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PROVINCIAL AND NATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVALS

Competitors at the local Festival may be recommended by the adjudicators to proceed to the Provincial Finals in the following Classes:

CLASS 1
CLASS 2
CLASS 3
CLASS 4
CLASS 5
CLASS 6
CLASS 7
VOCAL SOLO - ANY VOICE
PIANO SOLO
STRING SOLO
CLASSICAL GUITAR
WOODWIND SOLO
BRASS SOLO
CHAMBER GROUP

Also choral groups may be recommended to submit tapes to be judged by adjudicators at the Provincial Finals in the following choral classes:

CLASS 8
CLASS 9
CLASS 10
CLASS 11
CLASS 12
CITY OF LINCOLN
GEORGE S. MATHIESON
RICHARD W. COOKE
DR. & MRS. J.F.K. ENGLISH
MARGARET WHARTON MEMORIAL

Contestants in music festivals across Canada are invited to participate in the annual National Music Festival. In order to be eligible to compete in the National Music Festival, a performer must compete in and receive a recommendation from the appropriate Provincial-National Class at the Local Festival.

Competitors should pay particular attention to the following requirements:

  To be recommended for Provincial and National Finals a competitor must perform the required selections from memory in the local festival.

All music performed at the Provincial Finals must be from memory. This includes "own choice" selections as well as the qualifying selections performed at the local festival level.

Competitors recommended by the adjudicators to proceed to the Provincial Finals will be advised at the close of the local festival. This also includes recommendations for the National Choral Competitions.

The National Music Festival Official Regulations and Syllabus may be obtained from the local Festival Office at a later date. However, important regulations concerning Local, Provincial and National competitions are included herewith. Information concerning the Provincial/National Finals is obtainable from:

  Newfoundland Federation of Music Festivals
Millicent Quinton
Secretary/Treasurer
P.O. Box 134
Shoal Harbour, NL
A0C 2L0
(709) 466-7391

IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF EACH CONTESTANT TO READ AND COMPLY WITH THE RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE PROVINCIAL AND NATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL.

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OVERVIEW

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GENERAL
Management
Definitions
Eligibility
Test Pieces
Entries and Entry Fees
Programme Procedure
Admission of
Competitors & Public
Awards
Final Concert
Complaints & Protests
Scholarships and
Cash Awards

ROSE BOWL COMPETITIONS
Senior
Junior
Junior Vocal
Group Competitions
(Choral & Instrumental)

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PROVINCIAL AND
NATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVALS

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Overview

Regulations:
- Local Competitions
- Provincial Level
- National Music
Festival

Performance Regulations
Overview
Class 1 - Vocal Solo
Class 2 - Piano Solo
Class 3 - String Solo
Class 4 - Classical
Guitar
Class 5 - Woodwind
Solo
Class 6 - Brass Solo
Class 7 - Chamber
Group

Choral Regulations
- Overview
- 3 Competition Levels
- Choral Classes

ELIGIBILITY