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Q: I am a parent/teacher, do I need to purchase a pass to watch my child/student perform?A: Yes, all observers are required to purchase an entry pass. Q: Do children need to purchase entry passes? Even if they do not occupy a seat?A: Yes, all observers are required to purchase an entry pass. Children below the age of 4 are discouraged from attending. Q: I am a teacher, and I have submitted a number of entries, will I get free entry passes?A: Euroasia Association is a fully self-funded non profit organisation, and the sales of entry passes are a means of fundraising for us. Therefore, we are not able to offer any complimentary. Q: I need a page turner, will the page turner need an entry pass?A: Yes, the page…
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Selected Finalists

Q: Do we need to pay any entry fees for the Final Round?A: No.Q: Are all Gold Prize Winners automatically registered for the Final Round?A: No – you are required to re-register for the Finals. A coupon code and link to the online registration form will be provided to all gold prize winners at the prize giving for the regional.Q: I am selected as a finalist, but I cannot make it on the competition day – what can I do?A: Sadly, your performance slot at the Finals will then be forfeited.  Q: If I get selected for the Final Round, do I have to play the same piece I played for the Preliminary Round?A: No, you are allowed to change the repertoire.Q: I have decided to change my piece, can…
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Choosing A Repertoire

Q: My piece is only 1 minute, is that too short?A: No, there is no minimum performance time required. Q: Can I play two or more from a set piece, if it falls within the time limit?A: No, only one movement is accepted.Q: The piece I have chosen is too long if I perform it in entirety, can I choose to only play some part of the repertoire only?A: Works chosen must be performed in entirety, omission of any part of the work is not permitted, with the exception of Orchestral tutti part. A single movement from a set work (Sonata, Suite, Concerto, etc) is acceptable. It is permissible to leave out repeats. However, repeats are allowed provided that the maximum time limit is respected. Any work that is not…
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2019 Negeri Sembilan Piano Festival Winners List

Age 7 and Below: Gold Prizes: Lim Anyie Wong Haw Xuan  Silver Prizes: Lee Yi Jie Kingston Lee Jan Siang Cheryl Leong Xuan En Chloe Ng Luo Qing Heng Enyee Heng Zhi Wei Markcus Mak Yek Lei Pearl Eiman Binti Mohd Nazri  Bronze Prizes: Ng Zheng Hong Meng Hsiang Kok Yun Yi Park Jiho Isaac Chan Ber Lin Woo Gin Lynn Vishelina Anne Lakhmi Rao Chua Keng Ying  Age 9 and Below: Gold Prizes: Lim Zhi Xuan Chai Ru Xuan  Silver Prizes: Oh Ding Wei Tanuja A/P Vimalanathan Tham Diing Shen Abner Goh Zhao Xu Joy Lim Jie Li Lim Anyie  Bronze Prizes: Chong Jing Ze Germaine Kong Ze Xuan Loh Jern Huang Matthew Chin Jun Hong Nicole Liang Xin Ru Ting Yuan Hao Yap Yong Guan Cedric Lau Hua…
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Richard James

Richard James is a composer, pianist and teacher as well as an examiner for ABRSM. He grew up in Lowestoft in Suffolk, in earshot of the waves breaking on the beach and has always felt a first-hand understanding of and love for the music of Benjamin Britten. As a boy, he played in the first performance of Britten’s ‘Welcome Ode’ Op. 96, his last completed work, which was performed for the Queen in 1977. He was educated in Lowestoft and Norwich before continuing his musical studies at the Royal College of Music from 1977-1981, studying with Anthony Milner, Richard Popplewell, Alasdair Graham (piano) and Norman Del Mar (conducting). At the RCM he was awarded the Sir Adrian Scholarship Conducting Prize in 1980 and 1981. During his time at the College…
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About Euroasia (new)

The Euroasia Association of Performing Arts is an independent non-profit organisation under the Patronage of His Royal Highness Tunku Zain Al-‘Abidin ibni Tuanku Muhriz. The Association, fully self-funded, is dedicated to the education, promotion and development of the performing arts in Malaysia, and seeks to do so by providing a wide variety of highly regarded programmes which are intercultural and internationally collaborative. In fulfilling its mission to educate, enhance and enrich the cultural vitality of the arts, Euroasia is supported by two of the world’s leading music education institutions, Trinity College London and the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM). As its name suggests, Euroasia was founded on the fundamental goal of bringing the rich traditions of European classical music to talented Malaysian musicians through exposure to…
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