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Washington State University
College of Arts and Sciences School of Music

Summer Keyboard Explorations

June 21 — 26, 2021

Summer Keyboard Explorations

offers a week of virtual piano lessons and daily group activities for students from grades 6 through 12. Students enrolling should have a minimum of one year of piano lessons.

Camp Description:

The camp is open to both classical and jazz pianists.

From Monday through Friday students will receive private piano lessons with WSU faculty, and on Saturday we will have a virtual final concert featuring all the participants. Every day we’ll also have a one-hour group activity/class, and an informal social time at the end of the day, so that students will get to meet each other in a fun setting!

We are excited to announce that classical pianists will receive 4 classical lessons (with Dr. Menchetti and Dr. Roh) and one jazz lesson (with Professor Jake Svendsen), so that students will have the opportunity to explore a different genre and discover a different approach to music!

Lessons are open to all participants, so that students will be able to observe each other’s lessons.


Dr. Fabio Menchetti
Dr. Yoon-Wha Roh
Professor Jake Svendsen

Each Day will Include:

  • 30-minute private lesson (from Monday through Friday)
  • 60-minute group activity/class
  • Informal social time (conversations with faculty and students)

Material Requirements:

  • Piano or an 88-key weighted keyboard.
  • Scores of the pieces you are performing for your lessons and final recital.
  • Metronome and pencil.
  • Access to a computer with microphone and webcam (built-in is fine), high-speed internet connection.



Please mail the $150 registration fee via check made out to: WSU School of Music
School of Music
Washington State University
Attention: Anna-Maria Shannon
PO Box 645300
Pullman, WA 99164-5300

Application Deadline:
Application forms and fees must be received by June 11, 2021.

Recording Submission:
We would like to listen to two recordings of your choice. One should be a work-in-progress, a piece that you would like to work on during your summer camp lessons. The second should be a polished work, ready to be performed, that shows your current level. Recording submission is recommended but not required.

Online Registration:

Click Here to Register


Summer Keyboard Exploration Release Agreement

* Forms to be mailed in by June 11, 2021.


Summer Keyboard Explorations:
Fabio Menchetti,

WSU School of Music:, (509) 335-3898