All You Need to Know About Piano | SoundWaves 2021
If this piano-focused preview of SoundWaves 2021 doesn’t get you keyed up for camp, we’re not sure what will!
Each year, our summer music camp SoundWaves brings incredible musicians from across the world to work with campgoers. This year continues that tradition with esteemed pianists Stephanie Chevalier and Jack Winerock.
Chevalier, a Suzuki piano instructor and early music specialist, will be working with beginner and intermediate piano students. Piano Artist-Faculty member Anne Madison describes Chevalier as “an experienced piano instructor of all ages… Her insights and perspectives will be really interesting for our students.”
Under Chevalier’s guidance, piano students will enjoy the opportunity to participate in a “monster concert” ensemble featuring six (SIX!) grand pianos. Pianists will perform duets together in this final ensemble in addition to their solo performances.
Winerock will be working with advanced piano students at SoundWaves. A Juilliard School of Music alum, Winerock currently serves as a professor of piano at the University of Kansas. His bio (available to read in full on the SoundWaves page) states his students have won prizes in prestigious competitions across the world.
Madison describes Winerock as “classy, kind [and] world-class.” Advanced piano students are sure to gain much from their time working with Winerock this summer!
“With such great teachers and the unique, high-visibility monster concert event, SoundWaves in piano will likely fill up fast,” Madison said.
If you want your piano student in on all this ivory-tickling fun, sign them up for SoundWaves 2021 today! All the details are available on the SoundWaves page.