Clementi Piano Competition 2017: Entries Now Open

London Piano Competition for Under 18sFollowing the success of the first Clementi Piano Festival held in March 2016 at the composer’s former home in Kensington, we are delighted to announce that the event will run again in February 2017 at Clementi House in Kensington.

The piano competition will be held all day from 10am to 5pm. with the junior classes in the morning progressing through to senior levels in the afternoon. The competition is divided into eight graded classes from 1 to 8. The competition is open to students aged 17 and under.

Performers interested in participating should send the following information by email to A link to book tickets for the competition will be sent to you upon receipt of complete information:

Name of Pianist:
Name of Guardian:
Email of Guardian:
Teacher’s Name:
Teacher’s Email:
Last exam passed & date:
Anticipated date and grade for next examination:

*If the pianist does not enter graded exams, please ensure the teacher has provided accurate information on current playing level and projected playing level by February 2017.

London-Clementi-Piano-CompetitionEach class will have a Set short Prelude and Piece by Clementi. We are currently compiling the syllabus and we welcome input from teachers for suggested repertoire by Clementi. We anticipate the syllabus will be released on 1st June.

All competitors receive written feedback and a certificate. All classes have medals for 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Three trophies will be available for high scorers at Junior, Intermediate and Advanced level.

Do not hesitate to ask any questions that you may have about the event.

A Guide to making an online entry for the Dulwich Piano Festival

The Dulwich Piano Festival is the first festival in the UK to use an online entry and payment form – we have done away with the need for printed entry forms, stamps, cheques and envelopes in the post!

Here is a step-by-step guide to help you enter the 2014 Dulwich Music Festival using our online entry and payment form. The piano classes will take place on Sunday 15th of June at Alleyn’s School. The timetable will appear online on our web site from 1st of June. We will inform all competitors by email when this is ready to appear. Your name will not appear online, just your class number and time. You will be emailed a receipt of your entry for your records.

Payment is by Debit/Credit Card or Paypal on a secure server. Your card details are not stored anywhere online.

Online Entry Guide

Dulwich Music Festival Online Entry Guide
Dulwich Piano Festival Online Entry Guide