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Judged Musicale Chair - Ida Ivanovic

Judged Musicale Application

PBCMTA Judged Musicale Rating Sheet

Judged Musicale Honorees

Congratulations to the 2021 Judged Musicale  honorees and their teachers.

Honorees - 11 and under

Claret Grace Medina from Nana Morimoto studio

Catherine Chen from Dr. Hristo Popov studio 

Lucas Huang from Dr. Marie Jureit Beamish studio

Julian Slive from Tiffany Goff studio

Honorees - 12 and over


Anric Ngan and Gary Zhen, violin duet- Dr. Hristo Popov Studio

Addison McGee, piano - Dr. Marie Juriet Beamish Studio

Ainhoa Bezerra-Gastesi, violin Dr. Hristo Popov Studio

Camila Bonilla, piano- Sally Privett Studio

Student Musicales

  1. There will be both and musicales. The first judged musicale of each year will be for students ages 11 and under, playing any level of repertoire. The second judged musicale will be for students age 12 and older, playing any level of repertoire. At judged musicales, students will wear recital attire (dresses or pantsuits, dress slacks and dress shirts, no sneakers).

  2. A teacher may present as many as entries for each judged musicale and entries for each unjudged musicale. Application and evaluation forms, plus a fee of $15 per entry for all musicales are to be sent to the Chairperson two weeks prior to the musicale. Applications, available above, may be mailed or emailed, but will not be accepted via telephone.

  3. A limit of 25 applications will be accepted for each unjudged musicale. Each judged musicale will be limited to the first 16 applications. Teachers with applications received after the quota has been filled will be notified immediately.

  4. If a student is unable to participate in the musicale, the fee may be credited to the next musicale.

  5. Soloists must play from memory. Ensembles may use music and at least one of the performers must be a student of a PBCMTA teacher. Teachers may perform with their students. One or two pieces may be performed, not to exceed 5 minutes.

  6. Pieces performed can be classical or jazz and must be composed specifically for the instruments used. Simplified arrangements of any type of music are not acceptable at judged musicales. Vocalists may submit songs from the popular repertoire or from musical theater.

  7. Students must provide one copy of the music for the judges, with measures numbered. Photocopies will not be accepted.

  8. The judges at each judged musicale will choose up to four outstanding students for the annual Honors Recital, which will include one or two students from each instrument represented (voice, piano, guitar, woodwind, strings, etc.)

  9. Decisions by judges, based on musicianship, will be final.