7th Annual Piano Competition ~ Dulwich

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The Dulwich Music Festival hits the high notes! Sunday 10th June 2018.

An innovative amateur music festival for young pianists in South London has moved to a new performance space in West Dulwich, the award-winning POD at Kingsdale Foundation School. The piano competition in June offers school-age children a performance platform with a child-friendly audience and encouraging adjudicator feedback. There is a Recital class for adult pianists.


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“The Dulwich Music Festival is extremely well-run, thanks to Lorraine’s super-efficient administration. The atmosphere is extremely friendly and unstuffy, which makes a refreshing change. The piano was very well prepared and regulated, making it a pleasure for competitions to play, and I throughly enjoyed my time as adjudicator. Highly recommended!” Graham Fitch, pianist, adjudicator, author of Practising the Piano

The 7th annual Dulwich Music Festival piano competition is adjudicated by Nancy Litten and takes place at Kingsdale Foundation School in West Dulwich. The event Timetable can be found below (please read all information carefully).

The event is open to all. Day ticket passes are £8 for adults and £4 for children of any age (nb. tickets are £10 and £5 on the door, correct cash only). There will be the opportunity to meet the composers in the auditorium area and participate in music workshops and a free piano competition hosted by Casio Grand Hybrid Pianos.
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We have a Facebook discussion group you can join to find out more about the event plus ask questions to the organisers and previous participants.

Keep reading to view the timetable for the day…

SUNDAY JUNE 10th 2018
The POD, Kingsdale Foundation School, Alleyn Park, Dulwich, London SE21 8SQ [Map]

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We have a Facebook discussion group you can join to find out more about the event plus ask questions to the organisers and previous participants.