Mannes produces institutes each summer that focus on a variety of topics and feature world-renowned faculty and performers. Each institute has a different format, employing master classes, performances, lectures, ensembles, and coursework.
During a week of intensive study, participants in the Mannes Beethoven Institute explore Beethoven's sonatas, piano trios, and string quartets. A distinguished faculty provides students with a mix of private lessons, master classes, lectures, and concerts. Participants perform public concerts at the conclusion of the session.
Directed by Marc Ponthus, the Institute and Festival for Contemporary Performance brings together a diversity of approach, talent, and experiences during a week and a half of workshops, master classes, lectures, and symposium. Daily concerts feature some of the most significant performers, composers, and thinkers working in contemporary music today.
The New York Guitar Seminar is a gathering of students, faculty, and guest artists interested in immersing themselves in classical guitar. Seminar activities include master classes, improvisation, composition, arranging classes, pedagogy forums, career development workshops, and performances.
Founded by Mannes alumnus and faculty member Jerome Rose, the International Keyboard Institute features world-renowned pianists in performance, master classes, and symposia. The IKI is open to pianists of all ages and backgrounds.
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