In conjunction with the 2023 Aloha International Piano Competition, we are excited to offer the AIPF eAcademy. The AIPF eAcademy is open to applicants who have applied to the 2023 virtual Aloha International Piano Competition. Admitted applicants will have the opportunity to receive live feedback on your competition performance from our world-renowned judges. Think of it as an online ‘mini’ masterclass where you will receive constructive critique as well as tips on improving your performance by our distinguished judges.
The following applicants competing in the virtual competition are eligible to apply: Level B, Junior, High School, Young Artist, and Amateur.
The session will be held via Zoom on June 14, 2023 and applicants admitted to the eAcademy will each receive 15 minutes with the judges. Cost to participate is $50. For interested applicants: Please check the box indicated in the competition application form.
As we anticipate a large demand with limited slots, candidates will be pre-screened and notified upon acceptance. Payment will be due once the candidate confirms participation in the eAcademy.
In Person Private Lessons in Honolulu: Students interested in receiving in-person private lessons with our world-renowned faculty are invited to enroll in the AIPF Academy. Students will receive three (3) 45 minute lessons in the 5 day period as well as performance in the artist’s masterclass. Students enrolled in the Academy who are competing in the live competition will receive a 50% discount on the competition application fee. Cost to enroll in the AIPF Academy is $500.
Academy Application Deadline: May 15, 2023
The 2023 eAcademy faculty includes internationally acclaimed concert pianists Jon Nakamatsu (Gold medalist, Van Cliburn International Piano Competition/Faculty, San Francisco Conservatory of Music), Alan Chow (Professor and Piano Chair, Eastman School of Music), and Lisa Nakamichi (artistic director, Aloha International Piano Festival).