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Vocalist Contest for Young Voice Students


As a young voice student, getting the chance to show off your singing skills at a contest for vocalists is fun! At American Guild of Music voice contests, you also receive constructive feedback from talented experts to help you grow as a musician. Our vocalist contests focus on the needs of the "everyday" music student. Open to students under 21 years old with 3 months to 12 years of study, the goal is to motivate them in their musical studies.

The contests are aimed at inspiring students to continue their music education, whether or not they intend on making music a career. Because whether your young musician dreams of being a Broadway star, a video game designer – or an opera singer who plays video games – learning music competently teaches discipline, cooperation, integrity and leadership.

With other contests for piano, organ, keyboard, accordion, violin (classical and Broadway), string instruments, wind instruments, guitar and drums/percussion, there is a music contest for every young music student.

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Violin Contest for Young Music Students


As a young violin student, getting the chance to show off your playing skills at a violin contest is fun! At American Guild of Music piano contests, you also receive constructive feedback from talented experts to help you grow as a musician. Our violin contests focus on the needs of the "everyday" music student. Open to students under 21 years old with 3 months to 12 years of study, the goal is to motivate them in their musical studies.

The contests are aimed at inspiring students to continue their music education, whether or not they intend on making music a career. Because whether your young musician dreams of being a rock star, a video game designer – or a classical violinist who plays video games – playing music competently teaches discipline, cooperation, integrity and leadership.

With other contests for piano, organ, keyboard, accordion, voice (classical and Broadway), string instruments, wind instruments, guitar and drums/percussion, there is a music contest for every young music student.

Fill out my online form.

Piano Contest for Young Music Students


As a young piano student, getting the chance to show off your playing skills at a piano contest is fun! At American Guild of Music piano contests, you also receive constructive feedback from talented experts to help you grow as a musician. Our piano contests focus on the needs of the "everyday" music student. Open to students under 21 years old with 3 months to 12 years of study, the goal is to motivate them in their musical studies.

The contests are aimed at inspiring students to continue their music education, whether or not they intend on making music a career. Because whether your young musician dreams of being a rock star, a video game designer – or a classical pianist who plays video games – playing music competently teaches discipline, cooperation, integrity and leadership.

With other contests for guitar, organ, keyboard, accordion, voice (classical and Broadway), string instruments, wind instruments, and drums/percussion, there is a music contest for every young music student.

Fill out my online form.

Guitar Contest for Music Students


As a young guitarist, getting the chance to show off your playing skills at a guitar contest is fun! At American Guild of Music guitar contests, you also receive constructive feedback from talented experts to help you grow as a musician. Our guitar contests focus on the needs of the "everyday" music student. Open to students under 21 years old with 3 months to 12 years of study, the goal is to motivate them in their musical studies.

The contests are aimed at inspiring students to continue their music education, whether or not they intend on making music a career. Because whether your young musician dreams of being a rock star, a video game designer – or a classical guitarist who plays video games – playing music competently teaches discipline, cooperation, integrity and leadership.

With other contests for piano, organ, keyboard, accordion, voice (classical and Broadway), string instruments, wind instruments, and drums/percussion, there is a music contest for every young music student.

Fill out my online form.

Music Contests Reward Music Students


As a young musician, getting the chance to show off your playing skills at a music contest is fun! At American Guild of Music contests, you also receive constructive feedback from talented experts to help you grow as a musician. With events for piano, organ, keyboard, accordion, voice (classical and Broadway), string instruments, wind instruments, guitar, and drums/percussion, there is a music contest for every young music student.

Our music contests focus on the needs of the "everyday" music student. Open to students under 21 years old with 3 months to 12 years of study, the goal is to motivate them in their musical studies. The contests are aimed at inspiring students to continue their music education, whether or not they intend on making music a career. Because whether your young musician dreams of being a rock star, a video game designer – or a concert pianist who plays video games – playing music competently teaches discipline, cooperation, integrity and leadership.

Fill out my online form.

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