International Vocal Competition 2017
The American Protégé International Vocal Competition 2017 was designed for singers who would like to challenge themselves in a very competitive environment. The Competition was open to solo vocalists and vocal groups of all ages, nationalities and countries.
Participants were required to submit video recording materials for the audition.
We invite school students and adults to participate in the Competition. There is no age limit for the adult participants.
Multiple winners are chosen in each of the following age groups:
|Young Singers||5 – 10|
|Junior||11 – 14|
|Intermediate||15 – 17|
|Amateur (without Professional Degree)||18 and older|
|College students and professional singers||18 and older|
First and Second Place Winners will perform at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York City
on December 16, 2017 at 7:30 PM and
on December 17, 2017 at 3:30 PM and 7:30 PM.
$300 Scholarship, Judges’ Favorite Award Trophy, Judges’ Distinction Award Trophy and other Special Awards may be granted based on the judges recommendations.
|Winners Recital Information|
The total Recital and Photo Fee for Solo Participants is $360, which covers:
– Recital Fee, includes admission for participant and piano accompanist (if needed), Recital booklets with all Recital performers’ biographies and photos (for the booklet sample please click here), Certificate, Teacher’s Diploma, four guests’ tickets.
– Photo Fee, includes set of digital photos taken by professional photographer during participant’s performance on the stage. Average set is 20-30 digital photos.
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