Concerto and Ensemble Festival

Second Annual MTAC Santa Clara Branch

Concerto/ Ensemble Music Festival 

Mission

The mission of the MTAC Santa Clara Branch Concerto/ Ensemble Music Festival is to provide a formal stage with competition atmosphere to gifted young musicians who are participating in the State Concerto Competitions or VOCE Competitions, as well as to all junior ensemble performers who want to show their music talent in a team. It is a good opportunity to participate in a smaller festival in preparation for other music competitions in the following months of 2015.

Description of Activities

  • Time: Friday, January 23, 2015, 7:00pm
  • Venue: Santa Clara University Recital Hall.
  • Registration: the 2015 Festival is open to students playing at a level comparable to Certificate of Merit Level V and up. Students must be enrolled by their teachers. An online registration form will be posted in a short time.
  • Fee:   Concerto: $65
    Duet: $110
    Ensembles of 3 or more: $45 per performer (not counting accompanist)
  • Award: all participants will receive certificates signed by MTAC Santa Clara Branch President and Piano Concerto/ Ensemble Music Festival Committee. One or two students from each category will be awarded “Best Performer of 2015 Festival” and will receive a cash prize.
  • Age: all music performers must be age 24 or younger.
  • Repertoire Length: no more than 12 minutes.
  • We encourage teachers who enroll their students to work as volunteers on the event day.
  • Space is limited. First come, first served.

Four Categories:

  • Piano Concerto
  • Other Concerto
  • Duet and Ensemble
  • Vocal Ensemble

Evert Coordinator: Lin Pan (408) 931-1339

Make check payable to “MTAC Santa Clara” and send checks to: 883 S. Tantau Ave, Cupertino, CA95014.

CM Workshop

Please join us for a workshop to discuss using the Syllabus to select appropriate repertoire for you students, and to prepare them for the technique and theory parts of their CM Evaluation

We will also discuss Panel Evaluations, and how to enroll your students and prepare them for the Panel evaluations.

Please bring any questions you have about repertoire so that you don’t have to ask your CM Chairperson at the last minute.

Please bring your Syllabus to this meeting

Wednesday, October 8, 9:30 a.m.

Lincoln Glen Church, 2700 Booksin Avenue, San Jose


Coming Events

November: John Perry Master Class

December: Holiday luncheon and Program