Piano Program

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Piano Program in Germany

  • The piano program is very large, intensive, and unique. It is designed with elements of the Russian school to boost students to the next level of playing during each session. The beauty of their surroundings and cultural experience is ideal for artistic growth.

  • Each student receives two private lessons per week with an internationally-renowned artist faculty member.

  • All pianists are preselected into chamber groups and assigned to partners and repertoire choices according to level, matched well in advance. Pianists receive two fourty-five minute chamber coachings per week with an artist faculty member with their chamber group(s).

  • Jean-Bernard Pommier, piano

    Look for our 2017 Outstanding Guest Artist Series Announcment soon!
    Pianist and conductor Jean-Bernard Pommier is one of France's most famous musical exports. InterHarmony International Music Festival now welcomes him to our Outstanding Guest Artist Series, for sessions two and three of this summer. Pommier will perform in both Acqui Terme and Sulzbach-Rosenberg, as well as giving an open master class for advanced students. More info »

  • Each year, many of the artist faculty give Master Classes on musical topics besides performance. The focus of these Master Classes vary. In the past we have had lectures on J.S. Bach's Goldberg Variations, Integrating the Musical and the Technical, Projection in Performance, Stage Presence, Jazz Improvisation, Eurythmics, and Alexander Technique. More info - List of Master Classes »

  • Students have the opportunity to sign up to perform either as a soloist or with their chamber group in the performance master classes nearly every day of the festival. Master classes are open to all participants of the festival. Many of these Master Classes focus on specific composers or repertoire. More info - List of Master Classes »

  • Pianists will have ample practice time. We have very good number of pianos at the festival (32 last year) and our pianists don't have to fight to find a piano to practice because they are on a precise schedule.

  • Designed to give an additional edge in performance experience and exchange of ideas between students and their colleagues, this concert is a performance of just pianists.

  • With concerts almost every night, students are exposed to a high level both from artist faculty and their colleagues as they watch each concert. Students will have an opportunity to perform. Performance is based on approval on preparedness.

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