Program in Collaborative Piano

June 17 - August 5, 2018

Deloise Lima, Coordinator

The Brevard Music Center offers a program in Collaborative Piano for students in the College Division. Students accepted into this advanced program will concentrate on collaborative activities including chamber music, vocal accompaniment, orchestral keyboard, and concerto accompaniment.


The Program

Students will:

  • receive weekly lessons
  • engage in regular collaborative events
  • participate in coachings with Brevard's renowned artist faculty
  • be assigned to perform keyboard parts in Brevard's orchestral concerts
  • attend open rehearsals with world-renowned concert soloists
  • have numerous opportunities for public performance
  • have the opportunity to attend nearly 80 orchestra, chamber, solo, and opera performances

Students applying for this program should have a broad range of experience in the field of accompanying. Each student enrolled in the Collaborative Program will be assigned to a variety of instrumental studios, and will be responsible for the accompaniment needs of those studios in lessons, studio classes, masterclasses, and performances. In addition, students in this program will play for concerto competition contestants and will be assigned specific works and/or studios to cover during the competition.

Coachings with Brevard's artist faculty will be provided for all performing responsibilities.

Students work on campus in 90 studios and practice rooms. Piano students may reserve daily practice time and may practice in any vacant room. Steinway is the official piano of the Brevard Music Center.

The BMC Piano Competition is open to any BMC pianist enrolled for the full session. Winners receive cash prizes and scholarships for future study at Brevard.