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chesnut2
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« on: January 04, 2014, 08:53:24 AM »

The 2nd International Competition for Amateur Pianists “Chestnut Grand Piano”
On 15th-18th May 2014. Kyiv (Ukraine)

The competition is held at the MASTER KLASS House of Education and Culture.
Nominations:
“Amateur”, “Grand Amateur”, “Grand Piano Plus”
Age of participants: 17+. The upper age limit is unlimited.
Please send all your applications via e-mail at amatorfest@masterklass.org to 1st April 2014.
Information:
http://masterklass.org/eng/afisha/competition/2013-10-08_02-27-16
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« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2014, 05:02:30 PM »

Hi to everybody!

I took part in a first competition “Chestnut Grand Piano”. I got so many experience to play there, because that was my first performing experience to play on a big stage. As I'm beginner and learn to play just 2 years. I've never thought there're such a good opportunity for amateur musicians. Because during this competition I had a chance to communicate with other musicians, who has more experience in piano playing. And I enjoyed very much listening performance some of them.

To chesnut2:
1. Can I take a part in the second competition in the same nomination? (amateur, category C)
2. Can I play my own music on the 2nd round as I also compose my own piano music.

Thanks

really wanna be able playing professionally
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