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Student Events

The MTACC provides various events for students of all ages, levels, and abilities throughout the year, all benefiting students' skill assessment, musical knowledge, and providing performance opportunities.

This annual Festival is organized in a master class format featuring early music of the Baroque and Classical music eras.  Students experience performances of similar levels and a master teacher works with each student individually.  Students may opt to enter competitively for Winner and Honorable Mention placements per grade division. 

Open to students studying strings, piano, and voice. 

String Quartet

This annual Festival is organized in a master class format featuring music of the Romantic and Contemporary music eras.  Students experience performances of similar levels and a master teacher works with each student individually.  Students may opt to enter competitively for Winner and Honorable Mention placements per grade division. 

Open to students studying strings, piano, and voice.

Pianist

This Festival is organized in a master class format featuring music from the Musical Theatre genre.  Students experience performances of similar levels and a master teacher works with each student individually.  Students may opt to enter competitively for Winner and Honorable Mention placements per grade division. 

Open to students studying voice.

Opera Singer

This Festival is organized in an American Idol master class format featuring music from the Pop, Rock, and Jazz Music genres.  Students experience performances of similar levels while local professional musicians and artists work with each student individually and/or as an ensemble.  Students may opt to enter competitively for winners of "Best of" categories. 

Open to students studying any instrument, solo works, or collaborative ensembles.

Band Performance

The Washington State Music Teachers Association Music Artistry Program is an annual self-supporting annual event developed for students to encourage interest in music and to maintain standards of fine musicianship.  Students perform two pieces individually with the Visiting Artist and receive valuable feedback. 

Open to students studying piano, strings, and voice.

Violin Performer

The Washington State Music Teachers Association Music Literacy Program is a non-competitive comprehensive theory and technique program consisting of ten progressive levels.  Each level requires proficiency in rhythm development, sight reading, technique, written theory, and ear training. 

Open to students studying piano and strings.

Sheet music on music stand
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