Sonatina and Sonata Repertoire list (revised 6/12/2017)
DATE & LOCATION
|Competition Date & Location:||TBD|
|Winners’ recital Date & Location:||TBD|
Non NDMTA members:
|Chairpersons:||Viola Tan (email@example.com)
Miao-fen Lin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Student: School grades K-12
APPLICATION & PAYMENT
- There will be two categories, single movement and complete work of sonata. A student can enter each category only one time. If entering both categories, they have to be from different works and no more than one level apart.
- If the work is not on the recommended list, teachers are required to submit by email with all pages scanned and attached to committee chair for classification. The deadline to submit is three months before the competition. No late submission will be accepted.
- No baroque works allowed.
CATEGORIES AND REPERTOIRE
-Each of the following will be sub-categorized into Single Movement and Complete Work
-Pieces that have one movement only will be categorized under One Movement
- Lower Elementary
- Upper Elementary
- Lower Intermediate
- Mid Intermediate
- Upper Intermediate
- Early Advanced Age 13 & younger
- Early Advanced Age 14 & above
- Late Advanced
- Please use the “suggested” repertoire list as a reference to determine that category for the student. The only category that has age restriction is the Early advanced category:
Advanced age 13 and younger on September 1 of competition year
The “suggested” repertoire list was compiled using the repertoire that was entered in the past competitions. We are not limited to only these selections. If the repertoire is not on the list, please email the most difficult page to the chairperson so that the committee can assign it to the appropriate level.
- In the lower elementary, upper elementary, and lower intermediate category, there are pieces that do no have Op numbers or any catalog number e.g. sonatinas in C major by Latour, by Haslinger, by Lichner, and others. Please send a photocopy of at least one page of the repertoires with the application form so the competition committee can classify them correctly.
RATING AND REWARDS
- Each participant will receive a certificate with rating and a judge comment sheet. There are three levels of rating: Outstanding Performer, Award of Excellence, and Honorable Mention. Results will be announced at the end of the competition of each category. All the certificates and judges comment sheets will be sent to the teachers after the competition.
- Winners from each category will receive winners’ certificates and monetary prizes. Numbers of winners and the amount of monetary prizes will be determined.
- Winners will perform and receive prizes at the winners’ recital
- Teachers are responsible to submit the application forms, judge comment sheets, and payment for their students on or before the application deadline (see APPLICATION & PAYMENT section above). All documents must be clearly printed or typed.
- All teachers entering students in the competition are required to work on the day of the competition. The scheduling of the teacher’s work time and duties will be done shortly after the competition chairperson receives the applications. Teachers will be provided in advance the information about their assignments
*MOST TEACHERS USUALLY TEACH ON SATURDAYS so be prepared to reschedule your regular teaching in order to work at the competition.
STUDENT & PARENT RESPONSIBILITIES
- Students must play by memory.
- Students must have original scores, with measures numbered, and brought to the audition.
- Students must be dressed in formal or semi-formal attire. Students wearing inappropriate attire such as jeans, sneaker, and flip-flops will be disqualified.
- Students are required to check in at least 20 minutes before assigned performance time.
- Parents, please check the venue and the commute in advance of the competition.
- Parents and students must maintain a quiet environment while waiting.
- Parents will be asked to wait by the registration desk until the student is finished.