Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Piano Camp 2011 Costs and Reg Form

Click on the link below to view all the costs of Piano Camp. They're all in the Registration Form.

To quickly summarize, the cost to attend camp
(tuition) will be $150. That's for a total of 12
sessions over two days, plus the song circles,
faculty recital, jams, etc.

In addition there is a cost for food (of course)
and lodging. See the form for all the options and
details. But it's really reasonable. And the food
is good. I can attest to that.

There will be eight full sessions in Piano Camp
(just devoted to piano), plus dozens of other
courses offered through the Family Camp. You are
welcome to take any courses in either of the two
camps. It's all included in this one price.

Now for some good news. There is a 20% discount
for children and very young children attend free.
And I managed to finagle an early bird discount
for everybody else. If you enroll by June 1 (next
Wednesday) you can take the entire camp for just
$118. After that it goes back up to $150.

You could easily pay $118 just for two or three
private piano lessons. But here you can soak up
two whole days of nothing but piano. Or you can
mix these piano sessions with the other sessions
from family camp.

The camp will be very informative and very fun.
The bulk of the sessions will be taught by yours

More info shortly. But now here is the
registration link.

Other Info

Dates of Camp: Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24

Info on the location.


  1. Widely used in classical and jazz music for solo performances, ensemble use, chamber music and accompaniment, the piano is also very popular as an aid to composing and rehearsal. Although not portable and often expensive, the piano's versatility and ubiquity have made it one of the world's most familiar musical instruments. Thanks.