2021
Welcome back
for in-person instruction!

Pana Percussion Institute 2021

July 6 to 9, Wadsworth Performing Arts Center

Experience the incredibly diverse world of percussion!

PPI offers a total percussion experience for middle school, high school, and pre-college percussionists. Many PPI attendees have gone on to attend top tier music programs and are now performing professionally.

 

Please email us with any questions about PPI 2021!
PPI 2021 is a total percussion experience for
beginner to advanced students!
 
 
PPI 2021 offers a wide selection of focus groups including marching, orchestral, drum set, marimba, world, timpani, and snare. Students will participate in percussion ensembles and attend masterclasses given by a range of diverse guest clinicians. Our world class faculty offer unique insight into the world of percussion. Students may also sign-up for one private lesson with their choice of faculty.
All students perform in the PPI 2021 Showcase Concert!

 

PANA PERCUSSION INSTITUTE - JULY 6 to 9, 2021

FEES: $250 per student for four days (9am - 4pm)

Includes lunch, recital, access to equipment, camp t-shirt, and tuition

Download the PPI 2021 Flyer here!

CLINICS & MASTERCLASSES

Pana Percussion Quartet members and guest clinicians will present clinics, masterclasses, and panel discussions on a wide range of percussion instruments, techniques, and performance related topics.

FOCUS GROUPS

Marimba

Concert Percussion

Timpani

Drum set

Marching

Snare Drum

World Percussion

LARGE ENSEMBLES
Percussion Ensemble
Marching
World Music
Advanced Concert Play-along
Rhythm Section Play-along
COMPETITIONS
Marimba Solo
Snare Drum Solo
 
PRIVATE LESSONS
Students have the opportunity to sign up for one-on-one lessons with their choice of Pana Faculty members.

WARMUP & CHOP BUILDER

Live instructor-lead pad warmups (chop builder). Learn how professionals warm up, develop, and maintain technique.

COVID-19 INFORMATION

For everyone's safety and to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Pana Percussion Institute 2021 will follow all current recommended CDC guidelines. These include practicing social distancing, and correctly wearing masks. Instruments will be cleaned between sessions and sanitizing stations will be available for all participants. In addition, students are asked to bring their own sticks and mallets to avoid sharing with others. If you have or think you have symptoms or have tested positive for COVID-19, stay home and follow CDC recommended guidelines.