Set Piece Class (Competitive): This class is aimed at pianists of all ages that are playing at a standard equivalent to Grades 2 to 3. All pianists receive a certificate and feedback from the adjudicator. The winner of the class receives a trophy and medal. Medals will be awarded to runners up depending on the number of entries received.
Set Piece: Momentum from 'Hey Presto' by Marcel Zidani.
Marcel Zidani’s thoughts on the piece: The piece has a strong sense of energy and drive from the outset. Keeping the left hand very staccato all the way through and the tempo as steady as possible will help you to achieve that driving force. This may mean giving some individual attention to one or two of the awkward corners so there is no interruption to the flow.
It’s easy to forget about dynamics here too by playing all at the same level or even the opposite, becoming too loud too soon. Remember to have a gradual increase in tone.
Hear Marcel perform the piece and give his performance tips. We are delighted that Marcel will present the awards on the day of the event. [View Video]
Timetable: The schedule for the day will be released on May 19th 2018. Beginner & Early Learner classes will be scheduled towards the start of the day. You do not need to stay for the full day.
Conditions of Entry: All entrants will need to agree to the following terms at the time of entry: By submitting this entry form I confirm that on behalf of the competitor(s) I have read and accept the Dulwich Music Festival Regulations. I can also confirm that for all competitor(s) under 18 (or vulnerable adults of any age) I give (or have obtained) the necessary consents for the competitor(s) to take part in the Festival. I understand that all tickets booked are non-refundable.
Audience Ticket: This is a Day Pass and admits you to the whole event. You may stay for as many classes as you like but if you wish to only stay for one performance, that is fine. You do not need to purchase multiple audience tickets if you are participating in more than one class.
We have a Facebook discussion group you can join to find out more about the event plus ask questions to the organisers and previous participants.