Activities/Competition Information is located in the 2017-2018 Activities Google File
Audition/Exam/Competition days and times will be found in the 2017-2018 Activities Google File
If you are allowed to request a participation time, this will be clearly stated on our website on the event's information page.
A studiowide email will alert you when times for specific events are posted. This information will be posted as soon as I receive it.
Specific activity information is located on our studio website on the scroll down menu under the ACTIVITIES main heading.
If you need an adjudication sheet one will be given to you at the lesson preceding the event. Otherwise, no sheet is required. If the student is to take a judging sheet that information will be included in the activitie's page on the studio website.
Make certain that you check ONE MONTH before any activity to ensure you have original copies of music being performed
Without a Photocopy release form (available only for unpublished music) photocopies are never allowed at events, and results in disqualification.
Late arrival results in disqualification
Failure to perform the repertoire listed on the program/judging sheet/judging application results in disqualification.
Leaving before the assigned performance group results in disqualification
Arguing/complaining to the event chairman results in disqualification
Disputing results or interchanges with event judges results in disqualification
As representatives of our studio, please be so kind to read the Performance Guidelines found in the online handbook.
The Asian American Music Society's International Competition is a unique competition for Elementary, Middle and High School Students and is open to everyone, not only Asians or Americans. There are three divisions based on grade. Participants are encouraged to perform works by Asian composers. First place winners will receive a small scholarship and participate in a concert at the Kennedy Center on their Millennium Stage. This concert will be held in November at 6 pm, 2015.
There are three competition divisions:
The Peewee Division is for elementary school students, grades one through five. The Peewee Division is for woodwinds, piano, and string instruments. Participants are required to offer two contrasting pieces from appropriate repertoire totaling no more than five minutes.
The Junior Division is for middle school students, grades six through eight. The Junior Division is for woodwinds, piano, and string instruments. Participants are required to offer two contrasting pieces from appropriate repertoire totaling no more than eight minutes.
The Senior Division is for high school students, grades nine through twelve. The Senior Division is for woodwinds, piano, string instruments, and voice. The Senior Division is the only division with a voice category. Participants are required to offer two contrasting pieces from appropriate repertoire totaling no more than ten minutes.
Date & Location
October 29, 2016
Bethesda Presbyterian Church
7611 Clarendon Road,
Bethesda, Md. 20814
The church is one block from the corner of Wilson Lane and Old Georgetown Road
October 15, 2017
Application is submitted by student
Winners are presented in Concert in November at the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage.