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Posted by on Sep 22, 2013

A master class is a performance class where each participating student is invited to perform various solos, etudes, scales or exercises in a class-room setting consisting of...

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International Young Artist Competition

Dear Artists,

This is an announcement of the upcoming International Young Artist Competition sponsored by the International Music Conservatory, Dallas Chamber Orchestra and First Presbyterian Church of Dallas. The top prize is a solo performance with the Dallas Chamber Orchestra and includes a modest cash award.

The competition is open to any student age 4-18 as of December 1, 2013, without geographic limitations.

click to link below for application and brochure

 

Competition schedule:

Entry deadline: registration deadline has been extended to January 20th, 2014

Divisions:

Stars of Tomorrow: Ages 4-7

Junior: Ages 8-11

Intermediate: Ages 12-14

Young Artist: Ages 15-18

 

Instrumental categories and competition dates:

Piano: piano audition round has been moved to February 2nd, 2014

Strings: February 1, 2014

Woodwinds (Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon) January 25, 2014

Classical Guitar; January 25, 2014

 

All divisions 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners concert: February 8, 2014

Grand Prize Winner solo performance with Dallas Chamber Orchestra: February 9, 2014.

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Master Classes

Master Classes

Sep 22, 2013

A master class is a performance class where each participating student is invited to perform various solos, etudes, scales or exercises in a class-room setting consisting of musical piers and other interested parties. Each IMC master class is taught by a noted university professor of national or international prestige.

 

All students are invited to observe frequent master classes presented by the leading university professors in our area. In this manner they will be able to follow closely the development of fellow students as well as to observe numerous approaches to technical and musical challenges. In essence each and every student will be exposed to the same level of instruction that they might receive during future enrollment at an International college/conservatory level.