Dr. Maya Tuylieva, Chair email@example.com 620‐687‐3586 This event will not be held in 2023 due to a dissolved contract with the Heritage Philharmonic. Description: This partnership with the Heritage Philharmonic is an opportunity for students to perform a concerto movement with an orchestra. Format: Three adjudicators may select a winner for both piano and instrumental categories. The winners will perform the concerto movement with the Heritage Phil‐ harmonic, conducted by Jim Murray. Students should be prepared to perform their selected movement in its entirety at the competition. However, depending on the number of entrants, student auditions may be cut. In this case, all competitors will be given the same audition time allotment. The competition is open to the public. Repertoire: One movement (memorized), selected from the repertoire list provided by the orchestra, and approved by the conductor of the Heritage Philharmonic. Selec‐ tions must have an orchestral accompaniment available for purchase or rental in the United States. The repertoire list can be found at kcmta.org. Eligibility and Fees: High school pianists and instrumentalists age 14 to 18 as of January 3, 2022 are eligible to enter. The entrance fee is $35.00 per student. Students must be studying with a KCMTA member who is active and whose dues are paid *or* a student that resides in Jackson County, MO and has not previously won the Herit‐ age Philharmonic’s Young Artist Competition. For students of non‐members of other counties an additional $75.00 teacher fee is required. One check made to KCMTA may be sent by the teacher to cover the total fee. Enrollment fees should be mailed to: Heritage/KCMTA Concerto Competition, Attn: Dr. Maya Tuylieva9339 W. 87th Street, Overland Park, KS 66212. Enrollment Form: Entry forms will be online only at kansascitymusicteachers.org Rules: First place winners may not compete again on the same instrument, although alternates from previous years may re‐enter. Students must bring their own pianist for accompaniment at the competition. The student needs to furnish music with numbered measures for the judges. No photocopies are allowed. All winners must attend the concert to receive awards. First place winners are re‐ quired to attend all rehearsals. Rehearsals are on Thursday evenings. Dress rehearsal is the morning of the concert. If the rst place winners cannot accommodate the re‐ hearsal schedule and performance date, they will forfeit the opportunity to perform with the orchestra. All teachers who enroll students may be assigned to help with the event.