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Please CLICK HERE to visit the Academy of Fortepiano Performance website for full information.


TO DONATE

Donations to the Academy of Fortepiano Performance contribute directly to scholarships for students. Your tax-deductible gift will enable greater participation in the "lost sound" of early music instruments and provide inspiration to performers and audiences alike as they explore a historical time together.

You can donate online by clicking here. Please make sure to note "AFP" in the comments.

You can donate by mailing a check made out to "Catskill Mountain Foundation" with "AFP" in the memo line to:

Pam Weisberg, Director of Performing Arts
Academy of Fortepiano Performance
Catskill Mountain Foundation
PO Box 924/7971 Main Street
Hunter, NY 12442

Thank you for your support!


 IMPORTANT DATES FOR 2019
Academy Dates: May 25 through June 2, 2019

Arrival: May 25
Departure: June 2

Apply by February 15, 2019
Full tuition is required by April 1, 2019

Please CLICK HERE to fill out an online application.

Please email academyfortepianoinfo@gmail.com or contact Pamela Weisberg at weisbergp@catskillmtn.org or call 518-263-2066 with any questions.

Academy of Fortepiano Performance

The Academy of Fortepiano Performance was co-founded by fortepianists Audrey Axinn, Maria Rose, and Yi-heng Yang in 2017 to provide an inspiring and practical immersion into the world of historical performance for students, professionals, amateurs, and audiences. Hosted by the Catskill Mountain Foundation Piano Performance in the idyllic mountain setting of Hunter, New York,  the intimate performance hall, rich piano museum, and comfortable student lodging are all in close proximity to each other and just 2 1/2 hours north of New York City.

Guest faculty have included violinist Cynthia Roberts, fortepianists Malcolm Bilson, Pierre Goy, and Andrew Willis, fortepiano builder Richard Hester, scholar and harpsichordist, Raymond Erickson, and historical keyboard performer Masayuki Maki.

The Academy is open to students, professionals, and adult amateurs. Advanced high school students are welcome with a parent or chaperone. Auditors are welcome for all events.

Please CLICK HERE to visit the Academy of Fortepiano Performance website for full information.

 

 

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