Fall Music Festival Competition
November 22 - 25, 2017
View Fall Festival Schedule here
Fall Music Festival is a music festival created by music teachers, to encourage and guide the growth of musical understanding and performance skills in musicians of all ages. This annual event, held early in the instructional year, inspires students to incorporate the valuable comments provided by the adjudicators into their studies.
Fall Festival is just one of the many ways in which the Conservatory provides educational support and opportunity beyond weekly, individualized and group instruction. Participation in an event such as this, early in the academic year, directs the studies and focuses the efforts of both students and their instructors for the year to come. Whether you are participating in the non-competitive or competitive side of the Festival, our goal remains the same - to provide a performance opportunity that encourages and guides the growth of musical understanding in musicians of all ages.
This Festival takes place at the Alberta College Campus in November. Programs will be available during the festival for $2 at the Conservatory Office located on the 5th floor.
For more information call: 780-633-3725 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall Festival Student Showcase
Showcasing the outstanding students and promising performers of the 2017 Fall Music Festival.
Date: Saturday, Dec 2, 2107 at 2:00 p.m.
Location: Muttart Hall - Alberta College Campus 10050 MacDonald Drive
Free Admission. Reception to follow.
Are you interested in helping out with this music festival? Call 780-633-3725 or email email@example.com. Volunteers will have the opportunity to list receive a gift card.
The primary roles of the festival volunteer is to assist adjudicators with collecting original copies of music, sorting comment sheets and certificates, acting as the liaison between participants and the adjudicator, and keeping the adjudicator's supplies topped up and tidy. Volunteers are also asked to announce each class at the beginning of each session.