During this summer, participate in a series of three-intensive-day Seminars, hosted by leading pianists and lecturers of MIPFA.
Explore the fascinating and transformative journey of these great artists as performers and interpreters, as they share their insights into the world ofgreat composers through our state – of the art- platform.
Apply, enroll and expand your music understanding through these exciting and creative seminars.
Enrollment will be limited toonly SIX participants.
Welcome to the virtual platform of the Miami International Piano Festival Academy.
The compelling artists we have embraced, cast a spell on our audience and bring life experiences and vision to the next generation of gifted artists interested in pursuing a concert career.
Enter now to our Virtual Platform and make the next step in your understanding of music.
Embrace and support our expanded mission to support, guide, and inspire the next generation of emerging pianists as well as other projects designed to enrich the lives of our audience.
Don't miss any news from MIPFA — upcoming Live.courses, new Masterclasses Series, additions to our Archive and much more!
The pandemic of 2020 has been devastating to all cultural and educational institutions. Following CDC guidelines, the doors of schools and concert halls have beenclosed. One of the casualties was The Miami International Piano Festival Academy that was to take place at Nova Southeastern University in South Florida. For more than fifty young pianists, those exciting and stimulating summer weeks of past years were taken away.
But today we are excited to announce that MIPFA officially opens the doors of its Virtual Platform and the beginning of its 2020/2021 academic year. Many of the great artists we have presented in the past will share their artistry with the entire world. You can watch these events via livestream through our social media nets. Music lovers will have the chance to access audio-visual content, performances, online master classes, and much more.
We urge you to apply, follow, and enjoy the multidimensional features available at the MIPFA Virtual Platform.
Russian pianist Ilya Itin speaks about Nikolai Medtner's Op. 38 & 39 "Forgotten Melodies", prior to a performance of the same pieces.
This first event of MIPFA academic year 20/21 premieres our virtual platform —the first of many to come during this season!