FALL TRIO FESTIVAL

Join us in fall to support talented, enthusiastic students of all ages performing in small ensembles with professional musicians.

What Are Trios?

Piano trios consist of three performers playing together collaboratively. Most commonly, a piano trio consists of a violinist, cellist, and a pianist, but some instruments can be substituted for others. Here at Orchestral Recital Series of Tacoma, we enlist a professional musician for each role, and our students may perform on piano, violin, cello, or an alternate instrument as the composition allows.

2021 Concerts Information

The dates of this year’s festival are October 30 at 4 PM and 7:30 PM and October 31 at 1 PM and 3 PM. Learn more about the concert series and how to attend at the link below.

REGISTRATION FEES

Registration fees and rehearsal amount are subject to change.

PIECE DURATION
FEE
(subject to change)
1st REHEARSAL
2nd REHEARSAL
CATEGORY
1 to 3 minutes
$68.75
10 minutes
5 minutes
A
Over 3 to 5 minutes
$87.50
10 minutes
10 minutes
B
Over 3 to 5 minutes, Difficult
$100.00
15 minutes
15 minutes
B2 (difficult)
Over 5 to 10 minutes
$106.25
20 minutes
15 minutes
C
Over 10 to 15 minutes
$125.00
25 minutes
15 minutes
D
Over 15 to 20 minutes
$150.00
30 minutes
20 minutes
E
Extra 3rd Rehearsal for Category A, B, B2
$25.00
10 minutes
 
Extra 3rd Rehearsal for Category C, D, E
$50.00
20 minutes
  
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PIANO TRIOS GUIDELINES

There are a few things to remember:

  1. Memorization is not required for chamber ensembles. However, memorization can enhance preparation.
  2. Students will be scheduled for two (2) required rehearsals. Teachers are expected to attend.
  3. If a student is performing an advanced piece, they may be asked to sign up for an extra (3rd) rehearsal, with an extra fee. This option is always available to any student who desires the extra rehearsal.
  4. If a student is not prepared for the performance, they will be invited to perform the following year.
  5. Repeats are only to be used for very small sections or very short pieces. Repeats of Expositions, Development sections, etc., are not permitted.
  6. When timing a student’s repertoire, do not include repeats.
  7. Students are expected to dress as professional performers: business casual to formal is appropriate. No strapless or low-cut tops or dresses, no short skirts or dresses above the knee, no denim, and no spandex or leggings when worn by themselves.
 
 

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