September 14-19, 2022
Online Application – deadline August 1
To take up residence in Adamant, VT for a long weekend of piano is to immerse oneself in country living. The music school is surrounded by trees and grassy meadows, and there is stillness all around. The main building, Barney Hall, houses the dining hall, bedrooms and a practice/teaching salon. Chase House also provides bedrooms and practice studios. In addition, there are dozens of individual practice studios spread out over the grounds, each accommodating two grand pianos. You will never bother your neighbor or “disturb the peace” when you practice, as no two walls are touching among the practice studios.
Accommodations are simple and comfortable in each of the quaint houses, with 7 or 8 bedrooms lining a hallway. Beds are either single or double, and there are three shared bathrooms with showers on each floor. Bedding and towels are provided, and there are plenty of blankets. Wifi is available in Barney Hall.
Playing good music demands eating good food!. PWIP VT puts equal emphasis on having an excellent culinary experience as well as a musical one. Chef Mark Miller creates a balanced menu that accommodates food preferences, while celebrating the bounty that is Vermont in September, with an abundance of ingredients sourced from small, independent farms.
A sample daily menu*
|Breakfast||Fresh squeezed juice
Croissants with jam
Selection of cheeses
Peach iced tea
|Dinner||Mushroom barley risotto
Green beans with ginger
Tomato and watermelon radish salad
*Please indicate food preferences on your application.