The Sonatina School of Piano was featured in The New York Times
(2002), in Piano Lessons
by Noah Adams (of National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered”), and on CNN Evening News (2003). It has also been written about in Yankee Magazine
, Keyboard Companion
, and The Piano Quarterly
The programs are designed for a well-rounded music experience, with private lessons, extensive daily practice time, classes in music theory, history, and sight reading, master classes and performances, and the opportunity to perform in a concert recital.
Participants come from more than 40 states, Canada, and other countries around the world. No auditions are required to participate in any of the programs.