Junior Concerto Competition/Recital
|Chair:||Emily Yeh, NCTM
|Location:||Schmitt Music Performance Center|
|Dates:||February 8, 2020|
|Postmark Deadline:||January 7, 2020|
|Eligibility:||Young Musicians, School Grade 4 and younger
Junior Musicians, School Grade 5-8
Senior Musicians, School Grade 9-12
|Fees:||$35.00 per student with no teacher fee for KCMTA members
$35.00 per student plus $25.00 teacher fee for members of MTNA
$35.00 per student plus $75.00 teacher fee with no MTNA membership
Congratulations to the KCMTA Junior Concerto Competition 2020 winners!
Young Musicians Division (School Grade 4 and younger)
1st place: Zachary Lee, student of Emily Yeh
2nd place: Ian Bergin, student of Diane Stolz
3rd place: Eli Sun, student of Emily Yeh
Honorable Mention: Katie Chen, student of Emily Yeh
Junior Musicians Division (School Grade 5-8)
1st place: Anjali Kambhampati, student of Linda Chen
2nd place: Celes Kramer, student of Linda Chen
3rd place: Joseph Shoulta, student of Lisa McCluer
Honorable Mention: Makayla Gao, student of Emily Yeh
Alicia Chia, student of Linda Chen
Senior Musicians Division (School Grade 9-12)
1st place: Kathleen Chia , student of Linda Chen
2nd place: Max Rong, student of Emily Yeh
3rd Place: Renee Liou, student of Emily Yeh
Great thanks to the judges, Dr. Chris Madden and Mr. Jim Murray, and Schmitt Music Center.
Submit online entry form: registration form can be found below:
Enrollment fees should be mailed to Emily Yeh at 10914 Reeder St., Overland Park, KS 66210.
This competition is an opportunity for students of piano, strings, and instrumentalists to compete for awards and to perform in a recital setting.
Format: Adjudicator may select winners from each group. Each winner will receive a trophy. Students should be prepared to perform their selected movement in its entirety at the competition. However, depending on the number of entrants, student auditions may have a time limit. In this case, all competitors will be given the same audition time allotment. The competition is open to the public.
Repertoire: One movement (memorized) of a concerto for piano or other instrument from the standard repertoire. Pedagogical concertos may be used.
Eligibility and Fees: All pre-college pianists and instrumentalists are eligible to enter. The entrance fee is $35.00 per student whose teacher is a KCMTA member, additional $25.00 teacher fee for teachers who are MTMA members and $75.00 teacher fee for teacher with no MTNA membership. One check made to KCMTA may be sent by the teacher to cover the total fee. No enrollments will be accepted after January 7, 2020.
Rules: Students must furnish their own pianist for accompaniment at the competition.The students should provide a copy of the music with measures numbered for the judges. No photocopies are allowed