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Zeyla A. PCP 2008-2010
I am a Suzuki Violin Teacher in Cambridge MA working with beginner violinists under the age of 10. I love what I’m doing and how much support PCP gave me as a young and growing musician to get where I am now!
Melissa W. PCP 1989-90
Although I did not become a professional musician (I am a professor of neuroscience), PCP was one of the most formative experiences of my young adulthood. It instilled a lifelong love of music in me, and was a place where I developed intense friendships.
Portia Z. PCP 1997,2000
I was a camper in 1997 and on staff in 2000.
Jeff K. PCP 1969-73
I worked at PCP for five summers as a counselor, horn teacher, lifeguard, and sailboat instructor. Also did opening and closing the weeks before and after camp.
Darol A. PCP 1963
A deeply affecting experience, which changed the direction of my life. Attending this camp with other kids such as David Finckel and the rest of that crew made a difference that didn’t become apparent until much later….but Ed Finckel’s interest in jazz and other music sparked the idea of combining styles, which became projects such as the Turtle Island String Quartet.
Larry G. PCP 1964-1971
In honor of our former owners’ contributions, artist Larry created a limited edition of archival, giclée prints from his painting ‘A Point Counter Point Evening’. These commemorative prints are available for sale, and a portion of proceeds will be donated to the Scholarship Funds. Why not take a piece of PCP home with you? Prints are available in two sizes, unframed or framed. Contact Larry Grob for details: [email protected], or call 617-817-3123. Larry’s work can be seen at www.larrygrobartist.com
PCP Alum Weekend
Join us over Memorial Day for our annual Alum retreat weekend! All campers and families are welcome on a first come-first serve basis. In return for free room and board, we will invite your help to unpack and prepare camp for the season. If you want to join us, please email Jenny B at email@example.com .
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Alumni & Public Donations Saved the RecHall in 2018!
In April of 2018, the RecHall at PCP was destroyed by a devastating storm. As you can see, a tree went straight through the center of the RecHall. The entire building needed to be redone and the grand piano inside was in pieces. However, thanks to a gofund me campaign and your alumni donations we were able to fully restore the RecHall as well as purchase a Steinway grand piano. The PCP community and alumni community made it possible for PCP to open as scheduled in 2018. Thank you all so much!