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SUMMER COURSES & WORKSHOPS 2020

UK

Benslow Music Trust

Various dates throughout 2020

www.benslowmusic.org

Residential and short courses for all levels in Hertfordshire. Piano courses include Fugues for Fun (8-10 May), Jazz Piano (26-28 May), and Late Starter Piano (10-12 July).

Chetham’s International Summer School and Festival for Pianists

8-13, 14-20 & 20-26 August

www.pianosummerschool.com

Popular courses for all players of all abilities – taking place at Chetham’s School of Music, Manchester. 2020 sees the addition of a brand new Junior Piano Academy, open to under 18s of any level. Faculty includes Peter Donohoe, Noriko Ogawa and artistic director Murray McLachlan.

City Lit

Various dates throughout 2020

www.citylit.ac.uk

A London institute for higher education, teaching all ages and abilities in genres including classical, jazz and Latin. City Lit runs courses in topics such as returning to playing and piano technique for beginners. Taking place in summer on weekends, weekdays and evenings.

CSSM Summer School of Music at Uppingham

1-8 August

www.cssm.org.uk

For professionals and amateurs aged 18 and over who wish to improve their playing in a supportive environment. Offers courses

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