Around the Globe Piano Music Festival in November 2017
We would like to welcome you to AGPMF 2017 that will take place at the Study Society, Colet House, Talgarth Road, London W14 9DA on Sunday, 19th November 2017 from 10am till late.
Around the Globe Piano Music Festival (AGPMF) is a piano competition open to Junior and Adult pianists of different levels, both amateur and professional. As well as traditional and classical music, the festival offers an exclusive syllabus on contemporary music within global/regional categories as well as jazz piano. The popularity and performing standards of this competition have risen considerably due to its unique focus, educational and performing values including the highly praised adjudicators’ written and spoken assessment after each performance.
We are grateful for the great support from Serbian and English communities in UK and Serbia. In addition, we would like to express our gratitude to Composers Association of Serbia, Fine Art Escape Gallery, Global Media Publishing and guitarist Branco Stoysin for sponsoring AGPMF special awards for most talented pianists since 2014. The piano festival is also supported by Markson Pianos, Kensington Chime Music, Brittens Music as well as individuals Mr & Mrs Balabanovic and others.
For more info and how to apply refer to our new AGPMF Magazine 2017 that includes interesting articles about contemporary piano works and composers as well as reviews and updates on the syllabus. Download AGPMF magazine 2017 HERE or visit AGPMF home page.
Please note that participants entries’ deadline is on 31st October 2017.
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We are looking forward to join us at this amazing and inspirational event!
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