EPTA UK will be hosting a progressive national competition. Round one and two will take place May and August 2021, with the final round in November. All events will take place online by video submission.
Performers are invited to submit their performance videos, from just a few minutes up to 20 minutes in length. Classes are grouped by ability/ difficulty level. The performances will be adjudicated and graded, with video feedback provided. All performances will be broadcast. In addition, the adjudicator will invite selected performers to take place in a live broadcast masterclass.
Dates may be subject to change
Video entries can be submitted after the “Open for Entries” date listed above. A link will be provided closer to the time.
An electronic copy of the music, clearly marked with the title of the piece and the composer,
must also be uploaded.
Solo performances only please.
One competitive entry will be accepted per performer, per season.
All repertoire selection is ‘own choice’ and may be submitted once only.
Own compositions are welcome for which scores must be provided.
An adjudicator will be selected from EPTA UK’s Adjudicator’s Register.
Each performer will receive a graded certificate of participation and written feedback.
In addition, the adjudicator will record feedback about the performances which will be included in the broadcast.
Selected performers will be invited to take part in a live broadcast masterclass.
All performers graded as “outstanding” in Season 1 and Season 2 will be invited to participate in a final round in Season 3.
The entries for each class will be available to view via the EPTA UK YouTube channel for a limited period.
The Season 1 and 2 masterclasses will be broadcast as a live webinar which will be available for replay via the EPTA UK YouTube channel for a limited period.
Season 3 will conclude with a live online winner's showcase which will also be available for replay via the EPTA UK YouTube channel for a limited period.
Classes and Fees:
Classes are grouped by ability/ difficulty level.
Performers should aim to enter at the level at which they are currently playing, not a level which they have already achieved or surpassed.