By appointment only
Mini is a boot-camp for Strategies in Career Development. Pianists age 21-31 who are undergraduate seniors, graduate students, or who have just completed a graduate degree are invited to participate at any time. Everyone may attend the the online lecture by James Douthit, Dean, Hayes School of Music (ASU) cost-free.
The purpose of RPPF-Mini is twofold:
- To help you build a distinctive career skill-set.
- To guide and shape the development of your professional profile.
- Cover letter and CV
- Telephone and live interviews
- Personal philosophy
- Lecture presentation and masterclass lesson
- References and recording
Please email us to discuss your specific needs before registering. Your registration is non-refundable.
Fees for Mini
1 hour – $65
2 hours – $125
5 hours – $275
8 hours – $425
Watch & Study
RPPF’s Watch & Study provides an opportunity for teachers, students, and piano lovers to observe a variety of RPPF events and classes and/or to receive a set number of private lessons during a limited time frame.
Choose a package that fits your needs – from 1 day up to 5 days – to be arranged during the course of the summer festival.
This program is not tuition-free. Watch & Study is arranged on an individual basis and rates are listed below. Registration is non-refundable.
Participants are responsible for their own accommodation, food, transportation, and parking.
To receive more information and to set up your own unique Watch & Study experience, please email us!
Watch & Study:
1 Day Pass – $125
2 Day Pass – $250
3 Day Pass – $375
4 Day Pass – $500
5 Day Pass – $625
Colina Concerto Project
RPPF is thrilled to present a contemporary concerto recording opportunity for selected RPPF Alumni. This event is scheduled for September 30 and October 1, 2021. The public is invited to the October 1st play-through and performance. Schedule to be posted soon.
My long-time friend and composer Michael Colina, has recently finished a lengthy 4-movement piano concerto that will be rehearsed, recorded, and performed at USF in Tampa. The project will take place in the USF Concert Hall with The Florida Orchestra conducted by Daniel Black (Resident Conductor of The Florida Orchestra). The October 1st sessions will be filmed as well as recorded.
All are welcome to attend.
This project is intended as a career builder for young pianists. Four pianists will each perform one movement. The soloists will receive national and international publicity and will also receive complimentary CD’s and DVD’s. Travel inside the USA, hotel, per-diem, and local transportation will be covered. The soloists are:
We hope to do more projects like this in the future!