Greater Louisville Music Teacher Association

Performance Opportunities

OCTOBER

KMTA Competitions
Deadline: specified on website and in KMTA Journal Kentucky Music Teacher
Event: several competitions held in conjunction with annual KMTA State Conference; mid-late October at various state colleges/universities within Kentucky
Fee: varies with event
Details: students of varying ages and abilities perform and compete at the convention site; more details in journal and online



Louisville Orchestra Young Artist Competition
Contact:  Application and additional information can be found at the following website:www.louisvilleorchestra.org/education-community/young-artist-competition



NOVEMBER
 
GLMTA Student Workshop
sponsored by the Greater Louisville Music Teachers Association
Find complete details on menu above right.
 
Classical 90.5/PNC Wealth Management Young Artist Competition
 




DECEMBER and MAY

The Royal Conservatory Music Development Program 
Theory Exams:  Early December, Late May to Early June
Practical Exams:  Late May or Early June (Exact dates are chosen by availability of examiners.)
Details: The Music Development Program provides a recognized national standard that supports success in music study through an effectively sequenced course of study from beginner to advanced levels. It inspires excellence with individual student assessments in all instruments and voice and also in the academic areas of theory, music history and pedagogy.
 




MARCH

KMTA Regional Festival
sponsored by the Kentucky Music Teachers Association
Contact: Dr Denine LeBlanc, Regional Festival Manager
Deadline: one month before annual event
Event: held annually at U L School of Music
Date: Typically, a Saturday in mid-March. (Find complete details from menu above right.)
GLMTA Scholarship Audition Recital
sponsored by the Greater Louisville Music Teachers Association

 

Annual Nathaniel Patch Piano Competition
 
SUMMER
 
Governor’s School for the Arts
Fee: No fee required except for a small security deposit for accepted students
Details: Rising Junior and Senior High School students from Kentucky spend 3 weeks living on a college campus studying their musical instrument along with related musical classes and other related activities.