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Mansfield University... Developing Tomorrow's Leaders Music Camps

Piano Camp


The 2014 Piano Camp is an opportunity for the serious pianist looking to expand their ability in chamber music performance during the camp. All pianists participate in chamber groups of various size from duos up to quintets. In addition, all pianists will have opportunities to play in piano ensembles, receive private instruction, attend master classes, and perform in concerts. Campers will also take part in the camp social activities and events.

  • Excellent piano instruction with artist-teachers.
  • Performance intensive experiences geared towards expanding your musical ability through instrumental chamber music.
  • Safe and beautiful surroundings allow you to immerse yourself in making meaningful music.
  • Finest coaching of chamber music.

Camp Director - Dr. Nancy Boston

Nancy BostonA prolific performer, Dr. Boston has appeared in concerts throughout the United States, as well as France, Italy, New Zealand, Russia, and Canada. She has also been active as adjudicator and guest lecturer. In addition to the standard piano repertoire, Dr. Boston has done extensive study in the area of music by women composers, and has given numerous solo and chamber programs featuring these composers. She is an active member of the International Association of Women and Music, and also teaches a course in “Women and Music”. She is on the Executive Board and served as President for the PMTA. Most recently she released a CD of music by American female composers, which has been played on numerous NPR radio programs.

The camp faculty is comprised primarily of the Mansfield University Music Department and is augmented by individuals in the music field who are outstanding players and teachers. Camp counselors are selected Mansfield University alumni and music majors and will also serve as teaching staff by helping to coach master classes and chamber ensembles. The counselor to camper ratio is 1:10. Campers and counselors live in the campus residence hall and eat in the campus cafeteria.

For further information contact: Dr. Nancy Boston at 570-662-4715 or

Piano Camp

Dates: July 8-12, 2014

Ages: 13 - 18

Residential Fee: $310
(includes instruction, all meals, & lodging)

Commuter Fee: $260
(includes instruction, lunch, & dinner)

Non-refundable Deposit: $75
(Required at the time of registration)

Balance of Payment Due:
June 26, 2014

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Typical Daily Schedule

Camp Performance: Final concert will be held Saturday, July 12 at 11:00 am.