Online Piano Festival ~ Friday 3rd July

Please read this page carefully as we are receiving a high volume of emails asking us questions that have been fully answered in the informational videos and text below. We will answer all queries about the event in an update to this page on Wednesday 1st July at midday so check back at this time if you have a query that you have emailed but not received an answer.

We do not refund or reschedule any tickets if you are unable to attend the event as we have already donated all profits to our chosen charity (see donation on our Justgiving page).

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This event has been so popular that we will run it again in August. Entries Now Open.

We have raised £175 for Westminster House Youth Club (WHYC) so thank you for entering this event and raising vital funds for the club that works with the vulnerable youth of Peckham.

Adjudicated by Lorraine Liyanage & Mirnalfonsina Grisolia (SE22 Piano School)


What to do next: Please email a photograph or scan of your piece to londonpianoevents@gmail.com by 28 June.

Rename your Zoom username:

On arrival into the Zoom room, please change your username to the following format so we can easily identify all participants.

GRADE 1 – ARTHUR MAY (Your Grade followed by Your Name)

If you are a teacher logging on, rename yourself to TEACHER followed by your name.

There wil be a lot of participants on screen so it will be easier for us to find everyone quickly if you rename yourselves. Here is the link to how to rename yourself in Zoom: https://teaching.nmc.edu/knowledgebase/changing-your-name-in-a-zoom-meeting

Log on to Zoom on Friday 3rd July at 4pm. Anyone logging on earlier will be held in the Waiting Room so there is no need to log on earlier. Please do not share this Zoom link online or use it at any other time other than the competition time:

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/6085067439?pwd=MU5zMmdFZTc0T2dvNFpuZTJwRlcwZz09

Meeting ID: 608 506 7439 
Password: se22piano

Nb. we cannot assist with technical help for Zoom installation so please ensure you have it up and running on your device before entering. You can install it and do a test call with a friend/teacher/colleague. Do not leave it until the day of the event as we cannot refund any tickets should you be unable to use Zoom.

SCHEDULE
4pm ~ Welcome Speech, Katie Worthington, WHYC

E-CERTIFICATES
Download these here.

MEDALS AND TROPHIES
To be collected from SE22 8JY on the following days – Email to arrange collection and full address will be provided for contactless pickup:
Monday 6 July 5pm – 7pm
Tuesday 14 July 4pm – 5pm

LIST OF ENTRANTS (Nb. no edits can be made to this list)


BEGINNER CLASS

Fiona Cela ~ 1. “Through the Woods” by John Thompson
2. “The Trombone Player” by John Thompson

Jon Cela (pronounced “YON”) ~ 1. “The Ballet Dancer” by John Thompson
2. “Three Blind Mice” by  John Thompson

Grace Greaves ~ Ocean Depths by Fisher and Wind Chimes by Knerr

Orla Coulthard ~ Ode to Joy (Beethoven) & My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean (Trad.)

Clara Griffin “At the Animal Fair” – Traditional & “Chaos/Not Chaos Song” by Clara Griffin

Esther Greaves. Slow Dance, Mikrokosmos, Volume 1, No. 33 by Bartok

GRADES 1 & 2

Arthur May ~ Enchanted Garden by Kirsten Strecke

Nethra Prasad ~ The Echo by Oesten

Eleanor Damonville ~ Allemande by Johan Hermann Schein

Katie Porter ~  Happy Day by Ian King

Annabel Jeffery ~ Theme by Thomas Attwood

Cameron Kyei ~ Ja-da by Bob Carleton

GRADES 3 & 4

Celia Allen ~ Holiday in Paris by William Gillock

Leonard Rodrigue ~ Waltz Mystique by Ray Moore

Cyrus James Malik ~ Allegro by James Hook

Shiro Githu ~ Morning Prayer by Tchaikovsky

Tuneer Chakraborty ~ Prelude by Carl Reinecke

Amelie Lai ~ Holiday in Paris by William Gillock

Dylan Yan Wei Tan ~ Sonatina in A minor by Georg Benda

George Yakovlev ~ A Kwela for Caitling by Richard Michael

Blank Entry ~ No Info Given

GRADES 5+

Mika Pullar-Strecker ~ All is Calm by Dennis Alexander

Artemiy Ilin ~  Feuille D’Automne by Rebikov

Srij Bera ~ Elizabeth by Hubert Pary

Aidan Nagpaul ~ Giga from 1st Partita by J.S Bach

Myah Jutla ~ Plauderi by Theodor Kirchner

Sadhna Arun ~ Piece Not Specified


Watch the winning performance from Sunday’s Harpsichord Competition at the Horniman

[youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DWkKQDh6Uo]

http://dulwichpianofestival.co.uk/

Safiya plays a Grade 6 piece by Scarlatti. Safiya studies with Lorraine Liyanage at the SE22 Piano School.

The Dulwich Piano Festival presents the Under 18s Harpsichord Competition for the first time at the Horniman Museum and Gardens in Forest Hill, South London.

The aim of the competition is to bring relevance to the music that we play by performing it on the instrument for which it was written. Our adjudicator Steven Devine says “Collections of historical instruments like this are crucial to our understanding of music and by unlocking the secrets of the instruments, we gain a deeper understanding of the music written for them.”

Advertising & sponsorship: Dulwich Piano Festival 2014

Here are some of the wonderful local companies (and a few further afield) that sponsor the Dulwich Music Festival. If you would like to sponsor the 2014 festival that takes place in June, please email lorraine.liyanage@mac.com for more information. We had nearly 400 people attending from the local area last year. Our target audience are mostly local families and some adult amateur musicians.

Festival Sponsors are listed on our homepage and their adverts appear in print:

Dulwich Piano Festival sponsors

Daisylets
Roullier White
Piano Lobby
South London Music
Mark Goodwin Pianos
Two Circles Music
Push Studios LLP
East Dulwich Nanny Agency
South London Youth Orchestra
Lorenzo Photography
Live Love Local
Harvey Wheeler
Olivers London
EOS Dance
Captured on the Rye

New Sponsors for 2014:

Welcome to local company Olivers London and EOS Dance. Oliver will present a Cup and also make a donation to charity in the winner’s name. More information to come!

Advertising Rates:
A full page A5 colour advert is £35 with a print run of 200. The programmes are a lasting keepsake of the event and reach an audience of local families and also adult pianists in the wider London area. We had nearly 400 visitors to the festival last year.

Trophy/Cup Presentation Rates:
From £150 for a cup and advert in the printed programme. Your company can choose to have their name engraved on a cup or trophy which will be presented annually for many years to come. Each prize winner keeps the trophy/cup for 11 months before returning it to us to present again at next year’s festival. Business owners are invited to come and present trophies. Here is Claire Empson from Daisylets presenting a trophy last year. The adjudicator was Graham Fitch.

Claire Empson from Daisylets presents the trophy to Alanna, winner of the Jazz set piece class. Adjudicator: Graham Fitch

You can read last year’s programme online:

Dulwich Music Festival Printed Programme
Click to read last year’s printed programme