Are you a serious young singer or pianist? Want to win a performance slot at the exciting new Future of Music Festival in Los Angeles? Want to compete to have footage of you performing promoted by iCadenza and, oh yeah, $2000 worth (3 months!) of individualized career consulting from iCadenza co-founders Julia Torgovitskaya and Jennifer Chernick? Submit a YouTube video for the first round of the YouCadenza Young Artist Competition!
This is a YouTube competition for classically trained, career-bound pianists and vocalists. Each contestant will post a video of a live performance to YouTube and submit the video to us for consideration, and so we can post it on our website. A winner will be selected in each category after a live audition for finalists. Winners will perform at the iCadenza Festival Opening Concert on Wednesday August 17th at 7:30pm, and will receive 3 months of consulting from the iCadenza founders – valued at $2000! All entrants have the chance of having their videos posted and promoted on the iCadenza Talk blog.
Be a part of the first ever YouTube competition for young classical artists! Check out http://icadenza.com/youcadenza-young-artist-competition/ for more information on how to enter.
Re: YouCadenza Young Artist Competition 14:54 on Wednesday, August 03, 2011
Judges for the piano category will include John Perry of the Colburn School and USC Thornton School of Music for the YouTube round and Stewart Gordon of USC Thornton School of Music judging both rounds. Don't miss this wonderful opportunity! Get those videos posted and start people voting!