PLEASE NOTE THAT THE PERFORMING ORDER FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS MAY CHANGE. KINDLY CHECK FOR FINAL SCHEDULE UPDATES ONE WEEK PRIOR TO THE FESTIVAL AND ALL UPDATED SCHEDULE WILL ALSO BE POSTED AT THE DOOR OF ALL COMPETITION ROOMS.
ON THE FESTIVAL DAY, SHOULD THERE BE ANY CLASHES OF COMPETITIONS BETWEEN ROOMS FOR PARTICIPANTS & PIANO ACCOMPANISTS, PLEASE PROCEED TO INFORM THE JUDGE ASSISTANTS IN RESPECTIVE COMPETITION ROOMS TO CHANGE THE ORDER OF PERFORMANCE PRIOR TO THE START OF ALL COMPETITIONS.
The festival's competition schedules for 14th & 15th September 2013 are now available for download.
Please take note of the followings:
1. Names in RED are participants participating in more than one category
2. Names in GREEN are participants with clashing competition classes. Participants affected can proceed to their next competition class in between performances.
3. The finalists announcement for the Young Artists categories will be posted on a notice board at the reception tables after the competition class have ended. Participants do not need to wait until the end of the competition classes for selection announcements. Movements in and out of each competition classes can be done between performances, not during any performances.
4. Cello Lecture Recital will be held after the cello solo competitions at 3.15pm in Sabah Room.
MALAYSIAN YOUTH MUSIC FESTIVAL 2013
Apart from organizing various small events throughout each year, the Foundation produces one major event annually, the Malaysian Youth Music Festival, since 2007. The foundation aims to promote positive musical activities and help improve the performing standards amongst music students through friendly music competition during the music festival. Competition categories available are - solo performances in various instruments and voice from beginner to post Diploma levels, ensemble performances and choir groups. Apart from competitions, the festival also highlights workshops and performances by experts.
The participants of this festival comprises of music students from as young as age 4 to young adults, both locally and from neighbouring countries such as Singapore, Indonesia and Brunei. This music festival is also regularly supported by various local and international professional musicians and educators, contributing their time and efforts to adjudicate and educate the participating students. Some of our contributors are internationally renown pianist such as Dennis Lee, Chee-Hung Toh, Mei-Yi Foo, and Bobby Chen, to name a few. MYOF have also collaborated with the Kota Kinabalu Music Society, the Malaysian Philharmonic Youth Orchestra in the 2009 and 2010 music festival.