Summer course Training session

Cheetham International Piano Summer Course

City: Manchester

A summer school for a wide range of people from children to adults, sponsored by the Boarding School Cheetham Music School

The UK's largest music college for children holds a summer school.It meets the needs of not only children but also piano teachers and young people aiming for competition.
April 2024th - May 8th, 8
A piano summer school hosted by Cheetham School of Music (Boarding School), the largest music school for children in England.The biggest feature that is not found in other training courses is that it is a training course that is open to everyone, corresponding to all levels and generations.In addition to children, this course will also offer classes for young pianists aiming to compete in competitions and adult amateurs such as piano teachers.This is a "participation-oriented" summer school where lessons are fun and tailored to each individual's skills and needs, rather than serious elite thinking.In addition to general piano classes, there are courses such as jazz piano, impromptu piano, composition, organ, harpsichord, music theory, first sight, etc. Participants can choose courses according to their level and interests.Depending on the participants, not only one sensei, but also some who take 1-2 classes.3 hours of private lessons are guaranteed for each class, and you can also audit other classes.You can also participate in workshops led by instructors.One of the features of the course is that there are many public one-on-one lessons, and the instructors will support each participant personally, such as relieving anxiety about playing, giving advice on practice methods and repertoire.In addition, there are more than 1 practice rooms, so you can fully immerse yourself in practice.When you're not practicing, you can use the swimming pool and tennis courts, which are open daily, as well as activities such as table tennis and soccer.There will also be a sensei concert. It is a boarding music school with 3-hour security, so it is safe for minors to participate.Learn to play the piano in England in a fun, relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
* Ideal for studying abroad for parents and children.
*Minors must be accompanied by an attendant.
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■ Workshop period ■

April 2024th - May 8th, 8
Phase 1: July 2024-8, 8
Phase 2: July 2024-8, 13

■ Courses held ■

Piano, Jazz Piano, Improvisation Piano, Composition, Organ, Chambero, Music Theory, First Look, Music Education, Alexander Technique, Dalcroze

■ Number of lessons ■

Generally, it is a private lesson of 1 hours per period.
*In addition to private lessons, you can participate in many workshops.
* Additional lessons are available as an option.As long as there is space, you can take the same sensei and other sensei.
* The number of hours may change depending on the level, number of students, and major of the professor and students.

■ Audition ■

None

■ Workshop venue ■

Chetham Music School

■ Workshop schedule ■

The course schedule will be announced locally.Please check on-site for details.

<General schedule example>
Day 1: Depart from Japan, arrive at the site, drive to the student dormitory, start the class
Day 2: Lesson starts
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Last day of the course: End of the course Departure from the airport by car
The day after the last day of the course: Arrival in Japan
*Check-in time is fixed, so please pay attention to the flight schedule.Depending on the flight schedule, we recommend that you stay at the hotel on the first day (the day before the start of the course) and the last day of the course.Please contact the And Vision Counselor for details of the itinerary.

■ Pieces / Number of pieces ■

Free song

■ Practice room ■

There are more than 100 practice rooms.

■ Concert Opportunity ■

Yes

■ Accommodation ■

dormitory.With meal (morning, noon, evening)
*Check-in time is fixed, so please pay attention to the flight schedule.
* Depending on the time of application and age, the room type may change from a single room to a large room.If you wish, we recommend that you apply as soon as possible.
* There is a 24-hour security guard at the accommodation.

■ Accommodation period ■

Check-in: Course start date
Check-out: Course end date
* No extended night or previous night
*Check-in time is fixed, so please pay attention to the flight schedule.Depending on the flight schedule, we recommend that you stay at the hotel on the first day (the day before the start of the course) and the last day of the course.Please contact the And Vision Counselor for details of the itinerary.

■ Japanese interpreter / local support ■

▽ Local support
On-site support from our London affiliated office (phone only)

▽ Japanese interpreter during lessons
Japanese interpreters cannot be arranged.

■ Airport transfer ■

Return airport transfer included (Manchester Airport)

■ Professors ■

*Many sensei locations fill up well before the deadline. If you are interested in sensei, we strongly recommend that you apply early.

