Guitar Finalists

2022 Syllabus, Rules and Regulations

Thank you for joining us for the 2022 Virtual Provincial Festival!

The 2022 Provincials will be a virtual competition again this year. This means that all entries will be by recorded submission via YouTube.

Please take the time to read the Rules and Regulations.  By submitting an entry it means that you have read and understood the rules and regulations.

We are very excited to be able to offer this opportunity to young musicians who qualify through their local festivals. Apart from the virtual submissions there are a couple of other exciting changes from the regular Provincials:

a) We are offering competitive classes for ALL instrumental levels from Grade 1 to ARCT (Brass, Guitar, Harp, Lower Strings, Piano, Upper Strings, Woodwinds & Voice)
b) We are offering competitive classes for competitors ages 6 to 28 in Musical Theatre, Percussion, Piano Concerti, Popular Piano, Popular Voice and Speech Arts.
c) We are offering classes for Amateur Adults.
d) We are offering duet classes again this year.
e) We are offering small ensemble classes for groups with 3-10 members.
f) Band, Choir and Orchestra classes will be offered this year.

Registration is currently open!
Please note that the registration is new and it is highly suggested that you read this manual before registering to make the process easier:
https://www.musicfestivalsuite.com/uploads/1/4/4/5/14451570/acc-user-manual-2021.pdf

You can register and pay for your entry at any time. Videos for the performances can be loaded when you register, or must be uploaded before your entry deadline. The YouTube video can be either public or unlisted but the “Kids for YouTube” setting must be turned off.

For Festivals occurring between November and March – the final entry deadline will be May 15th, 2022 at 9:00 pm.

For Festivals occurring between April and May the final entry deadline will be May 30th, 2022 at 9:00 pm.

You may register at any point up to and including your registration date.  Early registration is strongly encouraged.

It is the responsibility of every Competitor and/or Parent/Guardian to ensure that they have read and fully understood all parts of this Syllabus.