May 2–3, 2016—Choirs
UVU Ragan Theater
Cherilyn Worthen, Choral Coordinator
May 4, 2016—Orchestras
UVU Ragan Theater
Cheung Chau, Orchestra Coordinator
Saturday, March 26, 2016
Registration Deadline: March 16, 2016
The UVU piano competition is open to all students 7-19 years old. The event offers pianists a supportive performing environment and the opportunity to win UVU scholarships and cash awards.
All divisions have free repertoire choice, including solo pieces and concertos (without a second piano accompaniment). Students can perform as many pieces as they would like within the time frame. Previous first-prize winners may not enter until they age into an older division.
Division ages: Elementary (7-11), Junior (12-15), Senior (16-19)
Students may register for the Competition or Evaluation. All participants will receive extensive written feedback from the judges, but only Competition participants are eligible for a prize.
Free repertoire choice, maximum of 7 minutes.
1st prize: $50
2nd prize: $35
Free repertoire choice, maximum of 12 minutes.
1st prize: $100
2nd prize: $60
Free repertoire choice, maximum of 15 minutes.
1st prize: $200 and full scholarship to UVU for the 2016-2017 academic year
2nd prize: $100 and half scholarship to UVU for the 2016-2017 academic year
The winners will be announced at the end of each respective division. All participants will receive an email with their specific time by March 20. The exact time for each division is dependent on the number of participants, and will not be known until March 20.
Thank you for supporting arts in the community!
For more information, please contact Dr. Hilary Demske at Hilary.Demske@uvu.edu
June 6 – 8, 2016
The UVU Piano Festival is a unique summer festival for both pre-college students and advanced teachers. All participants receive over 20 hours of academic classes, guest artist master-classes, and private lessons from UVU faculty. Specialized topics range from music theory, promoting your studio, building technique, and jazz piano.
For more information, visit uvupianofestival.com
Coordinator: Hilary Demske
The Susan Goodfellow Flute Sonata Competition, sponsored by the UVU Music Department, began in 2012 and is held every April on the UVU campus. Named for Susan Goodfellow, a Juilliard-trained, prominent and highly renowned flute pedagogue and performer, the competition is open to all UVU students and Utah high school students. Cash prizes are awarded to a winner and alternate in each division. The 2014 winners were Katherine McCall from UVU and Melissa Yauney from Alta High School.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
5 pm – 9 pm
GT507 and GT508
Jeffrey O'Flynn, Coordinator
The Timpanogos Flute Festival offers students of all ages an opportunity to perform for critique. Students are judged by a panel of local teachers. They earn points based on their scores, and over several years, they are rewarded with Gold and Silver Cups. The Timpanogos Flute Festival draws participants from Utah County and south Salt Lake County, and registrations usually number between 50 and 60 participants.
Third Annual Timpanogos Flute Festival
Saturday, May 2, 2015
9am – 2pm
Gunther Technology Building