1st Annual Roman Totenberg
Young Musicians String Competition
The Newton Cultural Center
225 Nevada Street, Newton, MA 02460
IN MEMORIAMTo Professor Roman totenberg, a great violinist, a masterful teacher, an inspiration to all who knew and loved him.
COMPETITIONSunday, December 2, 2012, 10am – 4pm
WINNER GALA RECITAL
Saturday, December 8 at 4pm
Newton Cultural Center, 225 Nevada Street
Tickets: $10, $5 for students and seniors
COMPETITION CHAIRDr. Vera Rubin, President of Massachusetts Music teachers Association
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|Open to:||Musicians ages 8 - 18 who are either Newton residents or students of Newton string teachers.|
|Competition Categories||Ages 8–9; 10-11, 12-13,14-15,16-18
Applicant will be placed in an age category as of November 1, 2012.
|Winners:||1st, 2nd, 3rd place winners and one Honorable Mention in each category.
All of these winners will play in the Gala Concert on Saturday, December 8. All decisions of judges are final.
|Judges:||Faculty members from New England and Boston area educational institutions.|
|Prizes:||Cash prizes for 1st place winners. All other winners will receive gift certificates to Boston area instrument shops and Award Certificates|
|Application Deadline:||November 1, 2012|
|Send Application to:||
Newton Cultural Center
225 Nevada Street
Newton, MA 02460
(make checks payable to City of Newton)
|More Info:||newtonma.gov click on City Governments, click on Cultural Affairs|
Vera Rubin, founder, Jill, Amy and Nina Totenberg attend the first string competition founded in their father's memory which took place at the Newton Cultural Center sponsored by the Mayor's Office for Cultural Affairs and Newton Community Pride.