The AMF Collaborative Piano Program is a six-week summer course established with the goal of providing intensive immersion into the world of collaborative arts for advanced pianists.
The program covers a range of topics including vocal and instrumental repertoire, score study, interpretation, and orchestral reductions for operatic repertoire and instrumental concerti. Vocally-focused collaborative pianists will also be guided in playing recitatives, coaching, cuing, and singing while playing.
The program offers skill-building focused seminars and private lessons for student participants centering on repertoire acquisition and interpretation. Lesson requests with [Piano Institute and Seminar](/the-institute/programs/piano-institute-and-seminar)’s solo piano faculty members may be accommodated depending on availability.
Using the vibrant festival environment as a backdrop, the program offers unprecedented collaborative performance opportunities including instrumental, vocal, and contemporary works.