Virtual Piano Intensive 2021
CYMC 2021 Classical Program is now over!
Thank you to all who participated.
See you in 2022
Meet our Guest Instructors…
BMus Piano Performance UBC. current MM student at Juilliard
Praised for his sensitivity and artistic depth, 24-year-old Carter Johnson has established himself as one of Canada’s most exciting young pianists. In 2018, Johnson won the top prize in two of Canada’s most important competitions, winning both Grand Prize in the OSM Manulife Competition as well as First Prize in the CMC Stepping Stone competition. In addition to an ARCT in piano performance with Distinction, Johnson also holds an ARCT in piano pedagogy, for which he won the national gold medal at age 18 for the highest marks in Canada.
Combining this experience with his passion for educating, his discussions on music will engage and challenge students to become the best musician they can be. Johnson will break down repertoire students are currently working on and use it as a starting point to discuss the many facets of piano playing.Register now and deepen your connection with music!
Week-long vocal intensive for Dedicated young pianist Grade 3RCM and up
Join Carter Johnson as he takes the repertoire students are currently working on and uses it as a starting point to discuss many facets of piano playing, including technique, interpretation, music history, the piano repertoire, and the great pianists of history.
*Applicants will be asked to provide at least one video recording of a piece of their choice.
“I just wanted to say a BIG THANKS from our family for the great experience our daughter Cait (12 years and second violin in the orchestra) has just had in the classical camp during the past 2 weeks. Everyone was so friendly and keen to help the kids adjust – just great! There seems to have been just the right mix of music and social to keep the kids happy. John and the rest of the wonderful CYMC faculty – thank you for sharing your gift of music and for inspiring Cait and all of us on her music journey.“– Theresa
“Canadian pianist Sarah Hagen has performed in concert halls and has been heard on broadcasts throughout North America and Europe. A visionary and an idealist, Sarah presents conceptually innovative performances, involving photography, dance, and spoken word. Sarah’s motivation is the belief that music has the power to be a window into our souls, regardless of our age or musical knowledge.“– Sarah Hagen
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