<Phase 1>
▽ Piano
robert andres
(Professor at Madeira Conservatory, Spain)

Sarah Beth Briggs
(British pianist)

bobby chen
(Malaysian pianist)

Peter Donohoe
(Professor, Royal Birmingham Conservatory, England)

douglas finch
(Professor, Trinity Laban Conservatoire University, England)

Nikita Fitenko
(Associate Professor, Benjamin T. Rohm School of Music, The Catholic University of America, USA)

Malta Carbovinitzka
(Professor, Cheetham Music School, UK, Junior Department, Royal Northern Music University, UK)

Piers Rain
(Former Professor of the Royal Academy of Music, England)

Michael rabin
(Professor at Boston Conservatory of Music, USA)

Leon Macquarie
(Professor, Royal College of Music, UK)

Murray McLachlan
(Professor, Royal Northern Music University, UK, Chief Professor, Cheetham Music School, UK)

Pascal Nemirovsky
(Professor of the Royal Birmingham Conservatory in the United Kingdom, Former Professor of the Royal Conservatory of Music in the United Kingdom, Former Professor of the Purcell School in the United Kingdom)

Tessa Nicholson
(Professor, Royal Academy of Music, UK, Professor, Purcell School, UK)

honor o'hare
(Professor at Madeira Conservatory, Spain)

Steven Osborne
(Professor, Royal College of Music, UK)

Kathryn Page
(British pianist)

Dina Paraquina
(Professor of Royal College of Music, UK, Professor of Royal College of Music, UK, Professor of Cheetham Music School, UK)

Ben Powell
(Professor, Royal Northern Music University, UK)

Martin Roscoe
(Professor, Guildhall School of Music, England)

Neil Rutman
(Professor, Department of Music, University of Central Arkansas, USA)

Lorina Savleviciut
(Professor, Royal Northern Music University, UK)

kiana shaffei
(Professor, Junior Department, Royal Northern Music University, UK, Professor, Cheetham Music School, UK)

Catherine Stott
(Professor, Royal Northern College of Music, UK; former professor, Royal Academy of Music, UK; former professor, Cheetham School of Music, UK)

Adam Swain
(Professor, Royal Northern Music University, UK)

John Thwaites
(Professor at Birmingham School of Music, UK, former professor at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music, UK)

Tamas Unger
(Professor, Faculty of Music, Texas Christian University, USA)

Gemma Webster
(Accompaniment of Cheetham Music School, England)

Katerina Zaitseva
(American pianist)

▽Jazz piano
Nikki Isles
(Professor at the Royal Academy of Music, UK; Professor at the Department of Performing Arts, Middlesex University, UK)

▽ Music theory
Ruth Aldred
(Professor, Cheetham Music School, England)

▽ Alexander Technique
James Crow
(Lecturer of Alexander Technique, England)

▽ Dalcroze
Emma Dixon
(British cellist)

▽ Organ
Simon Passmore
(Accompaniment of Cheetham Music School, England)

▽ Composition
Jeremy Pike
(Professor, Cheetham Music School, England)

▽ First look
Charlotte Turner
(Professor, Cheetham Music School, England)

▽ Harpsichord
Charlotte Turner
(Professor, Cheetham Music School, England)


<Phase 2>
▽ Piano
Katya Apekisheva
(Professor, Guildhall School of Music, England)

Simon Bottom Ray
(Professor, Cheetham Music School, England)

Adam Davis
(British pianist)

Andrew Eales
(British pianist)

Benjamin Frith
(Professor, Royal Northern Music University, UK, Former Professor, Cheetham Music School, UK)

Rolf Hind
(Professor at the Guildhall School of Music, UK; Visiting Professor at Trinity Laban Conservatoire University, UK)

Paul Lewis
(Visiting professor at Guildhall School of Music, UK)

Joanna McGregor
(Chief Professor, Royal Academy of Music, England)

Murray McLachlan
(Professor, Royal Northern Music University, UK, Chief Professor, Cheetham Music School, UK)

Jonathan Middleton
(Professor, Junior Department, Royal Northern Music University, UK, Professor, Cheetham Music School, UK)

Elena Narimova
(Accompaniment of Cheetham Music School, England)

Noriko Ogawa
(Professor, Guildhall School of Music, England)

