Advanced Program

FULL SESSION

June 23 – July 15

The Miami International Piano Festival Academy is an intensive summer program designed with innovative concepts for artists pursuing a concert career.

This Three Week Symposium will bring an exciting program and an incredible group of international performing artists that will provide inspirational experiences for participants through exposure to a variety of valid sources of information and instruction directed toward achieving artistic freedom – in the tradition of great pianists of the past.

During the Full Three Week session, participants will have and participate in:

• 4 private (60 minutes) lessons with a select faculty every week (12 Private Lessons)
• Daily Master Classes
• Performance Opportunities
• Collaborative Opportunities
• Faculty lectures and Discussions
• Faculty Performances

TWO WEEK SESSION (15 Days)

June 23 – July 7
June 30 – July 15

The half session is offered for those who are looking for an immersion in the world of the piano but may have limited time, money or repertoire.

Space is limited at the Academy and therefore only a limited number of participants will be admitted in the two-week sessions. Applicants will be accepted on a first come, first served bases. Once these slots are filled, additional applicants for the two week session will either be placed on a waiting list or will be encouraged to enroll in the full session. Additional applicants will be admitted if space becomes available.

During the two-week session, participants will have many of the same opportunities as those enrolled in the Full Three -Week Academy.

 

  • 4 private (60 minutes) lessons with a select faculty each week (8 Private Lessons)
  • Daily Master Classes & Presentations
  • Performance Opportunities
  • Collaborative Opportunities
  • Faculty lectures and Discussions
  • Faculty performances

10 DAY SESSION

June 23 – July 3
July 5 – July 15

  • 4 private (60 minutes) lessons with a select faculty each week (4 Private Lessons)
  • Daily Master Classes & Presentations
  • Performance Opportunities
  • Collaborative Opportunities
  • Faculty lectures and Discussions
  • Faculty performances

ASPIRING YOUNG PIANISTS SESSION

June 23 – July 15

The Aspiring Young Pianists Session is designed for the younger pianist whose repertoire is not fully developed but who is considering the possibility of a career with the piano. This session will run parallel to the Full Session and therefore will provide inspirational opportunities to attend the faculty recitals, advanced master classes, and all other lectures and programs. In addition, participants in the Aspiring Young Pianists Session will receive:

  • 3 private (60 minutes lessons with a select faculty each week (9 Private Lessons)
  • Performance Opportunities
  • Master Classes with other “Aspiring Pianists
  • Faculty lectures and Discussions
  • Faculty performances

VIOLIN PROGRAM/ (15 DAYS)

June 23 – July 9

This Program will offer violin students a formidable musical experience where students will enhance their capacity. The main objective is to help them develop their technique following the philosophy of the legendary pedagogue Ivan Galamian, professor of legendary violinists Pinchas Zukerman and Itzhak Perlman.

  • 6 private (60 minute) lessons
  • 4 coaching sessions (60 minutes each)
  • A group lesson dedicated to technique
  • A group lesson dedicated to interpretation
  • 2 Performances for students
    • 1. Sonatas
    •  Miniatures, capriccios and works of only 1 minute

 

Requirements

  • One Movement of a Sonata from a 20th Century Composer
  • Scales and Arpeggios 3 Octaves (Thirds and Octaves)
  • One Capricce by Wieniawski or Paganini
  • Three Miniatures
  • An Original Composition of 1 minute (Optional but highly recommended)
  • A Beethoven Sonata

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