Virtual Music Olympics
This fun and inspiring event is designed to encourage piano students to develop well-rounded musicianship. Our virtual version of Music Olympics will be modified from the physical version, but still loads of fun and a terrific goalpost for students and teachers! Around 150 school-aged musicians from around the community will come together to showcase their skills in six essential music skills (performance, theory, rhythm, scales, chords, arpeggios). Every student will receive an engraved medal for all of their hard work participating int his event and top scoring students in each category will receive a trophy. One of the greatest benefits of the Music Olympics is that students (and teachers!) can see their strengths and weaknesses -- and then work accordingly for the rest of the year! The focus of this event is not so much on competition as it is personal achievement and encouragement. Our goal is to send each student away with a greater love for making music than when they came!
Downloadable study guides for Teachers and Students: Click here to print off study forms for your level. Teachers will find their instructions there as well.
Saturday, November 21, 2020
See Parent/Student Letter for video submission deadlines and more
Preschool through age 19 (not older than age 19 by June 1, 2021)
Virtual-YouTube and Zoom
Deadline is 11:59 PM, October 3.
(This is a firm deadline, the system will not allow for exceptions.)
See the Parent/Student Letter, browse through this site, and speak with your teacher for complete details.
$20 (non-refundable) per student. Due to your teacher by Sept 26. Make checks out to your teacher.
Rosalia Hubbard (Parents/Students: please contact your teacher directly with event questions.)
Past Olympics Winners...
Congratulations to the students who participated in the 2020 Virtual Music Olympics!
- Click here to see the list of Virtual Music Olympics Winners
These are our Music Olympics 2020 Hall of Fame Students. Not only did these students submit their theory tests and videos, but they also went above and beyond in making sure to know all the Music Olympics requirements they would have had to learn for standard Music Olympics.