Puerto Rico Collaborative Piano Institute

The Puerto Rico Collaborative Piano Institute is a unique summer music festival for student, professional, or amateur collaborative pianist desiring to enhance their collaborative skills. The institute is  dedicated to uplifting under-represented voices in classical music.

A faculty and board member of the Collaborative Piano Institute, Stacie Haneline is excited to be a part of a team committed to developing the art form of collaborative piano for pianists of all ages and diverse backgrounds.  Students, amateurs and professionals have a unique opportunity which is the first of its kind. 

The International Collaborative Piano Competition and the Collaborative Piano Institute will hold place from June 12th – 18th in Puerto Rico (virtually 2021).  Repertoire has been chosen to represent compositions and composers of marginalized and under-represented communities.   As a member of the CPI, Stacie has researched and compiled repertoire solely selected for participants to collaborate and perform these works during the week long Institute.  

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  1. Hola Washington. Que bien que tengan estas grandes iniciativas!, quería contarte que yo tengo un gran amigo del Colegio en USA , Paco Bruno, que es de allá . El está retirado y es una persona culta, así que si necesitan algo puedo hablar con el. Por el resto, como empezaste el año sin Trump? Acá preocupados por Arauz y Yaku, queda menos de un mes. Me cuentas, abrazo.

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