July 30 to August 8, 2019
At Triniti Music Institute and Bangkok Arts and Culture Centre (BACC)
The 1st Collaborative Piano Camp Thailand 2019, a part of Music Learning Fest #6 supported by Trinity College London, is a 10-day music camp with an aim to introduce Collaborative Piano Skills to Thai pianists, which involve additional skills that are different than that of a solo pianist.
The camp will include lectures, private lessons, coaching sessions and master classes.
Camp participants will play with our artist faculties in the final concert at the BACC on August 8th.
MA Piano Performance, New England Conservatory, USA
Head of Piano Department at Triniti Music Institute
One of Thailand’s leading piano teachers, performer, and collaborative pianist.
Guest Piano Faculty
Esther Ning Yau, piano
Faculty of Longy School of Music of Bard College, USA
Lecturer at Cremona International Music Academy, Italy
“One of our premier local collaborative pianists"
— Boston Musical Intelligencer
Guest Artist Faculty
Shuxiang Yang, violin
President’s Young Performer in 2012, Singapore
Candidate for Doctor of Musical Arts, New England Conservatory, USA
“...destined to become one of Singapore’s giants of the violin." — Straits Times
Siwat Chuencharoen, piano
Tae Miyata, voice
Supak Wittayanukulluk, clarinet
The lecture schedule is subject to change without prior notice
|30th July, 10.00-12.00||Basics of the Collaborative Piano |
|30th July, 13.00-15.00||Sight reading and Score reading |
|31st July, 10.00-12.00||German Art Songs, Repertoire and Diction |
|1st August, 10.00-12.00||Playing for different instruments, string and woodwind |
|2nd August, 13.00-15.00||Orchestral reduction and instrumental sonata |
Master class sessions
The sessions are subject to change without prior notice
|31st July, 13.00-15.00||Vocal accompaniment with singer Tae Miyata |
|1st August, 13.00-15.00||Playing with woodwind with clarinetist Supak Wittayanukulluk |
|3rd August, 10.00-12.00||Playing with strings with violinist Shuxiang Yang
|3rd August, 13.00-15.00||Master class with Esther Ning Yau|
What will participants get?
- 5 lectures, 4 master classes, 3-4 coaching sessions, and 2 private lessons with our Artistic Director and faculty.
- A dress rehearsal and public masterclass at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC)
- A performance in the CPCT Concert at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC)
Active participants: who should apply?
Undergraduate piano major students or graduates who are serious about their music career.
Young pianists are required above Grade 8. A recommendation letter from current teacher and/or a live audition is required.
- Each full-time active participant is required to learn up to 3 pieces from a selected list from Trinity College London Piano Accompanying Exam Pieces Grade 5-8 (*see repertoire lists)
- Repertoire will be selected after a discussion with the faculty members
- Other repertoire are also welcome for discussion
Who are auditors?
If you feel you’re not ready to be a full-time active participant, consider applying for our 10-day auditor’s pass instead. With this pass, all lectures, master classes, private lessons, rehearsals including the final concert will be freely accessible to you. There is also a 1-day pass for those who are interested in only some aspects of the camp.
Full-time active participants:
*Partial and half scholarships, supported by JobTopGun are available upon request
10-day auditor’s pass:
1-day auditor’s pass:
June 17th, 2019 (Participants)
July 17th, 2019 (Auditors)