Sat, Sep 05 | Via Zoom

Moved to September 5 -- First Timers' Recital

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Moved to September 5 -- First Timers' Recital

Time & Location

Sep 05, 2020, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM PDT
Via Zoom

About the Event

Update: We have decided to combine the August and September (virtual) events and hold it on September 5, 3 pm, via Zoom. All pianists are welcome to submit a recording of their playing, YouTube video preferred but audio recordings will also be accepted. For performers: Do not use the standard registration link; instead please email Events@AmateurPianists.org with the name of your piece, composer, and duration. This will bypass the performance fee which is waived for virtual events. For all attendees (including performers): Please register via this link - https://www.amateurpianists.org/event-info/fall-piano-recital/form. You will receive a Zoom invitation 2 days before the event and also on September 5.

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With all of us mostly staying close to home these days, AmateurPianists would like to continue to provide piano performance opportunities, the heart of what AmateurPianists is all about.  

So, this recital will be held, as a virtual event, for pianists who have NEVER performed publicly, i.e. first-timers. This is your chance - to prepare a favorite piece, record it (audio or video), and submit it!  

A reminder that this virtual recital is for all levels of pianists, spanning the whole range of beginners to advanced pianists.  To register as a performer, please click on this link - https://www.amateurpianists.org/performance-request. 

The usual performance donation of $20 is waived and we thank you for participating. We need more music during this time of social distancing!  

Please RSVP to receive a Zoom invitation prior to the event. Reminders to performers to also register as an audience member. 

For questions, please email AP@AmateurPianists.org or call 619-746-1987.

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