Historical Piano Summer Academy

Date and location

from July 3, 2018 until July 10, 2018
Orpheus Institute, Ghent (BE)

Open seminars en recitals

Eventfrom July 3, 2018 until July 10, 2018

Historical Piano Summer Academy 2018

The following events are open to the public and take place in the Orpheus Institute Concert Hall, Korte Meer 12, 9000 Ghent (BE):


Tue, July 3, 14:00-15:30  Erin Helyard, The French Clementi

Wed, July 4, 14:00-15:30  Tom Beghin, The French Beethoven

Thu, July 5, 14:00-15:30  Jeanne Roudet, Lire la modernité de la Méthode de piano du Conservatoire, 1800-1810

Mon, July 9, 18:00-19:30  Ellie Nimeroski, Judging the Concours

Tue, July 10, 14:00-15:30  Frédéric de La Grandville, À propos de l’enseignement du pianoforte au Conservatoire de Paris vers 1810


Thu, July 5, 20:00  Tom Beghin, Works by Beethoven (Grande sonate Op. 53, “Waldstein”) and Steibelt (Caprice Op. 24 No. 3 and Grande sonate Op. 64)

Fri, July 6, 20:00  Erin Helyard, Works by Clementi (Capriccio Op. 34 No. 2, Sonatas Op. 33 No. 2 and Op. 50 No. 1)

Sun, July 8, 17:00 Lecture-recital by Prach Boondiskulchok, Composing for the Fortepiano: Historicity and Idiosyncrasies

Summer Academy 2018

July 3 - July 12, 2018

Directed by 
Tom Beghin (Orpheus Institute) & Erin Helyard (University of Melbourne)

Hannah Aelvoet (Belgium), Domitille Bès (France), Shin Hwang (USA), Luca Montebugnoli (Italy), Márcio Reverbel (Brazil), Liselotte Sels (Belgium), Joshua Villanueva (USA), Akkra Yeunyonghattaporn (Thailand)

Special guests
Jeanne Roudet (Sorbonne Université, IReMus), Frédéric de La Grandville (Université de Reims), Prach Boondiskulchok (Orpheus Institute), Ellie Nimeroski (Orpheus Insitute)