Audition: May 29, 2020 6:00 p.m.
Chair: Angela Kelly
Entry deadline: May 1, 2020
The purpose of this $750 scholarship is to encourage and reward high school seniors planning to major or minor in music. A second place scholarship of $350 may be awarded, at the discretion of the judges. Students will audition online beginning at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, May 29. Entrants will be contacted individually to set up times and verify online capability.
Chair: Anne Young
The trophy is an award for participation in OMTA events. All students can be winners through willingness and motivation to participate. Points can be earned by participating in all state OMTA events, Syllabus and in the Festival of Ribbons, Sacred Music Recital and Sonatina Sonata Festival. Guidelines and Procedures, the Trophy Order Form and the Student Record Form are available on the OMTA website.
Tualatin Valley District OMTA was chosen as the recipient of this prestigious award among the hundreds of districts across the nation. With the $1000 Award money, President Carma Glausi recruited composer John Ling to write a commissioned piece in five movements for two pianos.
was matter was premiered in 2016 for our High Tea and again at the OMTA State Conference.
Please click on the link to view the June 2016 TVOMTA performance of John Ling's was matter.
Members of TVOMTA may contact Carma Glausi via email to receive PDF files of the sheet music for John Ling's was matter, free of charge.
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