Invitation to The 2015 East Texas Piano Solo Festival Competition Being Held at Stephen F. Austin State University School of Music
2015 East Texas Piano Solo Festival Competition
Saturday, April 11, 2015
Tom & Peggy Wright Music Building
Stephen F. Austin State University School of Music
ELIGIBILITY AND PERFORMANCE DIVISIONS
There are going to be 5 different contest divisions for young pianists starting from grade 3 to 12. These divisions are to be categorized according to the current grade levels that students are in at their schools. Students that are currently in the school grade levels of 3 through 12 [or students that are currently in the equivalent home school curriculum levels] will compete in the different contest divisions according to their current grade level in school:
Elementary (grades 3 & 4)
Intermediate I (grades 5 & 6)
Intermediate II (grades 7 & 8)
Advanced I (grades 9 & 10)
Advanced II (grades 11 & 12)
PRIZE WINNERS FOR ADVANCED I AND ADVANCED II
Stephen F. Austin State University School of Music is offering a 25% discount, a maximum savings of more than $100, to the winners of the ETPSFC to participate in the 2015 SFA Summer Piano Camp on Sunday, July 19–Friday, July 24, 2015. Complete information for the upcoming SFA Piano in the Pines Camp can be found at www.music.sfasu.edu/pianocamp.
The entry fee is $25 per student (non-refundable) with checks made payable to: Stephen F. Austin School of Music
Entries should be postmarked by Thursday, April 2, 2015.
(No entries will be accepted after this date!)
Download the printable registration form here:
Registration forms should be mailed to:
Dr. Geneva Fung, Director
East Texas Piano Solo Festival Competition
Box 13043, SFA Station, Nacogdoches, TX 75962-3043
Go to music.sfasu.edu/pianosolo to find additional information, including the piano solo competition entry submission forms, competition eligibility and repertoire requirements and the winner awards ceremony.
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