Associated Music Teachers League

NEW YORK YOUNG PERFORMERS PRIZE (NYYPP)

Final-Round Online Event
Sunday, April 24, 2022 at 4:00 p.m.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Unless regarding College-Division candidates, who can apply for themselves, applications must be completed by the Instructors and submitted online or via email by Monday, April 4, 2022.

VIDEO DEADLINE: All audition video links referring to applications must be sent to:  nyypp20@gmail.com  by Sunday, April 10, 2022. 

ELIGIBILITY: See Reference Chart at the end of the NYYPP Event Details page.


Due to pandemic-related circumstances, all events scheduled for the academic year 2021-2022 will be conducted online.
Stay tuned to our official website www.amtl.org,  for news and updates.

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INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPATION
The 2022 NYYPP Competition will be held online, so distances should not be an obstacle for any aspiring participant that meets the requirements. Near or far, whether in the USA or not, if you are interested in competing by performing for acclaimed adjudicators and international audiences, make sure to submit your Application on time!

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The New York Young Performers Prize (NYYPP) offers a unique musical experience for students of all instruments. Young pianists and string players up to age 23, as well as vocalists up to age 25, will strive for a level of expertise and monetary prizes at an online event viewed by international audiences.
Students entering these auditions learn to develop a work ethic by preparing up to three pieces of music by memory (depending on the age group) and having their performances reviewed by acclaimed adjudicators. Entrants chosen from the preliminary round (Video Audition) are then presented at the final-round event.
The New York Young Performers Prizes go beyond developing a student’s talent. The preparation that goes into learning a piece of music and the experience of performing in a competitive environment will carry through to other aspects of their lives: academic, social, spiritual, and intellectual. In addition to rewarding students for their high levels of achievement, NYYPP also encourages teachers to maintain high pedagogical standards.

Fill out the online Application Form below
and
Pay your NYYPP fees at the bottom of the page.

The Associated Music Teachers League, Inc. (hereinafter, “AMTL”) reserves the right to cancel any event. In case of such cancellation, the AMTL’s sole obligation shall be for the refund to the applicant of its application fee. The AMTL shall not be obligated in any way whatsoever for any costs, expenses, or other inconveniences incurred by you beyond the amount of the application fee.

 


NEW YORK YOUNG PERFORMERS PRIZE 2022


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Before filling out the Online Application Form,

please consult the NYYPP Event Details page

HERE

Example: Sonata No. 10 in G Major, Op. 14 No. 2 - I: Allegro, by Ludwig van Beethoven (7΄ 11΄΄). Maximum of 3 Compositions. Please consult the guidelines on the NYYPP Event Details page.
If available at the time of applying, insert the URL(s) for your audition video(s). Otherwise, please send your video link(s) to nyypp20@gmail.com, by no later than Sunday, April 10, 2022.
For College Division, the fee is $50 per soloist or ensemble member regardless of AMTL membership. For any other Division, the fee-per-entry is $40 for AMTL members, plus an additional $25 for non-members (i.e., plus $25 per soloist, or per ensemble as a whole).
All payments are processed by PayPal; you can pay by credit card without having a PayPal account.

After pressing the SUBMIT button
Click HERE to pay your Application Fee
Please make sure to:

  • State the STUDENT/PERFORMER’s NAME in the transaction (as a reply to the question “Who is this payment for?”).
  • Select the APPROPRIATE FEE: $50.00 for ALL College-Division candidates (soloists and/or ensemble members). For any other Division, the fee per candidate is $40.00 for AMTL members, PLUS $25.00 per soloist or per ensemble as a whole for non-members. Except for performers who are 18 or older and apply in their own right, the Membership criterion regards INSTRUCTORS, not students or their parents/guardians.