The University of Redlands Summer Piano Camp 2017 celebrates its Tenth Anniversary with a documentary capturing the explorations, performance opportunities, fundamental music tools and social interaction of 40 students ages 9 to 18. They came together from many parts of California and beyond to experience music in a non-competitive environment; one rich in new ways of having fun at the keyboard while forming lasting friendships.
On the final day of Camp, and after four days of intense rehearsal, is the Ensemble Recital for family and friends. From two-piano duos to four vigorous (but collaborative) "soloists", the program ranges from ages nine to eighteen and covers a wide variety of arrangements for multiple keyboard players. Often cited as their favorite activity each group projects a different aspect of true musical fun.
Piano Camp 2016 Performance Celebration
The final event of the week is a complete performance of the various- sized ensembles that have been rehearsing for a short five days. The Frederick Loewe Auditorium is overflowing with families and friends to see each group, by age, get taller and taller as the recital progresses.
Piano Camp 2016 Documentary Film
"If My Friends Could See Me Now..." presents an inclusive look at the vast array of skills, explorations and just plain fun. Forty-two participants from 11 to 19 spent five great days together this summer. The week was capped by a 2-hour presentation to parents, families and friends.
Piano Camp 2015 Documentary Film
The student-made (Multimedia Class) documentary of Piano Camp 2015 shows the wide variety of explorations, skills and performance opportunities. There is simply nothing like it anywhere for variety, high interest level and just plain fun!"
Piano Camp 2014 Performance Celebration
A showcase concert featuring the 2014 camps piano ensembles, collaborative partnerships, harpsichord, and dance.