Junior Concerto Competition/Recital

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Junior Concerto Competition/Recital

After careful consideration, the Jr. Concerto Competition is reinstated and will take place online this year. The registration deadline has been moved to January 15, 2021. The link to the registration form can be found here:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeZw1q4xaQFAVzlN3oFWXMdydyqocgVhmgDVRo902HXt89JjQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

The recording submissions are due on January 30, 2021 via YouTube or Vimeo, with links sent to maya@mayapiano.com.

For more information contact Dr. Maya Tuylieva at maya@mayapiano.com

Chair: Dr. Maya Tuylieva
620-687-3586, maya@mayapiano.com
Location: Online (via YouTube or Vimeo)
Application Deadline: January 15, 2021
Recording Submission Deadline:

Results will be posted:

January 30, 2021

February 6, 2021

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




Submit online entry form

Enrollment fees should be mailed to:

Dr. Maya Tuylieva,
Attn: Concerto Competition
Music Academy of Kansas City
9339 W. 87th St.
Overland Park, KS 66212


This competition is an opportunity for students of piano, strings, and instrumentalists to compete for awards and to perform in a competitive setting, yet to do so in safe and friendly environment. The Competition will be held in the online format.

Format: The recording of the applicant can be uploaded to YouTube or Vimeo. Students should perform their selected movement in its entirety by memory. All links of the recording must be submitted by January 30th, 2021, 11PM CST. Adjudicator may select winners from each group. Each winner will receive an award in a form of a certificate and a medal.

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 pianists and instrumentalists age 18 or under 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 15, 2021.

Rules:  Students must furnish their own second piano and pianist for accompaniment for their recordings.