Pianorama is an opportunity for area students to perform piano duets and duos as a group. Pianorama is held every other year, in ODD years. Funds from this event support the Young Artist Achievement Awards.
Theme: Christmastime is Here
Rehearsal Dates: Friday, November 19 - Saturday, November 20, 2021
Concert: 2:00pm, Sunday, November 21st, 2021
Collins Auditorium, Lipscomb University, Nashville
Friends and family attending the concert on Sunday must purchase a ticket for $5 at the door.
Children 5 and under are free.
Registration: August 16 - September 30 (online or at the Steinway Showcase)
The Repertoire List and Order Form can be accessed on the Member's Resource page. The order form was created for your convenience in ordering music for your students. It is an excel spreadsheet, so you may fill it out on the computer and email it to Karen OR fill it out at one of the showcases. Please submit all music orders to Karen Hedges of Shiloh Music. All of her contact information is on the order form or email to: email@example.com. For questions, call: 615-308-3618
The Repertoire List is the list of repertoire being used for Pianorama. It is in Concert Order and includes final tempo markings. A few new things to note: the RED, RUBY, and CHERRY groups are unequal parts — meaning TEACHER/STUDENT. They are indicated as such with an asterisk on the Repertoire List.
Showcase & Music Purchase Dates:
Please plan to attend one of the scheduled Showcase & Music Purchase Dates. These will be held at the Steinway Piano Gallery, Nashville for you to come purchase music and ask questions. Music may be purchased with cash, check, or card.
Fri, May 21st, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Mon, June 7th: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Fri, August 20th: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Fee: $25 per participant and non-NAMTA teacher. There is no fee for NAMTA teachers.
Send ONE check made payable to NAMTA to the address at the top of the Pianorama registration form.
Guidelines and General Information
We recommend that students have completed one (1) year of piano study. Place students in one level lower than their current playing ability. Match duet partners if possible from your studio. If you are playing with a student, include your name as the partner on the Master List.
All partners must use original copies of the repertoire and have the following musical elements prepared prior to the rehearsals: key signatures, metronome markings indicated on the Repertoire List, notes, accidentals, rhythm, style, dynamics, slurs, staccatos, accents, pedal, and page turns.
Teachers should schedule a performance opportunity for their students prior to the rehearsals. Partners must be able to read their music, play together, watch and follow the conductor, and strive for a polished performance. Teachers should use conducting skills during studio rehearsals. Direct one full preparatory measure prior to playing. Stage entries, bowing, and exits will be rehearsed for each color group in the auditorium.
1. Encourage your students and their parents to assist you in the preparation and participation process. Distribute the Parent-Student Letter. It is your responsibility to notify your students and their parents of the rehearsal schedules. Students & Parents should allow for approximately one hour on campus per day, and plan to arrive 15 minutes prior to their assigned rehearsal time. Attendance is required at both Friday and Saturday rehearsals to perform Sunday.
2. Complete one Registration Form for each duet pair. If space is available, a request to play in a second color group can be submitted on a second registration form. Indicate on each form the first and second preference. Confirmation of the second color request will be made by September 30.
3. Send one Master List of all participants, organized by color groups with your registration forms. Please ensure names are recorded accurately to be used in the program. If you are playing with a student, include your name as the partner on the Master List.
4. Collect the fees within your studio: NAMTA members have no teacher participation fee. Non-NAMTA members must submit a teacher participation fee of $25.00. All NAMTA and non-NAMTA teachers need to collect $25.00 per participant for the weekend event. Proceeds benefit the Young Artist Achievement Awards, and are non-refundable.
5. Submit the Registration Forms, the Master List, and payment to NAMTA to complete your registration process.
Registration questions should be emailed to Anna Lynn Vaughan at .