Piano camp - Share experiences in piano camps

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Postby 97-1128742375 » Wed Oct 12, 2005 8:30 pm

hello :)
I'm really considering going to piano camp this coming summer (long time ahead i know...but i'd like some ideas)
has anyone ever gone to piano camp? is it fun? what camp did you go to?
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Postby 112-1156457400 » Sat Sep 09, 2006 5:34 pm

i've seen that no on's replyed get.
what is a piano camp? what happens on a piano camp? does it cost a lot of money?

it sounds like a lot of fun!!!
if u have any info, then that would be much appreciated :D
thanks :laugh:
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Postby Dr. Bill Leland » Mon Sep 11, 2006 8:07 pm


A piano camp is a summer (usually) workshop for piano students, often in a rural location and including social events as well as music study, that is sponsored by an institution such as a university music program or teacher organization. You can find a lot of them simply by typing "piano camps" into the Google search line.

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Postby 108-1121887355 » Sat Nov 18, 2006 4:17 pm

Now, that I have thought on this, teachers could run a 'camp' during a vacation week from school. If parents are not traveling, kids might enjoy something to do, especially if parents are working out of the home. I have a group of young ones who are eager to 'put on a musical'. It is too hard, now, to get the children together on an day of the week. The fact that they have time for a lesson is good. Today I planned a group for 9 and 5 attended. Horse back lesson, basketball, 2 birthday parties. A four or five day week of 'camp; might be fun, although a lot of work for the teacher. Maybe two or more teachers could get together and run one. This could be an important learning experience.
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