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TMC Spring Music Festival Solo Division Application 2019
Hello Music Parents!
This is a wonderful opportunity for your student to experience an informal public performance (either solo or small group) and meet other young musicians! Students will receive feedback from professional musicians and professors in UC Berkeley's music department and prizes will be awarded to outstanding performers. The event is open to all elementary, middle, and high school students. String, woodwind, brass, piano, and vocal students are all eligible to participate. For more information, please visit our website
Please use this form to sign up a student to play a SOLO at the event. If you wish to sign up for the ensemble division, please use the ensemble application (
Date of event:
Sunday, April 14th, 2-4pm at Morrison 125 and 128 on the UC Berkeley campus
Please arrive 10 minutes before the start of the festival for check-in!
Applications are due by Friday, April 12
Please remember to bring a copy of your music for the adjudicator on the day of the event. For more information, please visit our website
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Student's First Name
Student's Last Name
This will be the main form of communication in sharing important event details. Please make sure that there are no typographical errors.
Parent/Guardian's Phone Number
Please try to limit your selection to classical repertoire to be at most 5 minutes long. It is okay if the piece is over 5 minutes; however, the adjudicator may ask the student to stop in order to ensure time for other performers. If you are unsure if your student's piece is appropriate, feel free to email
Name of Piece Performing
Please include movement number and opus number if applicable.
Duration of the Piece
Round up to nearest minute.
10 or 10+
Two More Questions!
How did you hear about this event?
Additional Information (Optional)
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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