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What is it?

The Honors Evaluations provide a multi-incentive opportunity for students to perform their repertoire in a more competitive setting than a recital, in which they will be assessed according to their ability.

Two judges will give written feedback and award each student a bronze, silver, or gold medal. Those who receive gold medals will be invited to perform in the Honors Recital on May 24th, 2023, at 7:00 pm.

Who can participate?

Evaluations are open to any student who has had at least two years of private study and can present their repertoire from beginning to end. Participation must have the consent of the private teacher.

Piano Department Honors Evaluations, March 11th, 1:00pm in the Sanctuary

Strings Department Honors Evaluations, March 25th, 9:00am in the Sanctuary

Requirements:

  • Private teachers will sign up their students

  • Students should prepare 1-2 pieces of any genre, and performances should be no longer than 10 minutes. The Evaluations are closed as in an audition

  • Students must be available to perform in the Honors Recital on May 24th in case they receive a gold medal

  • Students pay a $35 fee to secure their commitment

  • Age Group(s): 5-8, 9-12, 13-18
  • Instrument: keyboard, strings
  • Semester: Winter/Spring semester
  • Day/Time: Piano Department Honors Evaluations, March 11th, 1:00pm; Strings Department Honors Evaluations, March 25th, 9:00am
  • Cost: $35
Piano Department Honors Evaluations, March 11th, 1:00pm in the Sanctuary
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Strings Department Honors Evaluations, March 25th, 9:00am in the Sanctuary
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