17.02.2016

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The Open Class is designed to allow outstanding emerging artists to compete outside of an age restricted class. The contestant must choose one solo work (not concerti) under 10 minutes from the list of composers below, but not a test piece from another category.
Contestants in the Open Category may also enter another age-specific class with payment of the application fee for each class entered. One movement of a sonata, or a suite may be performed in this category as long as it falls within the time limit. The Princeton Festival Piano Competition is open to pianists of any nationality or state of residence. Contestants who are students or relatives of the adjudicators may not enter the competition.
The 2016 Princeton Festival Piano Competition preliminaries will be held on Saturday, June 4 and Sunday, June 5, 2016, with the finals at 3:00 pm on Sunday, June 12, 2016. The competition will take place at the Clark Music Center at the Lawrenceville School on Route 206 in Lawrenceville, NJ. By applying to the competition, performers, teachers and parents understand that the student must be available to perform at his or her scheduled time on Saturday, June 4 and Sunday, June 5, 2016 for the preliminary round, and finalists must be available at 2:00 pm on Sunday, June 12, 2016. Contestants in the Open Class may submit an application on or before the May 2, 2016 deadline without specifying a piece. Contestants of all age categories other than the Open Class need not specify which piece they will play until the day of the competition preliminaries. The test piece must be performed from memory and in its entirety, with the exception of the Four-Hands category where using music is permitted.
The adjudicators will only know the contestants by a randomly selected number until the results of the finals are announced.
Contestants, teachers, parents and relatives are not permitted to have any contact with the adjudicators by any means until after the end of the finals.


Contestants, teachers, parents and relatives may not reveal the name of a contestant’s teacher to the Adjudication Panel until after winners are announced at the finals on Sunday, June 12, 2016. In the event that there are too few applicants in a particular age group, the adjudicators may advance those applicants directly to the finals. The adjudicators reserve the right to declare no winner in any category, as they deem appropriate. The adjudicators may provide a few general oral comments after the preliminary round of each age category, before the finalists for that category are announced. Written comments from the adjudicators will be mailed to all contestants following the preliminary round of the competition. Practice on the piano used for the competition is not possible, as it is impractical to provide equal practice time to all contestants on the instrument. The competition reserves the right, without payment of fees, to record and distribute recordings for media and other purposes, including via the Internet, and to televise, broadcast, film, record, videotape, photograph or live stream all stages of the competition.
Housing is not provided, however the Festival staff can assist with finding housing for out of town competitors. By applying to the competition, performers agree to abide by all the rules and regulations of The Princeton Festival Piano Competition.
The deadline for online applications, including electronic submission of supporting materials, is 11:59 pm on Monday, May 2, 2016. You will need the following information at hand in order to submit the Application: Acknowledgment of receipt of the Application Form will be sent to the parent by e-mail.
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2016 Season BrochureEleven events, twenty-two performances, nine free lectures plus previews and specials events – view our 2016 brochure being mailed on March 28th. The level of performance expected in the Open Category is at or above the ABRSM Diploma level. Bach, Arnold Bax, Beethoven, Chopin, Prokofiev, Ravel, Rachmaninoff, Scriabin, or any living (contemporary) composer.
The preliminary round may take all day; therefore applicants must keep the entire day on both dates open until you receive your scheduled time.
Scheduling of specific time slots will take place after the deadline for applications, May 2, 2016. However, the contestant must specify the piece they will be playing no later than on Saturday, May 14, 2016 (three weeks prior to the preliminaries). The identity of the adjudicators will not be revealed to the applicants prior to the competition.
However, on the day of the finals, if requested, finalists will be scheduled for a strictly enforced period of 5 minutes to get a feel for the instrument prior to the start of the final round of the competition.
Applicants will be disqualified at any phase of the competition when non-compliance with any part of the rules and regulations occurs or is discovered. The contestant must provide two (2) copies of the piece they have selected for the adjudicators on the day of the competition. Competitors are required to arrive and register 20 minutes before their scheduled start time.



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