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Moxley Piano Scholarship Competition
Moxley Piano Scholarship Competition
Moxley Piano Scholarship Competition
Moxley Piano Scholarship Competition
Moxley Piano Scholarship Competition
Moxley Piano Scholarship Competition
George & Ruby Moxley Piano Scholarship Competition

Each Spring, the WSPTA has hosts its annual Moxley Competition. This competition  requires students to perform a piece from a list of required pieces, plus a piece of their choice. Students must also play scales and chords. The level of difficulty of the required pieces and technique increases with age.

 

A panel of three judges will rate each competitor on several criteria relating to their musicality and technical ability. There are first place, second place prizes for each different age group. One or more honorable mentions may also be awarded. The competition, as well as the subsequent Winners' Recital, are open to the public.

 

Prize amounts are as follows:

 

ELEMENTARY

1st Place: $70.00

2nd Place: $40.00

LOWER INTERMEDIATE

1st Place: $85.00

2nd Place: $60.00

UPPER INTERMEDIATE

1st Place: $100.00

2nd Place: $80.00

ADVANCED

1st Place: $125.00

2nd Place: $100.00

2023 Moxley Competition

Competition Date: Saturday, April 29, 2023

Piedmont Music Center

 

Adjudicators: Dr. Paul Stewart, Dr. Karen Rice, and Katya Kramer-Lapin

Registration fee: $20

Registration deadline: April 8, 2023

 

For more information, visit the Forms page or contact Dr. Yong Im Federle

Winners' Recital Date: Sunday, April 30, 2023

TBA

2023 Moxley Competition Winners
ELEMENTARY


1st Place - Zijie Song
Student of Dmitri Shteinberg

 

LOWER INTERMEDIATE

 

1st Place - Chelsea Shen

Student of Dr. Yong Im Federle


2nd Place - Justin Jin

Student of Glenna Poindexter

Honorable Mention - Elizabeth Rubery

Student of Teresa Falardeau

Honorable Mention - Nathaniel Harris

Student of Yong Im Federle

UPPER INTERMEDIATE

 

1st Place - Andrew Cai

Student of Dr. Yong Im Federle

 

2nd Place - Tony Jin
Student of Glenna Poindexter

ADVANCED

 

1st Place - Gwen Straker

Student of Teresa Falardeau

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