2022 FCMF National Music Festival
August 6-13, 2022
Adjudicator Biographies Competition Schedule
Update on the 2022 FCMF National Music Festival
In response to the continuing uncertainty of health restrictions and emergency measure orders relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, and their effect on travel and public gatherings, all streams of the 2022 FCMF National Music Festival will be held as virtual competitions.
Considering the effect of varying restrictions between provinces on large ensembles, the choral, band, and orchestral classes will regrettably not be offered at the 2022 FCMF National Music Festival. Chamber Ensemble classes will be offered virtually.
Registration deadlines including submission of performance videos and scores:
June 30 Composition Stream for all levels
Recorded Stream for Chamber Ensemble classes only
Note : Choral, Band, and Orchestral classes not offered in 2022
July 5 Non-Competitive Education Stream for junior-level entries
July 12 Developing Artist Stream for intermediate-level entries
July 15 Emerging Artist Stream for advanced-level entries
LOCAL STREAM MEMBERSHIP AND QUALIFYING ROUND
Federation of Canadian Music Festivals [FCMF] offers Local Music Festivals in non-affiliated provinces to affiliate directly with FCMF!
Affiliation through this Local Stream membership level provides an opportunity for currently ineligible students to participate in our new Local Stream Qualifying Round for the FCMF National Music Festival!
This virtual competition will be hosted by FCMF. Students, if recommended by a local adjudicator, are eligible for participation to seek recommendation to the FCMF National Music Festival.
This membership category and Qualifying Round ensures that Canada’s young amateur musicians, from coast to coast, are able to compete on a national stage.
For more information on how to become an affiliated local music festival, contact Barbara at firstname.lastname@example.org
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