The 2nd Annual Dulwich Piano Festival was held at Alleyn’s School in East Dulwich on Sunday 23rd of June. We had two adjudicators, Frances Wilson and Graham Fitch and around 90 pianists taking part from beginner level to advanced. We were delighted to have so many adults taking part in the festival too. New classes this year included our harpsichord class, a Concerto Class where the winner played his own composition and a jazz class. Details of trophy winners can be found below as well as a selection of photos of some of the participants. Photos are available from the photographer, James Eppy.
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We are already planning the 2014 Dulwich Music Festival which will include classes for Strings, Woodwind and Singing. The proposed dates for the festivals are February 8th and 9th 2014. A syllabus will be online in July.
Our 2014 Dulwich Piano Festival competition syllabus is online and you can enter and pay directly via our web site. We believe we might be the first music competition web site in the UK to have an online entry system. Goodbye paper forms!
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The Dulwich Piano Festival takes place on Saturday 14th & 15th of June. It is not possible to choose the day on which your classes will take place.
Entry deadline for piano classes: 1st May 2014
We are a paperless festival. Fees are payable by Paypal. Entry fees are non-refundable once you have entered.
The Dulwich Piano Festival is a competitive music festival for amateur musicians of all ages in the United Kingdom and beyond. Look out for our raffle prizes at several local school fairs where you can win free entry to one of the classes in the festival.
The deadline has now passed for the 2013 Dulwich Piano Festival. Audience members are welcome to attend the event. The entry fee on the door is £1. The event takes place on Sunday 23 June at the Lanchbery Rehearsal Rooms, Alleyn’s School, Townley Road, East Dulwich.
We have over 100 pianists competing in the festival including classes for adults, many classes for beginners, duet classes, a harpsichord class and a Concerto class.