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Winter Piano Festival and Piano Competition 2017
Festival and Competition Schedule
Thursday, January 19th
Alexander Djordjevic-Solo Piano Recital
Friday, January 20th
Masterclass led by Alexander Djordjevic
Jay Hershberger and David Hamilton
Saturday, January 21st
Winter Festival Piano Competition
Adjudicators: Robert Groves, Jay Hershberger, John N. Roberts
Satuday January 21st
Grigor Khachatryan-Chamber Music Recital
"Brahms Piano Quintet in F Minor Op 34
"Mozart Keyboard Concerto in E-Flat"
Saturday January 21
Announcement of Competition Winners
Piano Competition Prizes
Awards are given in conjunction with Schmitt Music
The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place Prize Recipients will additionally be awarded the Following:
Hvidsten Award of $1000 renewable annual scholarship toward a degree in music at Concordia College. This scholarship will be embedded in larger music scholarships if received in the future.
A special invitation to the annual Concordia college Music Performance Scholarship event, where among many other music scholarships an outstanding student will be granted the newly established Christianson Music Scholarship of $100,00 over four years.
Two free piano lessons at Concordia College by artist piano faculty members, to help students prepare for their auditions and future musical development.
Competition rules and Repertoire Requirements
All competitors will play a 15 minute program of their choice.
All compositions must be performed from memory. The competition will take place in Christiansen Recital Hall and will be open to public.
Piano Competition Sign Up Instructions
Please email the following information along with any questions to Dr. Khachatryan by December 10, 2016 at [email protected]
2. Date of Birth
3. One colored photograph
4. Mailing Address
5. Email Address
6. Telephone Number
7. Competition Repertoire
8. Brief Biography describing your musical ambitions, the number of years you studied piano, your past musical experiences and the most memorable and beloved musical compositions you have performed.
Concordia College Winter Piano Festival and Piano Competition will take place from Thursday, January 19th through Saturday, January 21, 2017.
The festival will showcase Concordia's music faculty: pianist Jay Hershberger, pianist Grigor Khachatryan, violinist Sonja Harasim, cellist Greg Hamilton, tenor David Hamilton, and guest artists pianist Alexander Djordjevic, violinist Dina Neglia-Khachatryan and violist Tim Nelson.
The festival will also feature select student body members of The Concordia Orchestra during the final day of the festival in the performance of Mozart's E-flat Keyboard Concerto under the guidance of maestro Stephen Sulich.
The festival will present the piano in many roles: solo piano performance, chamber music, accompanimental, and concerto.
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