Student pianists, both undergraduate and graduate, can enhance their musical skills and experience through master classes, quarterly Piano Showcase concerts, and numerous other opportunities offered by the Department of Music’s Piano Program. Students in the program receive regular coaching sessions with the Director of Piano Studies and opportunities to participate in master classes with visiting guest artists and local professional pianists. Performance opportunities include numerous concerts on and off campus, with many focused on a specific composer or historical period.
Rehearsals & Performances
Pianists participate in regular studio classes and sign up for workshops, master classes, and performances on the Tea Time Concert Series, piano recitals, and at a community concerts.
2023-24 Concert Dates:
- Thursday, November 9, 4:30 PM, Fulton Recital Hall — Tea Time Concert
- Thursday, February 13, 4:30 PM, Fulton Recital Hall — Tea Time Concert
- Thursday, April 25, 4:30 PM, Fulton Recital Hall — Tea Time Concert
Undergraduate and graduate student pianists interested in taking advantage of coaching opportunities, playing in master classes, and performing in Department concerts must audition for the Piano Program in order to be included in these activities. Auditions are held at the beginning of the academic year. Please visit the Auditions page for complete information, including audition requirements.