LWMTA Student Programs 2020-2021
Musical Gift Recitals (MGRs): Year Round
Musical Gift Recitals (MGRs) provide an opportunity for students to serve local retirement communities with their musical gifts and talents. High School students receive one hour of community service for participating. MGRs are cancelled for the 2020-2021 school year.
Chair: Laurie Ketron
Music Artistry Program (MAP): Late February
The Music Artistry Program (MAP), formerly Piano Adjudications, provides an opportunity for students to prepare and perform two polished pieces and receive feedback from a qualified adjudicator.
Chair: Selina Chu, NCTM
Music Literacy Program (MLP): Late April
The Music Literacy Program (MLP), formerly Musicianship Examinations, provides an opportunity for students to assess their knowledge of music theory through a proctored written exam.
Chair: Mary Kaye Owen, NCTM
Young Composers Recital: Mid-January
The Young Composers Recital provides an opportunity for students to perform their own creative compositions as well as receive published manuscripts of their work.
Chair: Meg Mann, NCTM
Music Festivals: Late March
Themed Music Festivals explore and celebrate music through performances, presentations, and group activities.
Chairs: Karen Blyton and Mary Anne Szollar
Lake Washington Musical Passport: Mid-April
Musical Passport provides an opportunity for students to perform for a small audience and receive comments and a rating.
Chair: Tomoko Ishihara