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The American Prize in Piano Performance, 2014

If you're a classical pianist, or piano teacher,
you and your students have recordings.
    The American Prize wants to hear them.

Since 2010, The American Prize has provided evaluation, recognition and reward to America’s finest performing artists and composers. The American Prize is unique—the only national, nonprofit competitions in the performing arts based solely on the evaluation of commercial and noncommercial CD and DVD recordings. The American Prize has awarded more than $25,000 in prize money in all categories since 2010.
  • No live competition. The American Prize judges recorded performance only.
  • No age limits.
  • Separate divisions for professional, college/university, community, or high school age artists.
  • Few repertoire restrictions.
  • Expert written evaluations to all contestants who rank “finalist” or higher.
  • Personalized certificates to all participants.
  • Cash prizes.
  • Published timelines for the announcement of semi-finalists, finalists and winners.
  • 1-page application form.
  • Low application fees.
  • Not-for-profit organization.
Complete information, application forms, biographies of judges and past winners: www.theamericanprize.org


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