2013 Alcorn State University Piano Competition
March 16th, 2013
Trinity Episcopal Church
305 South Commerce St.
Open to all pianists from across the United States who satisfy the following criteria:
- Level 1 (13 years old and younger)
- Level 2 (14-17 years old)
- Level 3 (college students)
- Level 4 (adults who are not professional musicians)
Previous first place winners in each age level are not allowed to compete in the same
level. (They may compete in a higher division if they are eligible.)
- Level 1 – Two contrasting works (5 -10 minutes total)
- Level 2 – Two contrasting works (10-15 minutes total)
- Level 3 – Three contrasting works (15-20 minutes total)
- Level 4 – One or two pieces (5-10 minutes total). Memorization not required.
- All repertoire must be performed by memory (except for music written after 1950).
Level 4 competitors are exempt from this regulation
- Single movements are accepted
- Each contestant must provide a copy of the performed music to the judges
- All music scores will be returned to the contestants after the completion of their performance
Deadline To Apply:
March 1, 2013. All registration forms must be postmarked by this date.
Please include the application fee ($25) with the registration form.
Checks payable to: ASU Foundation, Piano Competition.
Click Here for the Registration Form
March 16th – 10 am, competition begins
Awards ceremony follows the competitors' performances in each age division
All events held at the Trinity Episcopal Church in Natchez, MS
|Level 1:||1st Place:||$100|
|Level 2:||1st Place:||$200|
|Level 3:||1st Place:||$500|
|Level 4:||Winner will receive a trophy|
- Dr. Ellen Elder, University of Southern Mississippi
- Mr. Piotr Folkert, Atlanta, Georgia
To make a tax deductible contribution supporting the ASU Piano Competition, the young stars of tomorrow, and the future of music in our community, please write a check to ASU Foundation, Piano Competition, and mail to:
ASU Piano Competition
Attn: Dr. David Goldblatt
Fine Arts Department,
1000 ASU Drive, #29
Alcorn State, MS 39096
For questions regarding the ASU Piano Competition, please contact Dr. David Goldblatt, Chair of the ASU Piano Competition, via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org