Attention Yukon Music Teachers and Students!
The YRMTA and Whitehorse Concerts are inviting you to be part of the Yukon Music Festival: Our Students in Concert, April 19-24, 2022.
The Yukon Music Festival is a series of music showcases that provide students with performance opportunities, as well as exposure to different instruments, musical styles and playing levels.
All students with a private music teacher are invited to participate (teachers do not need to be a member of the YRMTA). Thanks to the support of Whitehorse Concerts, all registration fees have been waived and cost to attend the festival is by donation.
Registration Deadline is February 28, 2022.
Yukon Music Festival FAQ
What is the Yukon Music Festival? The Yukon Music Festival: Our Students in Concert is a series of student showcases providing performance opportunities for Yukon music students, and sharing music programming with our community.
When? The festival takes place April 19-24, 2022. There will be evening performances April 19-22, and afternoon/evening performances on April 23-24.
Where? All events take place at the Riverdale Baptist Church and Whitehorse United Church.
Who can sign up to perform? Anyone taking private music lessons is welcome to participate. All ages and abilities are welcome, and teachers do not need to be members of the YRTMA to sign up their students.
Is there a cost to register? Thanks to support from Whitehorse Concerts, all registration fees have been waived.
When is the deadline to register as a performer? February 28, 2022
How many pieces can I perform? Students can submit up to three selections, but are only guaranteed one recital slot.
What equipment will be provided? A grand piano and music stands. (Please note we are not able to provide amplification at this time.)
What COVID-19 safety protocols will be in place? The Yukon Music Festival will follow all protocols recommended by the CMHO at the time of the festival.
When will I know which showcase I am performing at? Programming will be completed by March 21, 2022.
Need more information? Contact Yukon Music Festival coordinator Katie Avery