2018 REGISTRATION CLOSED

2018 International Online Mallet Percussion Competition

(And Masterclass) 


A brand new three (3) round mallet percussion competition created with the competitor in mind! With the first round and the final round being on Instagram and Instagram TV, this competition purposes to help you learn grow & be showcased!

Division 1 - Ages 18 - 27* 

Division 2 - Ages 14 - 17* 

* Age as of June 25, 2018

Entry Fee: $60.00


ROUND 1 DEADLINE AUGUST 1

GET ALL OF THE DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS BELOW! 


Panel

 Raychel Taylor (Girls March)

Robert oetomo (performer, Composer, Educator)

Todd Meehan (Baylor University) 

Matthew Nichols (Florida Atlantic University)

Josh Jones (Calgary Symphony Orchestra)

Brandon Arvay - (Performer, Educator, Media Specialist) 

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1st prize

Full scholarship to MalletLab 2019

4 day admission to PASIC 2018 (Travel not Included)

Featured Concert (Div 1)

Meet and Greet at Ludwig / Musser Booth

Featured Concert (Div 2) 

Meet and Greet at Mode Marimba Booth

World Premier of a new work by Ivan Trevino (Div 1)

World Premier of a new work by Robert Oetomo (Div 2)

Sponsor Swag

2nd prize 

$500 scholarship to MalletLab 2019

2 Day Admission to PASIC 2018 (Travel Not Included)

Sponsor Swag

3rd prize 

$500 scholarship to MalletLab 2019

Sponsor Swag

 

Round 1


Registration gives you access to an online Masterclass with Drew Tucker, Eric Rucker and special guests.


Deadline August 1

After registration, upload  a one minute excerpt from a solo of your choice tag @Malletlab and use the hashtag #MalletLabComp18  

Presentation matters but don't worry about having the best camera but make sure your video has good lighting, a good perspective,  and is in a place where we can see and hear you well! 

A few "Do's & Don'ts"

Please don't tag us in old posts that were posted before June 25

You may upload multiple entries as long as they are posted tagged and hashtagged  before  August 2nd 12:01am

While you can upload an excerpt from a piece of your choice, we recommend using one from the list below so that you can use it for round 2. 

 

Round 2

Round two Deadline September 1

Upon moving to round 2, participants will be sent a link to a dropbox folder where they can upload ONE full Marimba, Vibraphone or Xylophone solo from the list below, (xylophonists can submit one for consideration) 

You will be sent a link to a private dropbox file and asked to upload your solo once you have recorded it. After the deadline, the panel will score your performances. This video will serve as your final video for round 3 if you advance, so make it a good one!

*Please record it in Vertical mode on your phone or DSLR if possible.* 

EVERYONE IN THIS ROUND  WHO DOES NOT ADVANCE WILL RECEIVE  CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK ON YOUR PERFORMANCE FROM ONE OR MORE OF OUR PANEL MEMBERS TO HELP YOU FURTHER YOUR ABILITIES! 

Prizes may not be redeemed for cash value. If winner is unable to redeem prize, the next in line will be selected.

 

REPERTOIRE INFORMATION

NOTES:

  • If performing a multi-movement piece, It is recommended that you perform the whole piece. But if the piece is longer than 10 minutes then please edit it to fit in the 10 minute time frame. But round two performances should be no less than 4 minutes in length. In the cases of a collection of shorter pieces contained within a larger collection (I.e From My Little island, Aldridge or  Songbook, Trevino) please use your discretion. Again remembering that submissions should be between 4 and 10 minutes. 

Marimba:

  • Three Moves, Paul Lansky

  • See Ya Thursday, Steven Mackey

  • Reflections on Nature of Water, Jacob Druckman

  • Marimba Spiritual, Minoru Miki

  • Three Shells, Christopher Deane

  • Concertino for Marimba and Orchestra, Jorge Sarmientos

  • Paganini Personal, Toshi Ichiyanagi

  • Prism Rhapsody, Keiko Abe

  • Rimbasly, Daniel McCarthy

  • Ultimatum 1, Nebosja Zivkovic

  • Itsuki Fantasy for Six Mallets, Keiko Abe

  • After Syrinx II, Richard Rodney Bennett

  • The Process of Invention, Christopher Deane

  • Merlin, Andrew Thomas

  • Etude in E Minor, Pius Cheung

  • Velocities, Joseph Schwanter

  • Apoocalyptic Etude, Dave Hall

  • Dr Gradus ad Pernassum, Debussy, arr. Mimura

  • Momento, Ivan Trevino

  • Land, Takatsugu Muramatsu

  • Somewhere Over The Rainbow, arr. Robert Oetomo

  • Intermediate Marimba Literature Book 1 or 2, Various composers, commissioned by Nancy Zeltsman

  • Selections From From My Little Island, Aldridge

  • Selections from Song Book Volume 1, Ivan Trevino

  • 4 Rotations, Eric Sammut

  • Ilijas, Nebojsa Zivkovic

  • Frogs, Keiko Abe

  • Rhythm Caprice, Leigh Howard Stevens

  • Parody, Jesse Monkman

  • Dances of Earth and Fire, Peter Klatzow

  • Marimba D’Amore, Keiko Abe

  • Moon, Adam Tan

  • Polaris, Mark Ford

  • Marimba Etude No. 1, Gordon Stout

  • Memories of the Seashore, Keiko Abe

  • October Night, Michael Burritt

  • Michi, Keiko Abe

  • Time, Minoru Miki

  • Dream of the Cherry Blossoms, Keiko Abe

  • Two Mexican Dances, Gordon Stout

  • Etude for a Quiet Hall, Christopher Deane

  • Four Movements for Marimba, Michael Burritt

  • Footpath, Dave Samuels

  • Drei Phanastische Lieder, Nebojsa Zivkovic

  • Altered Echoes, Lynn Glassock

Vibraphone:

  • Interzones by Bruce Hamilton

  • Mourning Dove Sonnet, Christopher Deane

  • Suomineito, Nebojsa Zivkovic

  • Blues for Gilbert, Mark Glentworth

  • Theme from Polovetsian Dances, A. Borodin

  • Funny Mallets: Vibraphone, Nebojsa Zivkovic

  • Mirror from Another, David Friedman

  • Reflections, J.C. Combs

  • Texas Hoedown, David Friedman

  • Wallflower, Snowbird, Carillon, Gary Gibson

  • Reflections, Lynn Glassock

  • Concerto for Vibraphone and Orchestra, Emmanuel Sejourne'

  • Trilogy for Vibraphone, Tim Huesgen

  • Ever Inward, David McBride

  • Internal Evidence, Martin Weir

  • Five Miniatures, Astor Piazzolla/arr. Morleo

  • Music of the Day, Bill Molenhof