WASHINGTON MUSIC TEACHERS HARTMAN AWARDS CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY May 13, 2018
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 menue under the ACTIVITIES main heading 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to ensure you have original copies of music being performed Without a Photocopy release form (available only for unpublished music) photocopies are never allowed at events, and results in disqualification.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 Viola Hartman Performance Awards
Date: Sunday, May 13, 2018 Time: This is an all-day event. Participants will be notified of their recital time after the deadline. Location: Catholic University, Washington, DC Application fee: $ 25 per student Deadline: April 8, 2018 Awards: 1st, 2nd and 3rd places are awarded. Honorable Mentions are given at the discretion of the judges. Winners receive ribbons. All students receive critiques and certificates. ALL WMTA RULES APPLY. This competition is held in recital format.
Eligibility: First-place winners of the 2017 Hartman Awards are ineligible to participate in 2018: 7/8B Kalan Warusa; 9A Anna Bray; 9B Michelle Dong; 10A Jessica Wang; 13A Andrew Zhang. Students who enter the Hartman Competition may not enter the Lichtenberg Competition in the same year.
Repertoire Requirements: Students through age 9: Two pieces of contrasting style not to exceed 5 minutes. Students ages 10-11: Two pieces from two different periods not to exceed 6 minutes. Students ages 12-13: Two pieces from two different periods not to exceed 8 minutes. Students ages 14-18: Two pieces from two different periods not to exceed 10 minutes. A Prelude and Fugue OR a Prelude OR a Fugue are each considered one piece. A movement of a Suite and sectional pieces such as a Toccata or a Theme and Variations are considered one piece.
Special rules: - Simplified arrangements are not permitted, but concert transcriptions are acceptable. No method book pieces are allowed. - Each student is assigned to a recital group. Students are encouraged to arrive 20-30 minutes prior to the start of their recital group. Students who arrive late or do not stay for their entire session may play for comments only. - Students must provide the judges with scores of their pieces. All participants are responsible for complying with U.S. copyright law. For use of copied or downloaded materials, please refer to the WMTA General Rules. - Teachers of participating students must be available to help on the day of the competition
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