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Center for Piano Studies Calendar

2023 Calendars

Spring 2023: lesson dates and holidays

Item Description


Lessons and group classes resume / Spring term begins

Week of January 8

Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Building closed

January 16 (No lessons)

President's Day
*Lessons can be held

February 20

Spring Break
No group classes
*Lessons can be held

March 5-12

Last week of lessons

Week of April 23

Make-up week (if needed, finals exam week)

Week of April 30

End of Spring term

May 6

 Summer term

May 7 to August 5

* UofSC classes are not in session, however, teachers and students can have lessons on these dates if all parties agree.

Spring 2023: recitals and events





CMTA Celebration of Musical Achievements

Young Musician, Young Artist, Elementary Artist


TBD, Spring 2023

SCMTA District Auditions

Young Artist

USC School of Music

TBD, March/April 2023

Adult Spring Masterclass

Adult and UofSC students

USC School of Music

April 2

Young Musician Repertoire Classes

Young Musician 

USC School of Music

April 21 and 22

SCMTA State Auditions

Young Artist

USC School of Music

TBD, April 2023

Spring Recitals

All Programs

USC School of Music

April/May TBD

RCM Certificate Program Assessments

Young Artist (December or May/June)


Scheduled independently; encouraged in May/June

Spring 2023: group classes and event schedules

See each program page for specific group class and event schedules.

Summer 2023: lesson dates


Summer 2023

End-of-year May lessons and summer session begins

May 7

Last day to complete end-of-year May lessons

June 3

All other summer lessons begin

May 28

Memorial Day holiday

May 29 (No lessons, building closed)

Last day to register for summer camps

June 11

Last day to register for private lessons

June 25

Piano Camp for Beginner and Elementary Pianists

June 26–June 30

Independence Day holiday

July 4 (No lessons, building closed)

Last day to add 3 private lessons

July 9

Camp Creativity 

July 10-14

Summer session ends

August 5


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