inspire and transform musicians of all levels
Virtual Workshops for
Strings, Winds, & Piano
of all levels
Registration is still open
for remaining sessions.
January 16-18, 2021
Summertrios offers Workshops for adult string, wind, piano instrumentalists, and vocalists of all levels in an array of styles from chamber music to Tango. Whether you are an advanced player, are returning to your instrument, or are a diligent late starter, we invite you to join the Summertrios community.
Each workshop is designed to inspire and transform a musical journey. Participants immerse themselves in music, receive coaching, and play with the world-class Summertrios faculty. They attend daily Lab Sessions, have ample chances for sight reading and a variety of performance opportunities and Faculty concerts to attend. Everything happens in an atmosphere of camaraderie and fun. Please scroll down to learn more about Summertrios 2020.
"...the whole experience was amazing. Really transformative. Count me in as a regular from here on out! Just want to say thank you again! I loved every minute of it".
Ends Dec. 17
PLANS FOR 2021:
Due to the ongoing pandemic, we are re-imaging Summertrios. We have come up with some exciting and safe ways for you to be a part of the Summertios community year-round With a mix of online and small group options, there is something here for everyone. Please check back for future announcements.
Virtual coaching for ensembles meeting in person
Wintertrios (Jan.16-18). Virtual mini-festival.
Late Winter Semester (beginning mid-February)
Summertrios Satellites (beginning in March). In-person.Small, socially distanced, protocol observing, multi-day workshops at various locations.
Virtual Week 2021 (July dates tbd)
The Summertrios faculty is what makes our Workshops special- world-class musicians who are gifted coaches.
"...[our coach] was amazing, and managed to give both of us attention and information, not only with respect to our different instruments but also keying in on the things that we most needed help with (which were very different)."