Bloomington-Normal Music Teachers Association Piano Sonata/Sonatina Festival

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Saturday, December 8th

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Does your child play the piano? Are you a piano teacher?

Price: $20 entry fee

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Bloomington-Normal Music Teachers Association (BNMTA) is hosting a Piano Sonata/Sonatina Festival on Saturday, December 8, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. until approximately noon.  The event will be held in Presser Hall on the campus of Illinois Wesleyan University, and is open to students of all ages and levels. Students who wish to perform must have at least 12 months of piano lessons and permission from both parent and teacher to enroll. 

Each student will be given written feedback from the judges.  A recital featuring first place winners from Levels five and above will be held in Westbrook Auditorium in Presser Hall at Illinois Wesleyan University immediately following completion of all levels.  For further information including a list of repertoire, governing rules, and registration form, please visit the BNMTA website at bnmta.org.

Venue

Presser Hall, Illinois Wesleyan University
1210 Park Street
Bloomington, Indiana
61701

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