Keyboard - Collaborative Piano - Hero

Make music with your peers as a collaborative piano major.

We offer piano students who want to learn the art of accompaniment and ensemble performance a special place in our keyboard department. The collaborative piano program is designed to ready the next generation of pianists for a life playing music in groups. This graduate-level degree track is offered to only a few select students.

Keyboard - Collaborative Piano - Faculty

Faculty

Exclusive instruction

Covid-19 By The Numbers*

2,926
Tests administered
to SFCM students, faculty, and staff
0.4%
Positive cases from tests administered
29,956
Daily Symptom Checks Reported

Learn more about how SFCM has handled COVID-19 for our students.

* Data reported as of 4.22.21

SFCM and Opus 3 alliance
SFCM recently acquired Opus3 Artists, giving conservatory students a direct link to some of the most successful artists worldwide and inviting limitless opportunities for connection and collaboration.
SFCM student studying in library in 50 Oak building

VISITING THE CAMPUS

We’re waiting to show you around.

We look forward to your visit! Contact the Office of Admission to take a tour of our facilities and audit a class. You can also contact the keyboard faculty directly to arrange a consultative lesson.

SFCM students playing on stage

DEGREES AND PROGRAMS

Qualify yourself for the future.

A detailed curriculum is available for the collaborative piano music degrees at SFCM.

Keyboard performing on stage

ENSEMBLES

Play well with others.

Performance opportunities abound at SFCM. Ensembles featuring piano in a collaborative context range from chamber groups to large ensembles.