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Yale Gordon Competition for Piano
Eligible disciplines: Piano
December 7-8, 2019 (Application Deadline: Friday, November 22, 2019 by 11:59 pm)
Preliminary Round: A full recital of solo works (at least 50 minutes of music)
**Final Round concerto may not be featured on the Preliminary Round program.**
Final Round: A concerto from the standard repertoire for solo instrument.
Vocal Studies Song Competition
Eligible years of study: Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, MM, GPD, AD, and DMA
January 24, 2020 (Application Deadline: Monday December 9, 2019 by 11:59 pm)
The applicable language requirements for juries among the various class levels will apply to this competition. Jury requirements for voice can be found in the Peabody Academic Catalogue (Pg. 17). Only non-orchestral/non-operatic/non-chamber song repertoire will be permitted. Each singer should present a list of classical songs—4 songs for undergraduate level and 6 songs for graduate level. These songs should represent a variety of languages applicable to their class level requirement. The graduate competitors must include at least one song composed after 1950. All songs are required to be memorized.
The Marbury Competition for Undergraduate Violinists
February 9, 2020 (Application Deadline: Monday, January 27 by 11:59 pm)
Preliminary Round: Any work or works fifteen (15) minutes in length, designed to demonstrate the student’s technical command and artistry.
The preliminary round performance should not exceed 15 minutes.
Final Round: a concert-length program of recital literature (at least 50 minutes of music) Concerti are not to be played in the final round.
Sylvia Green Voice Competition
February 27-28, 2020 (Application Deadline: Friday, February 14, 2020 by 11:59 pm)
Purpose: A biennial competition intended to present singers in vocal repertoire accompanied by either full or chamber orchestra. Excerpts from opera or oratorio are not acceptable.
Eligibility: Any Conservatory voice major enrolled in a degree or certificate program with junior status or higher during the 2019-2020 academic year. Eligibility includes graduate students, except for degree-in-progress students not enrolled for lessons. Students excused from large ensembles for injury during the spring semester are not eligible to enter. Previous first prize winners of this competition are ineligible.
Repertoire: Vocal repertoire with orchestra (full or chamber) accompaniment, lasting ideally between 10 and 20 minutes, although shorter, and certainly longer pieces could be found acceptable by the voice faculty.
Information on Preliminary and Final round logistics can be found in the Peabody Competitions Overview Packet.
Macht Competition for Composition 2020
Information coming soon!