Piano lessons do not only have to be about you at the piano and a scolding teacher in a chair beside you. Music making is most enjoyable in a group, even on electronic instruments and in the nature that surrounds us.
If you always separate music from the real world it will become tired and stale. Even the Cliburn competitors have to come out of their 10 hours of daily practice to share their music!
Two weeks of Keyboard Orchestra, Pieces with a Purpose, Music Appreciation, Music and Nature and The History of the Orchestra have come to an end. But the keyboard skills, ensemble, note reading and friendships will continue.
And that is what Summer Piano Camp is all about.
See you in the Fall