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FESTIVALS

International Music Festival Registration

Please make sure to choose the appropriate form. GENERAL means general Festival participation (with no judges comments or consideration for our Prizes) while COMPETITIVE means you would like to be considered for our Prizes and will receive comments from our judges.

Click on the "Pay" button below to begin your application (the payment process is included in the form).

At Musicale, we gather together to celebrate the music of great composers as a part of our Music Festivals. Each festival and competition will focus on one or two composers or styles to discover and explore rich piano repertoire for all ages and levels.

Read below for more information and to learn how you can participate!

CONCERTS JUNE 4th and JUNE 5th,2022

PRIZE WINNER'S CONCERT JUNE 12th, 2022

All repertoire from Baroque, Classical, Romantic, 20th century, and contemporary period is welcome. 

Sheet Music for Piano

Spring 2022

Spring International
Music Festival

SIGN UP DEADLINE

MAY 29th 2022 11:59pm ET

Special Judges Awards: Performances of French Piano Music and Composers will be considered for the special judges awards. These Special Awards will be given to the top 5 French music performances.

 Spring Festival Judge

Roberto Poli

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Born in Venice, Italy, Roberto Poli is an eloquent communicator and a rising exponent of the music of Fryderyk Chopin, which he has comprehensively studied through manuscripts and original editions and widely performed throughout the world. Roberto Poli is the Artistic Director of The Chopin Symposium, an event that gathers world-renowned performers, pedagogues and lecturers in Boston. Roberto Poli has been teaching at New England Conservatory’s Preparatory School since 2003. He also enjoys a busy schedule of master classes, and has been a guest lecturer and keynote speaker at institutions such as Cornell University, University of Virginia, Dartmouth College, New England Conservatory of Music, Northwestern University, and University of Pennsylvania. In addition to his private teaching, Mr. Poli leads four successful private classes on interpretation and performance for advanced adult pianists. In the fall of 2017, he joined the faculty of The Boston Conservatory as an Adjunct Professor of Keyboard Studies, teaching four piano-literature courses.

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FESTIVAL STRUCTURE

All student video performances will be streamed in a group concert on a specific day/time. The streamed videos will be available for students and their families, teachers, and the general public. All students will receive a Certificate of Participation and Excellence.  

STUDENTS HAVE THE CHOICE TO OPT-IN FOR THE COMPETITIVE PORTION OF THE FESTIVAL.

If students choose to enter the competitive portion of the festival, they will be put up for consideration for our Prizes (more info below; please read submission requirements carefully). If a student does not opt-in for the competitive portion, their video will still be showcased and will still receive a Certificate of Participation and Excellence. They will not receive comments or be considered for our Prizes. 

FEES

$45 for General Participant

$55 for Competition Participant

AGE CATEGORIES

Student submissions will be split into the following age categories : 

5-8 YEARS OLD

9-11 YEARS OLD

12-14 YEARS OLD

15-18 YEARS OLD

(Pre-College)

PRIZES

Prizes will be awarded for each age group. Awards are judged based on extent of comprehensive musical understanding. Prize recipients will be highlighted in a prize recipient concert as well as on our website and social media platforms.