Gulshin Onai
(Turkish pianist)

Charles Owen
(Professor, Guildhall School of Music, England)

Kathryn Page
(British pianist)

Martin Parks
(Accompaniment of Cheetham Music School, England)

Simon Parkin
(Professor, Royal Northern Music University, UK)

Fali Pavli
(Professor, Royal Conservatoire of England)

Louis Piepa
(Professor, Faculty of Music, University of Minho, Portugal)

Graham Scott
(Chief Professor, Great Britain Northern Music University)

Nelly Sen
(Associate Dean, Nanyang Academy of Arts, Singapore University of the Arts, Singapore)

Vyacheslav Sidorenko
(Professor, Cheetham Music School, England)

Philip Smith
(British pianist)

sondra tamamu
(Professor of Pre-College, Manhattan School of Music, USA; Associate Professor, Faculty of Music, Montclair State University, USA)

william westney
(Former professor, Department of Music, Texas Tech University, USA)

▽ Music theory
Ruth Aldred
(Professor, Cheetham Music School, England)

▽ Alexander Technique
James Crow
(Lecturer of Alexander Technique, England)

▽ First look
Adam Davis
(British pianist)

Paul Harris
(British pianist)

Charlotte Turner
(Professor, Cheetham Music School, England)

▽ Dalcroze
Emma Dixon
(British cellist)

▽ Impromptu piano
Simon Parkin
(Professor, Royal Northern Music University, UK)

▽Jazz/improvised piano
Jason Rivero
(Visiting Professor, Royal Northern College of Music, UK; Former Visiting Lecturer, Guildhall School of Music, UK)

▽ Composition
ian stevens
(Professor, Cheetham Music School, England)

▽ Organ
Christopher Stokes
(Professor, Cheetham Music School, England)

▽ Harpsichord
Charlotte Turner
(Professor, Cheetham Music School, England)

■ Qualifications ■

Anyone can join.
* Every year, children and adult amateurs, as well as those with a level of sound or music of the same or higher level, participate.In the case of minors, an attendant is required.
* Only the organized duo can participate in the piano duo course.

■ Price ■

2 period: 660,460 yen (667,260 yen including tax)
1 period: 475,560 yen (482,360 yen including tax)

▽ Option
2 lessons (1 minutes each): 45 yen (41,660 yen including tax)

■ What is included in the price ■

Course fee (tuition fee, attendance fee, practice room, selected person concert appearance participation fee, concert viewing fee, completion certificate, etc.), local accommodation arrangement fee, student dormitory accommodation fee, food fee (morning, noon, evening), airport transfer Fees, support service fees during your stay, overseas international remittance fees, overseas international remittance bank receipt fees, pre-departure support service fees, set discounts

■ Clarify some of the items not included in the price ■

Airfare, options, Japanese translation fee, overseas travel accident insurance fee, city travel fee, telephone fee, all personal expenses during free time, etc.

■ Price / Schedule Supplement ■

● There are many options not listed.Please contact an And Vision Counselor for details.
● Depending on the local situation of the new corona infection, online lessons may be offered.Please note that if the course is offered, the fee will be charged excluding accommodation fees.The cancellation policy is based on the terms and conditions.
● Please contact an And Vision Counselor as you may be able to take classes even during the period you have set.

■ Application deadline ■

First deadline: February 2024, 4, 1, Second deadline: March 2024 5, Third deadline: up to capacity
● Even before the application deadline, the deadline will be closed as soon as the capacity is reached.
● Even after the application deadline, you may be able to apply if there is a vacancy in the course, so please contact the And Vision Counselor.

■Notes■

* If you have an attendant, you will be charged a separate fee such as accommodation.Attendance fees may vary depending on the age of the student.
* If you are a minor, you will generally need to be accompanied, but please contact us.
* Please contact us if you are a group led by sensei.
* Separately, we can arrange a local language school (affiliated school) free of charge.
* Private lessons or group lessons can be arranged separately.
* Please contact an And Vision Counselor for paid rental of musical instruments.
* In addition to the above, please feel free to contact the And Vision Counselor for anything.
* This information is as of December 2023, 11.Information may change depending on the year and local circumstances, so please contact the And Vision Counselor for the latest information.
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