Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Carnegie Mellon's Instrumental Collaborative Piano Festival Runs June 24-29 in Pittsburgh

For those interested in instrumental collaboration, Carnegie Mellon will be offering an Instrumental Collaborative Piano Festival at its School of Music in the last week of June. From the festival's About page:
The Instrumental Collaborative Piano Festival (ICPF), a unique and essential festival, is the first festival with the instrumental collaborative pianist in mind. 
Designed to give both established and new collaborative pianists the opportunity to work with renowned faculty and musicians, the ICPF will present masterclasses, lessons, lectures and workshops exclusively for the exciting world of instrumental collaborative piano. 
The Instrumental Collaborative Piano Festival will explore the numerous settings in which collaborative pianists are needed, as well as provide a variety of tools to succeed in the professional setting. 
Boasting an international faculty of outstanding caliber, the ICPF is dedicated to promoting the study of Instrumental Collaborative Piano and refining the skills of the established collaborative pianist through masterclasses, lectures, workshops and private lessons. 
Applicants can choose between a masterclass performance track or a lesson track and will have the opportunity to compete in the Festival Competition, in which one winner will have the opportunity to perform on the faculty recital.
Faculty include Luz Manriquez, Vincent de Vries, Alison Gagnon, Kyoko Hashimoto, Sung-Im Kim, Pilar Leyva, Rodrigo Ojeda, and Peter Stumpf. You can apply online or contact an administrator if you're interested.

(Thanks Luz!)

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