Pianos for All
Course No. 3042
Are you an amateur pianist who can play Bach’s Inventions and Haydn’s Sonatas? Would you like to play in an ensemble with other pianists, just like string players do in a string quartet? Then join “Pianos for All”!
We play music from the 17th to the 21st centuries, music that was either composed for two or more pianos, or that has been adapted for a piano group. The pieces vary in difficulty and style. You will be sent two of the pieces we will be playing during the course so as to enable you to practice these in advance. We will also sight read less difficult pieces which will still reflect a wide range of styles and periods.
Participants of all ages are welcome who would like to play as a group, as this joyous weekend provides the opportunity for piano playing in groups of one, two, three and four pianos.