Associated Music Teachers League

Honors Concert

Concert takes place 
Sunday, May 9, 2021  at 2pm
Steinway Hall
1133 6th Ave, New York, NY 10036

The most outstanding participants from our range of events are invited to perform in the Honors Concert, which concludes the AMTL’s series of musical activities of the season.
In addition to the distinguished invited performers, we also welcome students who wish to participate in this exciting concert; for them, a video audition will be available.
Using the date of the performance as the birthday guideline, the upper age limit for pianists and string players is 22, while for singers the upper age limit is 26.

Please keep in mind that scheduled events for 2020-2021 may need to be adjusted to pandemic-related circumstances, and/or be conducted online. All changes, if any, will be promptly announced on our website (

Apply online with our online application form, go to the bottom of this page


View and download the PDF file Application 

Applications must be Emailed or postmarked no later than Monday, April 19, 2021

YouTube video links must be Emailed by no later than Monday, April 26, 2021 

Pay your Honors Concert fees here online 

Online Application — Honors Concert

STOP! Before filling out the Online Form,
please Read the Honors Concert Details

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Honors Concert details

For example: Sonata No. 10 in G Major, Op. 14 No. 2 - I: Allegro, by L. V. Beethoven (7΄ 11’’). Maximum of 2 Compositions, on which consult page 1 of the downloadable PDF file.
If applicable at the time of submitting your Online Application, insert the URL(s) for your audition video(s).
For AMTL Members, fees are $80 per solo entry and/or $40 per ensemble performer; these are Student Expenses. Non-Members must pay an additional $50 per entry, with a separate transition (Instructor Expense). Participation fees are non-refundable.
You can pay by Credit Card without having your own Paypal account -- note that the Payments are processed by Pay Pal.