2010 Amateurs Application (June 4 - 13)

 

Application

           

Performers:
1. Complete application form (online or down load and send by mail)


2. Pay a nonrefundable $80 application fee (online or send by mail)

3. Good quality recording of one or more pieces of contrasting style (solo and/or concerto.) Portions of works may be used, e.g. one movement of a sonata. The most preferred form of recording is DVD, otherwise, a CD is also acceptable. Your disc must be in its own jewel case or protective sleeve. Please do not send the original copy. PianoTexas no longer accepts cassettes or videotapes for audition recordings. PianoTexas is not responsible for returning any recording.

4. Optional - list your choice of concerto and its movement(s) you wish to play in the concerto competition. The work must be from the
Concerto Repertoire list and must not exceed 18 minutes in length.

4. Repertoire you wish to play in the master class (both solo and concerto works are possible.)

5. Biography and hobbies - y our words will be published on our website so it should be presented in a clear, understandable format .

 

Active and General Observers:
A. Complete application form (online or down load and send by mail)

B. Pay a nonrefundable $45 application fee (online or send by mail)

C. For those applying as Active Observers, please include a repertoire list you have been studying during the past two years.


Application Deadlines:

             •  Performers:

                March 1, 2010 postmarked (U.S.A. and Canada)

             •  Active Observers:

                April 19, 2010 postmarked

             •  General Observers:

                May 24, 2010 postmarked