessons and workshops for talented young pianists, all on SUNY Potsdam's beautiful campus in the foothills of the Adirondacks.
A summer chamber music festival for talented young composers, pianists, singers, and string players who are looking for an intense, rewarding, and unique summer festival experience. Open to students from any educational institution, as well as young professionals, the program is designed for musicians ages 18 and up.
A 3-week intensive summer camp for classical pianists and string players ages 9-18. Intermediate and advanced level musicians are immersed in a supportive, conservatory-style environment; focusing on the study of solo and chamber music repertoire; and sharing their performances with the surrounding community. Students have the option to live on or off-campus.
Mercer University would like to welcome young pianists to develop their skills at Mercer University's Piano Camp in the Townsend School of Music! The Piano Camp is open to high school pianists (rising 9th-12th grades)
Program for devoted and exceptionally talented young pianists, ranging from the pre-college to professional level.
Instrumental & Solo Piano Summer Programs.
Music for People provides a unique way to highlight the artistic and creative parts of what we do, by making music entirely "in the moment,"
A summer music programs abroad which includes internships, summer study, training/intensives, and music education / therapy opportunities.
Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival - Mini (winter)
RPPF - Mini is tuition free. It is a 3-day seminar designed to help all college-age pianists explore and sharpen their career skill sets. Mini has a December 4, 2018 application deadline.
RPPF is a "Turkish Bazaar" for serious pianists worldwide. Held at USF in Tampa from Jul 9-29, it is tuition free for everyone. Enjoy lots of private lessons, daily master classes.
Twenty of some of the best pre-college pianists on the piano scene today take part in a rigorous program that includes daily lessons with USC piano faculty, master classes with guest artists and up to five hours of practice a day. The week's events culminate with the Arthur Fraser International Piano Competition,
Held from the 1st to the 31st of July and from the 1st to the 30th of September 2018, in the beautiful setting of the academy Talent Music Master Courses in Brescia, Italy.