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2022 Collegiate Artist Competition


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This competition will open for entrants on November 1, 2021.

*Virtual with Optional In-Person Winners' Recital*

2022 FSGP COLLEGIATE ARTIST COMPETITION
(For flutists enrolled in an undergraduate program at an institute of higher education for the 2021-2022 school year)

Preliminary recordings are NOT required to enter this competition.  

COMPETITION APPLICATION DEADLINE:  February 12, 2022 by 9:00pm (EST)

VIDEO RECORDING SUBMISSION DEADLINE:  February 12, 2022 by 9:00pm (EST)

Undergraduate students who enter the Young Artist Competition but do not advance to the Final Video Recorded Round may enter the Collegiate Artist Competition *free of charge* (provided they meet all eligibility requirements). See under Guidelines and Regulations.

Any questions related to this competitions should be directed to Cindy Anne Broz (FSGP Competitions Chair/Coordinator) at competitions@philaflutesociety.org.

Prizes

PRIZES


First Place Prize: $500 (Murray Panitz Memorial Award)

Second Place Prize: $200

Third Place Prize: $100

Repertoire

REPERTOIRE

 J.S. Bach - Partita in A Minor: Allemande (with first repeat)

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Adolphus Hailstork - Yuhwa (The Goddess of the Willow Trees) for solo Flute (Winner - 2020 NFA Newly Published Music Competition: Solo Flute)

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*ONE* CONTRASTING PIECE OF THE ENTRANT'S CHOOSING FROM ANY ERA

Choice Piece may be selected from any musical era. Choice Piece must be an original work composed for solo flute or flute and piano (transcriptions are not acceptable), and may not exceed 12 minutes in length (entrants may select one or more movements from a multi-movement piece); If the Choice Piece is composed for flute and piano, it must be performed with the accompaniment.


Performance Time Limit: 20 Minutes

Video Recording Requirements

VIDEO RECORDING REQUIREMENTS AND SUBMISSION

VIDEO RECORDING SUBMISSION must be a COMPLETE (unedited) single-camera video performance of Entrant's  FULL program (multiple camera videos will not be considered), and submitted by the competition deadline.  Acceptable video formats include: MP4, MOV, and AVI.  For identification purposes, your file name should include your first and last name, as well as the name of the division - "Collegiate"  (example: "CindyBrozCollegiate"). Video files will be renamed by number for the purpose of anonymity prior to being sent to the adjudication panel.


** IMPORTANT NOTE: ALL SUBMISSIONS MUST BE A SINGLE TAKE OF YOUR FULL PROGRAM (you may not stop the camera or combine separate takes to make up one video).**

Guidelines and Regulations

COMPETITION GUIDELINES AND REGULATIONS

FEES / ELIGIBILITY / REQUIREMENTS / OBLIGATIONS


    DEADLINES  /  VIDEO RECORDING SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

    • Entrants are required to complete and submit their entry form on or before February 12, 2022 by 9:00pm (EST)
    • Entrants are required to submit video file on or before February 12, 2022 by 9:00pm (EST).  
    • VIDEO RECORDING SUBMISSION must be a COMPLETE (unedited) single-camera video performance of Entrant's  FULL program (multiple camera videos will not be considered), and submitted by the competition deadline.  Acceptable video formats include: MP4, MOV, and AVI.  Do not send Youtube links, but upload the file to a cloud server such as Google Drive or iCloud. For identification purposes, your file name should include your first and last name, as well as the name of the division - "Collegiate"  (example: "CindyBrozCollegiate"). Video files will be renamed by number for the purpose of anonymity prior to being sent to the adjudication panel. ** IMPORTANT NOTE: ALL SUBMISSIONS MUST BE A SINGLE TAKE OF YOUR FULL PROGRAM (you may not stop the camera or combine separate takes to make up one video).**
    • In creating your video recording, please do not identify yourself. Though you are not performing "in person," please consider this a recital performance.
    • Recorded Video Performances are only viewable to the adjudication panel and competition chair.  Do not post any audio or video performances for this competition on any social media platform. 
    • Winners' names, photos, and bios will be posted on the FSGP website and social media pages on March 5, 2022. Videos (or portions of videos) may be used for the virtual Winners' Recital.

    Failure to meet any of the above deadlines or requirements may result in forfeiture.

    FSGP Membership is required for all entrants. Once you have become an FSGP Member, you will be able to access and submit your entry form through the "Member-Access" page.

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