Festival '20 Online
5/5 - video tips
5/5 --- Students can use a smartphone, tablet or computer to record their performance. For optimal recording, stand in front of a light source and have ample light overhead. Do not have a light source behind the performer. Place the recording device a few feet away or where the performance sounds its best. Dress appropriately, as though it is a live performance in a ballroom or on stage. Enjoy the process of learning how to get a great recording (without added editing, enhancements). There is an entire month to practice recording. Get creative. Invite family members to clap at the end of performance. Whether a student has a keyboard or piano, the adjudicators understand. Whether a student has a microphone to sing with or not, the adjudicators understand. Be musical. Be proud of the process and new experience of preparing and capturing your MAMTG performance in a video. Videos are to be live, without editing, mixing, overdubs or audio/performance enhancements.
5/5 - Step 1: Record Your Performance
5/5 - Record Your Performance - Step 1
5/10 - Step 2: Upload your video
5/10 - Upload Your Video - Step 2
5/10 - Step 3: MAMTG Members to complete
5/10 - MAMTG Members to Complete - Step 3
Student Music Festival
MAMTG was founded by a group of professional music educators from the New Jersey tri-state area. MAMTG supports music education and provides an annual performance event for music students to display their talents in a friendly, competitive environment. This includes student evaluations and assessments, competitions and showcases for soloists, duets and ensembles.
3 Simple Steps To Sign-Up / as a Music School or Teacher
3 Simple Steps To Sign-Up / as a Parent or Adult Student