Sponsored by the Midwest Harp Academy
a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation
Made possible by a grant from the Harp Society
Competition Repertoire Below
Date of Competition
Tuesday, July 22, 2014 1:30 pm
Meinig Recital Hall, TU
Tuesday, July 22 7:30 pm
Meinig Recital Hall, TU
(Winners must perform to receive award)
Non-winning competitors are expected to attend the performance to show good sportsmanship and to support those who have won.
All Full-Time registrants are required to attend the Stage Presence and Etiquette Class on Monday afternoon. Those competing only in the competition will have a brief meeting and a chance to rehearse onstage at 12:00 noon Tuesday, July 23.
Non-full time registrants may register for this class at the a-la-carte Monday afternoon price listed on the main registration form.
Competition will be held on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 1:30 - 5:00 pm
Meinig Recital Hall,
University of Tulsa
All compositions in all divisions must be performed for memory
from Trois Pieces Faciles by Marcel Grandjany
WINNERS Receive – First Place - $100, Second Place - $50, Third Place –HonorableMention. First and Second Place Winners play on the Winners Recital
INTERMEDIATE I DIVISION
For festival registrants, this division is for those playing Lever or Pedal Harp in the Largo or Allegro Ensembles
from Suite of Eight Dances
by Carlos Salzedo
WINNERS Receive – First Place - $150, Second Place - $75, Third Place – Honorable Mention. First and Second Place Winners play on the Winners Recital
INTERMEDIATE II DIVISION
Minstrel's Adieu to His Native Land
by John Thomas
WINNERS Receive – First Place - $200, Second Place - $100, Third Place – Honorable Mention. First and Second Place Winners play on the Winners Recital
ADVANCED I DIVISION
by G.F. Handel/C. Salzedo
WINNERS Receive – First Place - $300, Second Place - $150, Third Place – Honorable Mention. First and Second Place Winners play on the Winners Recital
ADVANCED II DIVISION
by Jesus Guiridi
WINNERS Receive – First Place - $400, Second Place - $200, Third Place – Honorable Mention. First and Second Place Winners play on the Winners Recital
he Midwest Harp Festival, however, a non-festival participant winner must agree to perform on the winner’s concert, July 22, 7:30 PM or they forfeit their placement and award and will not be permitted to compete the next year.
The non-refundable payment of the following fees and the Competition Form must be postmarked no later than May 31, 2014.
$20 Full-Week Registrant
$30 Non Full-Week Registrant
Intermediate I Division
$25 Full-Week Registrant
$35 Non Full-Week Registrant
Intermediate II Division
$30 Full-Week Registrant
$40 Non-Full-Week Registrant
Advanced I Division
$40 Full-Week Registrant
$50 Non Full-Week Registrant
Advanced II Divsion
$45 Full-Week Registrant
$55 Non Full-Week Registrant
To register for the solo competition, send payment with the Solo Competition Registration form which is available on our web site or contact the director at 918-832-0934 to have one mailed to you.
This registration is separate from the Basic Registration but may be mailed with it.
Solo Competition Guidelines
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