The Deeper Piano Studies Workshops are conducted by Beechwood Arts, Inc., a not-for-profit corporation promoting creativity and innovation through collaborative, experiential, cross-disciplinary activities. Generous donors who support these ideas have provided certain scholarships.

Grateful thanks to the generous support of the Charley Creek Foundation, the McCadden Family Foundation and Yamaha Artist Services, which makes the continuation of this program possible.


One Workshop - 6 participants $6000*

Introduce six pianists to the DPS program by sponsoring a Level I workshop retreat. Angels may observe and even participate in certain exercises and are invited to a dinner made by the group!

Includes a private concert for host. Coverage for travel, room and board for all participants.

* In cash or in-kind - call for details


Single participant -- 4 Workshops $3500*

Provide a pianist of your choice, or one chosen by advisors, with a life-transforming experience - attendance in the full DPS Workshop Retreat program.

* + travel and expenses if desired/required


Full year of One-on-one DPS $3000

Provide a full year of individually tailored implementation sessions for a workshop participant or a DPS Young Artist


Single Seminar/Masterclass $1500

Series of 4 Seminar/Masterclasses $4500

Introduce aspiring pianists and musicians to DPS by helping a school or conservatory incorporate Seminars and Masterclasses in its curriculum.


Private concert $4000

Present a DPS Concert in your home or other venue for your guests, given by Frederic Chiu, with invited artists attuned to the DPS philosophy.


DPS Scholarship donor’s choice

Many schools are eager to provide DPS programs to their best students, through specially designated DPS scholarships. If you have a particular school you would like to endow, you may request it.

Contributions at these sponsorship levels, or of any amount of your choice, are fully tax-deductible.

Your company may provide matching funds for your personal contribution. Please inquire if this might be your case.