$600 Truman Walker $500 Reagan Smith $400 Alec Tzeng (violin) $300 Nathan Li $300 Paige McCubbins $300 Julia Erway (violin) $300 Sage Oto (violin) $300 Mira Rosario $200 Eliza Beck (violin) $200 Abigail Miller $200 Zyon Henderson $200 Kerstin Eckhardt $200 Graham Ragsdale $200 Luke Butikofer $100 Rachel Beck (violin) $100 McKenna Jensen (violin) $100 Benjamin Gallefent (cello) $100 Malachi Sweet (violin) $100 Paige Malan $100 Gigi Finn $100 Bailey Wong $100 Amy Kurtz $100 Lucy Robison $100 Abigail Perdomo $100 Alice Li $100 Yakov Agiy $100 Edsel Christensen $100 Sara Mackenzie $100 Anna Ma $100 Rebecca Mai $100 Ceci Hubble $100 Forrest Zeng $100 Jieming Mei $100 Keirah Coursey $100 Zachary Heiss
Age 11 and Under: $100 awards go to Zachary Cheng Sophie Wu Leathan Li
$50 awards go to Mio Shigihara Ana Yang (piano) Henry Wei Ava Yang (piano) Emma Gao Claire Lu Elton Yang Madeleine Hirose Yu-Shan Sun Ben Robison Carter Tindall Yi-Quing Su Valerie Wu David Wei Angela Ding Elly Yang Lauren Mallory Samuel Gallefent (violin) Adrienne Jensen (violin) Ana Yang (violin) Aaron Gallefent (viola)
Teachers registering students for the awards audition must be members of Boise Tuesday Musicale. Students must have been adjudicated in either the Fall (2020) or Spring (2021) Boise Tuesday Musicale NFMC Festival and received a superior rating in a solo or concerto event on the same instrument as auditioning for this award.
Winners of this year’s awards will be required to participate in a 2021 - 2022 BTM Fundraising event of their choice. Winners who do not participate in a fundraising event for BTM will not be eligible to compete in 2022.
Students age 11 and under: will be eligible to receive awards of $50 to $100. They will be required to play two pieces of contrasting style in 5 minutes or less, and must have played on the EI level or above in Festival.
Students age 12 to 14: will be eligible to receive awards of $100 to $300. They will be required to play two pieces of contrasting style in 6 minutes or less, and must have played on the MDI level or above for piano or M or above for other instruments in Festival.
Students age 15 to 19: will be eligible to receive awards of approximately $200 to $600. They will be required to play two pieces of contrasting style in 8 minutes or less, and must have played on the DI level or above in Festival.
Judges may choose to hear only one piece if time is limited, but two pieces must be prepared. Memorization is required for both pieces and the score for each work must be provided for the judges. Please provide your own accompanist as needed. Selections may come from the Junior Festival Bulletin, but it is not a requirement. Pianists should not play concertos.
Judges do not give written evaluations. Winners will be notified in a timely manner. All decisions are final. Award checks will be made out directly to the winning student and sent by mail to the teacher for distribution.