The workshop is a non-competitive opportunity to receive feedback from festival adjudicators. After performing a single selection of their own choice, the adjudicators will offer written and verbal feedback to the participants and class. No marks, ribbons, awards or nominations are distributed. Memorization is not required. Both youth and amateur adult and senior musicians may participate. Participants may enter this class multiple times, once per selection they wish to perform. Registration is open annually from December 1 until January 22, with late registration ending on January 31 (www.kwkiwanismusicfestival.com/product-page/workshop). When you register for a class, you will be asked to declare the participant’s age or the duet’s average age (their age is calculated according to how old they were on December 31st of the year prior to the festival year). After registration closes, the festival schedule’s construction begins. Schedule protocol is that no class will exceed eight participants or ninety minutes in length. In situations where there are more than eight participants registered for a class or a class exceeds ninety minutes in length, participants will be separated according to similar age groups and then sorted randomly into classes of eight or fewer participants. If you and your music teacher are unsure about which classes to register for or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the coordinator (Heidi - email@example.com) in advance to completing your registration.
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By registering for the Kitchener-Waterloo Kiwanis Music Festival, you agree to be bound by its rules and regulations. They are available in the Syllabus and online at www.kwkiwanismusicfestival.com/rules.
- All festival events will follow government protocol, guidelines and recommendations.
- Any person entering a festival venue must be familiar with the specifics of how the festival is implementing current government recommendation as outlined on the festival website and be prepared to abide by them.
- This festival will follow the pandemic festival procedures as outlined by the CMFAA.
- The festival cannot take responsibility for any person contracting COVID-19 at a festival event. Persons enter festival venues at their own risk.
- Should the festival be cancelled at the last minute due to the pandemic, participants will be given the option to receive a full refund or submit a video to the same class in the virtual festival.
- All participants must submit the required waiver in order to complete their registration.