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FEES AND PRIZES N3H2O performing 2

ENTRY FEES for 2017 competition

Class 1 £4
Class 2 £4
Class 3 £3 per performer
Class 4 £10
Class 5 £7
Class 6 £7
Class 7 £7

PRIZES AND TROPHIES

Cash prizes for section winners
Class 1: £5 for each section winner
Class 2: £10 for each section winner
Class 4: £15 (section 1) £20 (section 2)
Class 5: £15 for each section winner
Class 6: £20 for each section winner
Class 7: £25 for each section winner       

All winners, including winning ensemble players, will receive a medal.

The adjudicator chooses one winner from each entire class listed above, who receives a cup.

The Class 1 cup is presented by the Inner Wheel of Ripon Rowels.

There is a special cup for Piano Performance, donated by the European Piano Teachers’ Association. It is awarded by the adjudicator.

One or more £10 prize(s) are donated by David Winpenny Public Relations Ltd for the most promising performer(s) from the competition, as determined by the adjudicator.

No marks are awarded, but very good performances other than the winning performances may be highly commended or commended, gaining special certificates.

Every performer receives a certificate and a copy of the adjudicator’s comments on their performance.

NB there were major changes to the organisation of the District 1040 Young Musician Final in 2015.

There were no longer 3 age groups with a winner in each. Instead the District Final matched the National Final by being an open age competition.

Each Young Musicians event is able to send 2 performers to the District Final. These may be either 2 instrumentalists or one singer and one instrumentalist. 

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Ripon Young Musicians of the Year is sponsored by
Ripon and Ripon Rowels Rotary Clubs and the Inner Wheel Clubs of Ripon and Ripon Rowels

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