Piano Performance Festival is an adjudicated, non-competitive event for students

NCMTA Performance Festival – Piano

A Valuable Opportunity for Students

The purpose of the NCMTA Piano Performance Festival (PPF) is to provide students ages elementary through high school, and their teachers, a valuable performance opportunity. It is a means of receiving constructive feedback from competent judges, thereby stimulating and recognizing constant growth. The NCMTA Performance Festival is non-competitive, meaning, students are not judged against others, but instead are adjudicated on their own merits. 

Performance Festival Information

  • Our NCMTA Performance Festivals are held in the early part of each year in two phases – District and State.
  • Students eligible to participate in the State Festival are those who earned Highest Honors at District. 
  • REGISTRATION for this year’s performance festivals is now closed.
  • Students earning Highest Honors at both State and District levels are eligible to perform in the Honors Recitals at conference.

IMPORTANT: As you register, you will see date and location information on the registration form. When button is grey, registration is not active.

Honors Recital

Students earning Highest Honors at the State Level of the NCMTA Performance Festivals are invited to perform in the Honors Recital at the Annual Conference. Information regarding participation in the honors recitals is emailed to teachers of eligible students.

Piano Performance Festival Regs, Rep, and more

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Questions? Contact the Section Chair

Sheila Dacus. piano@ncmta.org