23 June 2014
Written by LD
BYMT is proud to present and host the first SUMMER INTERNATIONAL PIANO and COMPOSITION SCHOOL 24 - 26 July 2014
The course is supported by BYMT, EPTA (Europian Piano Teachers Association) and Yamaha Music, London.
Calling all pianists young and adults; beginners, intermediate and advanced.
The three full days of classes will cover topics from individual Solo Piano Performance & Interpretation, Chamber Music, Composition & Jazz Improvisation, Aural, Sight Reading & Harmony (Theory gr.6-8) and Keyboard groups.
Further information and application forms is downloadable from this web site by following the link to DOWNLOADS.
Tutors: short biographies are published on the information leaflet
Fred Scott (UK)
Mikhail Kazakevich (UK, Russia)
Lora Dimitrova (UK, Bulgaria)
Graeme Humphrys (UK)
Chisato Kusunoki (Japan)
Frank Wibaut (UK, Japan)
Michael Dolovich (UK, Canada)
Daily order of classes:
8:45 daily teachers' meeting & morning coffee - staff room
9am - students' arrival and register - Hall
9:20am - Talk Of The a Day
MORNING TUITION SESSIONS:
(coffee break 20min)
12:30-2pm Lunch (provided by BYMT) and Lunch time Masters' concert
AFTERNOON TUITION SESSIONS
4:20pm tea break
4:45-6pm EVENING CONCERT
5-6pm last day: Award ceremony and final concert
£195 for the three days (including daily tuition, lunch and concerts)
Please download the SIPCS application form and book online by visitng www.bymt.co.uk and follow the links to DOWNLOAD and COURSES
TERMS and CONDITIONS
The Summer School is open to participants of all ages and standards.Once received by BYMT fees are non-refundable.The Organisers reserve the right to change or substitute the tutors at their discretion.The Organisers reserve the right to cancel or postpone the Summer School if insufficient registrations and funds are received by the closing date for applications. In this eventuality fees already cleared will be refunded.The Summer School accepts no responsibility for personal property loss or damage. Please keep careful watch over your personal belongings. Unattended items will be collected and disposed of if not re-claimed by the end of the course.The Organisers reserve the right to withdraw participants from the course for any breaches of etiquette, behaviour or misuse of the facilities at their absolute discretion.Participants must make the Organisers aware in advance of any medical conditions that may affect them during the course of the Summer School.The Summer School may record parts of the concerts and recitals and may use the images obtained in these recordings for publicity purposes. Please advise if you do not wish to be featured in this.
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