The All-Steinway Dewberry School of Music keyboard studies seeks to enhance the artistic and technical development of aspiring pianists through comprehensive mentorship, study and performances of solo pianists and collaborative artists.
Courses are offered at the undergraduate, master's and doctoral level and include guidance in solo performance, piano concerto performance, chamber piano and duo- piano repertoire, keyboard literature, piano pedagogy, as well as collaborative performance with singers and other instrumentalists. Pianists have the opportunity to perform in ensembles, along with performing solo recitals, collaborative recitals, and lecture-recitals.
Keyboard studies faculty are among the nation’s most prominent. These acclaimed and devoted teachers are internationally regarded as soloists, recitalists, adjudicators and teachers of masterclasses and workshops.
A Grand Piano Celebration
Held annually in September, A Grand Piano Celebration features our outstanding student soloists and faculty artists. Proceeds benefit student scholarships for the Dewberry School of Music.
A Grand Piano Celebration, recorded on Sunday, September 18 at 3 p.m. is now available on Mason Arts at Home for free viewing. For more information about the new online platform and troubleshooting, please read the FAQs here.
Watch excerpts of performances from A Grand Piano Celebration 2022
Student, Yiran He performing White Peacock, by Charles Thomlison Griffes.
Students, David Szabo, tenor and Yingfei Li, piano perform Hoffnung, Opus 82, No.1, by Ludwig Van Beethoven.
Students, Jiye Kim and GaYoung Lee, duo piano, perform Paganini Variations, by Witold Lutoslawski.
Dr. Linda Apple Monson and Dr. Anna Balakerskaia with Dr. John Paul Healey and student Eunae Ko Han perform Stars and Stripes Forever, by John Philip Sousa.