Harp Competition April 28, 2019 — West Los Angeles
Our Purpose: to stimulate and encourage young people at all levels of development to study harp by providing opportunities for performance, evaluation, and recognition.
Repertoire and Age Categories
INTRO DIVISION, maximum age 11 by June 1, 2019. Fee $40. Entrants should be prepared to play five minutes of music. This can come from 2 or 3 contrasting works of harpist's choice. This level is designed to give participants a first experience competing. This level is not eligible to go to the state competition.


NOVICE DIVISION, maximum age 12 by June 1, 2019. Fee $50
Repertoire: CPE Bach Solfeggietto (any edition)
Grandjany Automne


JUNIOR DIVISION, maximum age 18 by June 1, 2019. Fee $50
Either Handel/Zingel Tema con Variazioni
Or Bach Largo from Violin Sonata No. 5 (unaccompanied, any edition)
AND
Either Tournier Au Matin
Or Watkins Petit Suite


SENIOR DIVISION, maximum age 25 by June 1, 2019. Fee $50
Repertoire: Both required
Spohr Variations sur L'air "Je suis encore dans mon Printemps"
Rota Sarabande e Toccata

March 28 Deadline to enter
Application is completed here online and your entry fee may be paid online by requesting to have an invoice sent to you (must be paid by March 28)

OR

send a check payable to “ASTA-LA Section” and postmarked prior to March 28 to
ASTA Competition c/o K.Pech
PO Box 1242
Artesia, CA 90703 (Please write applicant's name on check)

Prizes
TBA

First Place winners in 2019 are eligible to compete in the CalASTA State Solo Competition, in 2020 (held biannually in even number years).

Eligibility
All entrants must be students of ASTA member teachers.
Code of Conduct
1. All participants agree to abide by the Harp Competition rules as stated in the GUIDELINES.

2. All participants agree to act with integrity, professionalism and respect at all times. (See below for definitions and expectations.)

3. All participants agree to place both the integrity of the competition and the interests of all participating students above their own personal interests. This is first and foremost to be an educative experience for the students of our members.

4. For suggestions or concerns, participants agree to follow the procedures set by the Board:
a. Communication shall be succinct and clearly stated.
b. Send via email to the Competition Chair as well as to the President of the Section.

5. If, after review by the CalASTA-LA Board, a person is determined to have violated any part of this Code of Conduct, CalASTA-Los Angeles reserves the right to refuse future participation in the CalASTA-Los Angeles Harp Competition to that person.

DEFINITIONS AND EXPECTATIONS
CalASTA-Los Angeles defines integrity as honesty and fairness. No competitor, teacher, parent, or chair will attempt to influence the opinions of the judges, [and no one other than judges shall participate in the deliberations of the judges.]

CalASTA-Los Angeles defines professionalism as restraint and self-control in personal behavior, as well as commitment to the ASTA organization. In the Solo Recital/Competition environment, every effort should be made to keep anxiety to a minimum. A professional maintains a calm demeanor, regardless of circumstances. A professional believes in the mission of the ASTA organization and works toward that same goal: the advancement and promotion of string playing and teaching.

CalASTA-Los Angeles defines respect as acting and speaking in ways that encourage and support performers to do their best, and acknowledging the efforts and commitment of organizers, other teachers, and the parents and family of the competitors. We remind all participants that this competition is run by volunteers.

Among other actions, raised voices, name-calling and rants are unprofessional and disrespectful, and therefore unacceptable. These types of actions may be cause for immediate removal from the Solo Recital/Competition site, as determined by the CalASTA-LA coordinators on site.

Do you agree to abide by this Code of Conduct as stated above? Your consent is on behalf of the teacher and parents of the performer *
Student Performer *
such as (first) Mark (last) Grandjany
Your answer
Parent Name *
(required if applicant is younger than 18 years of age & helps us match your check to performer)
Your answer
Street Address *
Your answer
City *
Your answer
Zip code *
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Home phone: xxx-xxx-xxxx *
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Cell phone: xxx-xxx-xxxx *
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Email that you check daily *
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Performer's Birthday (mo/day/year) *
Your answer
Age on June 1, 2019 *
Your answer
Age Division based on June 1, 2019 *
Eligibility
All entrants must be students of ASTA member teachers.
Private Teacher *
Your answer
Private Teacher ASTA Membership Number *
Your answer
Private Teacher ASTA Membership Expiration Date (month/year) *
Your answer
Private Teacher Phone number xxx-xxx-xxxx *
Your answer
Private Teacher Cell Phone number xxx-xxx-xxxx *
Your answer
Private Teacher Email *
This is where the invoice would be sent if you request to pay online with a credit card.
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Private Teacher Address *
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Private Teacher City & Zip Code *
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List repertoire you will perform *
[composer] [title of piece]—include both pieces.
Your answer
Entry fee must be paid one month in advance *
To Complete Your Application
1. Send your check payable to "ASTA-LA Section" postmarked by March 21 to
ASTA Competition c/o Kay Pech
PO Box 1242
Artesia, CA 90702
Write on the check "application fee for _____ _____" (student's name) to help us connect your payment to the correct student.
OR
request an invoice emailed to you. Must be paid by March 21.

2. Make a note of the email contact for Harp Competition Chair, Marcia Dickstein: fatrockink@aol.com. If you do not hear from the chair within a week after you send your check (or pay online), send an email message to the chair.

3. Click on the SUBMIT button.

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