18 May 2017
Yamaha SIPCS 2017 will take place between 14 - 16 July 2017.
The course this year is dedicated to tutoring and giving performing opportunities to the younger pianists, age 6-19, grades 2 and above.
Advanced pupils are especially welcome, the only restriction being the age (6-19). Grade 7, 8 and Diploma are accepted.
Initial, Intermediate and Advanced classes.
Lora Dimitrova, Director (Bulgaria, UK)
Fred Scott, Director, Composer in Residentce and in charge of the Composition classes (UK)
Michael Dolovich, tutor and in charge of pastoral care for the 13-18 years old (Canada, UK)
prof. Mikhail Kazakevich, tutor (Russia, UK)
Elena Zozina, tutor (Russia, UK)
Chisato Kusunoki (Japan, UK)
Alicja Frederikevich, tutor (Poland)
Natalie Tsaldarakis, tutor (USA, UK)
Panayotis Archontides, tutor (Greece, UK)
Emre Oztek, tutor and in charge of pastoral care for the 6-12 years old (Cyprus, UK)
Jane Wisely, tutor and in charge of stewarding (UK)
Paul Wisely and Marion Wisely - stewards
The Yamaha Music London Scholarship is an award of €1,500, and has been generously donated by Yamaha Music’s flagship store in association with the world-renowned pianist Maria João Pires. It has been created in order to reward the participant whom the tutors of SIPCS deem to have the most promising future in piano performance, and will be presented by Yamaha Music London at the final concert on Sunday evening. This gift forms part of a wider programme of awards set up by Yamaha and Pires and, in her own words, “will play an important part in assisting a new generation of talented pianists throughout Europe.” Yamaha Music London is proud to offer this particular Scholarship to Bromley Youth Music Trust, and is excited about its involvement in supporting the fledgling talent on display within this important organisation.
Angus Allnatt scholarships - up to 50% of the total fee will be available for those students who can apply and are suitable for the financial help.
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RECITALS and SEMINARS:
FRIDAY lunch-time piano recital: Chisato Kuzunoki (Japan)
FRIDAY afternoon seminar: "The Life of a Pianist" - Michael Dolovich (Canada)
SATURDAY lunch-time: Natalie Tsaldarakis & Panayotis Archontides "IVORY PIANO" duet
SATURDAY afternoon seminar: Paino Technique Boot Camp - with Fred Scott and Elena Zozina
SUNDAY lunch-time reital: Mikhail Kazakevich (Russia) and Elena Zozina (Russia)
DAILY STUDENTS' RECITALS and CONCERTS
SUNDAY 5pm - YAMAHA SIPCS 2017 final award ceremony and concert