Evaluations

The NHMTA Student Evaluation Program is an opportunity for students of NHMTA members to perform pieces of music for an adjudicator and be evaluated. Each student’s performance is private, non-competitive and not graded.
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Fall Festival

The purpose of the Fall Festival is to provide an opportunity for students to perform in a non-competitive setting and receive positive critiques from NHMTA teacher-members.  Each year a special focus will be chosen, such as style period, composer, or genre.  By playing in a recital setting, students will be exposed to a variety of repertoire and to other students’ playing similar compositions.
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MTNA Competitions

The MTNA Student Competitions consist of three levels: State Competition, Division Competition, and National Finals.  The NH Music Teachers Association hosts the state level competition.
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Granite State Competition

The New Hampshire Music Teachers first held the Granite State Solo Competitions in 1979.  This yearly competition rewards piano, woodwind, voice and string students for excellence in musical performance and provides incentive and encouragement for the serious student. 
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