Competition Registration

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We apologize for making you fill this form out again. Often, and nearly always in the Youth Competition, the competitor is not the person who rendered payment. Thank you for your patience.

Due to limited space, not every student will have the opportunity to perform in masterclasses with the guest artists. Performing students will be chosen by random drawing.

In the Youth Division, three (3) competitors will be selected to participate in the final round.
In the Open Division, 8 (8) competitors will be chosen to play in a semifinal round. Of them, 3 finalists will be chosen to perform in the final round.

Competitors will be evaluated on their technique, musicianship, and overall presentation. Judges’ comments will not be made available to competitors. Competitors are encouraged to inquire for comments from the judges directly only after the competition has ended.

Choice of music is entirely at the discretion of the competitor. All music must be performed from memory. A competitor may perform the same or different music from round to round without penalty. It is expected that every competitor’s choice of music fits within the time allowed for each round. If a competitor exceeds the given time allotted, that competitor will be asked to stop but at no penalty to his/her evaluation. All judges’ decisions are final.

Florida Guitar Foundation
Classical Guitar Competition
March 15-17, 2018
Guzman Concert Hall,
University of Miami
5501 San Amaro Dr,
Coral Gables, FL 33146

Problems? Please email info@floridaguitar.org

Clarke Recital Hall, University of Miami

Per U.S. IRS regulations, prizes awarded to non-U.S. citizens may be subject to tax withholding, dependent upon current tax treaty between the U.S. and the winner’s country of citizenship. U.S. citizens who are awarded prizes will not have tax withheld, and will receive an IRS Form 1099 from the Florida Guitar Foundation at the end of the year if the total of earnings are $600 or more.