8 Hands Piano Ensemble Camp


Ages Jr. High- High School
Weekly 60 minute classes for a 10 Week Camp
Tuition Plus Performance $265

5% Early registration discount for all summer camps apply if registered for before May 1st, 2018.

8 Hands Piano Ensemble Camp allows piano private lesson students to rehearse and learn the joys of playing in groups! Four students will be selected to participate in this fun and collaborative experience. If more students would like to participate we will work to create more camps! Students will participate in an audition before camp starts so the instructor can select music that best fits the students levels. Must have at least four students enrolled. Students must have studied in private lessons for 3-4 years and must continue while enrolled in this camp.

*Camp will run Mondays 5:30-6:30pm with a break for 4th of July week.

Sign up now! Early registration will guarantee your child’s spot in the camp. 5% Early registration discount for all summer camps apply if registered for before May 1st, 2018.  Standard Multi-class and Multi-sibling discounts do not apply. All students need to be registered no later than one week before the camp starts. 25% of the total camp tuition will be charged at the time of registration and is non-refundable.  The remaining 75% of the camp tuition will be charged on June 1st.  There will be no refunds or credits after June 1st. Note that ongoing lessons and classes are billed monthly.

Meet the Piano Instructor Mr. Scott

14947808_578053612390078_789163926252862611_nPianist Scott P. Schwab began his piano study at the age of four. After completing his Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music under the tutelage of Evelyne Brancart and Jean-Louis Haguenauer, he attained both a Master’s degree in solo Piano Performance and a Performer’s Certificate in Collaborative Piano at Denver’s Lamont School of Music, with plans to complete a Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the University of Colorado-Boulder in 2017. His playing has earned him numerous accolades, including First Prize in the IUPA Duet Competition (2003), First Prize in the Indianapolis Matinee Musicale Competition (2008), the Sarah C. Manion Award for Excellence in Piano (2009), the Lamont Recital of Distinction (2010), and others. He has performed nationally and internationally at locations such as Steinway Hall (NYC), Vianden Castle (Luxembourg), and in Denver with members of the Colorado Symphony. Schwab joined the piano faculty at Casper College in 2016. Previously, he taught courses in class piano at the University of Denver and the University of Colorado, and maintained a faculty appointment at the Parlando School of Musical Arts where he helped to form many prize-winning students. As a certified instructor of the Lister-Sink Method, Schwab believes strongly in educating students in habits of healthy piano-playing as a basis for achieving their musical goals.

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