Keyboard Camp 2020 was a great success. We were honoured to be joined by Jade MayJean, singer-songwriter from Ipswich, and we sang arrangements of five of her fabulous songs. Our young people found Jade inspiring to work with, and at the concert Jade sang her songs to an accompaniment of over thirty keyboards!
Lighting and sound were provided by the talented Kit Marsden, to whom I am forever grateful. Other tutors on the course were Mr Callum Nicholls, Mrs Rachel York and Miss Jen Ferris, and all were a delight to work with.
Even though it was colder than usual (we normally hold Keyboard Camp in March/April, not February!), How Hill was as stunningly beautiful as ever, and a great venue for our music.
Keyboard Camp is our annual residential course for keyboard players and pianists. It takes place in the Easter holidays, and we stay at How Hill, a beautiful old estate and country house right on the Norfolk Broads.
The course consists of three days and nights, and there is a concert for friends and families on the last afternoon. All the music and tuition are provided!
Keyboard Camp is for all ages and all standards of playing. You will be put in a group according to your level of playing – from beginners to very advanced playing. Our tutors are fantastic, and they will ensure that you get the maximum possible benefit from your musical experiences on Keyboard Camp.
In addition, there is football, there’s a maze to find your way around, there are evening activities, and free time for you to spend however you like! We run our ever-popular tuckshop several times a day, so you definitely won’t be hungry!
If you are a pianist or keyboardist, please come to Keyboard Camp – you will learn some amazing new music, make loads of friends, and have a fantastic time!