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mayajordan
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« on: September 20, 2015, 05:45:49 PM »

Around the Globe Piano Music Festival
Sunday 15th Nov 2015
The Study Society, Colet House, 151 Talgarth Road, London W14 9DA

AGPMF is a competitive festival with aspiration to promote worldwide classical and contemporary music including jazz. The main goal of AGPMF is to introduce students and audience with wide range of repertoire from around the world that is not regularly performed, contributing multicultural British society as well as practice of the standard piano repertoire.
Festival consists of Junior and Adults categories offering various classes and there are numerous prizes to be awarded to best performers.
For more info please visit: http://www.agpianomusicfestival.co.uk/events.php
  
Please note, that all entries must be received not later than Monday 19th October 2015. AGPMF 2015 brochures is attached, but also available on personal request.

We are pleased to announce that best piano players of AGPMF 2015, will have an opportunity to perform at the Winners Concert as part of the Markson Concert Series at St Mary Magdalene Church, Munster Square, London NW1, in April 2016 on the Concert Grand.

Around the Globe Piano Music Festival would like to express their gratitude to all in supporting this project. Apart from award’s sponsorships from Fine Art Escape Gallery and Global Media Publishing, the winners of the Balkan Composers category will be awarded special prizes by Composers Association of Serbia this year. Moreover, there will be special prizes sponsored by Branco Stoysin for Jazz Classes for juniors and adults. The venue has been also greatly supported by Markson Pianos as well as Kensington Chime Music, Brittens Music including individuals, Mr & Mrs Balabanovic, Kaia Hinkley and John Bailey.

We hope that our syllabus classes is going to inspire pianists and teachers in encouraging students playing something different. Come and share with us around the globe piano music on 15th November this year!

Best wishes from
AGPMF

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« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2015, 12:01:13 PM »

It is a shame I am in US. Probably you know about similar competitive festivals in US?
My son plays piano and I'd love him to take part in such an event.

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