General Information

Among our most popular educational programs is the International Student Exchange Program (SEP), which provides many unique performances and learning opportunities to the participants.  While in SEP students get to perform in recitals with students from the most prestigious music schools and universities around the world, network with other musicians and attend master classes and lectures by renowned musicians, learn history by way of visiting historic places and museums.

ISEP includes the following events:

    • Recitals
    • Master classes
    • History of music, music theory classes
    • Visiting art galleries and museums  
    • Tours

Program participants received Certificates of Excellence commending their exceptional performances in International Student Exchange Program (ISEP).

Parents and family members are welcome. 

For more information contact us at crescendo_school@yahoo.com

Please note, that group size is limited and Enrollment will be closed upon completion of the group.

General Information

Little Mozarts is an annual music competition, open to Junior, Intermediate, and Advanced levels for all instrumentalists, vocalists, and duets. The 2021 competition will be held from April till June 2021. We will be holding competitions in various locations.
This unique juried music competition for 3-14 years old gives young children the opportunity to perform and receive their first applause.
Little Mozarts competition aims to encourage and motivate young musicians and make music a more significant part of their life.

There will be two rounds in Little Mozarts Competition

First round

Audition (Live audition or video recording submission) when students perform in front of judges and receive their scores. Placing is determined by total faults and achievements displayed by contestants.
Best performers might be promoted for Prize or other cash rewards.
Participants may apply for auditions as many times as they like. One composition is considered as one entry. 
 

Second round 

Winners’ recital. Winners’ recitals for the First and Second Place winners will be held in Weill Recital Hall or Zankel Hall of Carnegie Hall.
All participants are eligible to perform at the recitals held at Baruch Performing Arts Center in New York, NY, and Rockport Music Recital Hall in Rockport, MA.
Students will receive board-certified diplomas, and instructors with five or more First and Second Place winners will receive a certificate of excellence.
A participant may qualify to perform at the Winners’ recital more than once as a soloist or a member of an ensemble. Each recital performance will be billed separately. 
Best performers will be awarded cash prizes. 
 
 
 
 

General Information

Crescendo International Music Competition is a youth music competition held annually since 2007. 

 We will be holding competitions in various establishments throughout the USA, Canada, Europe, and Asia from November 2021 to February 2022.

There will be two rounds in Crescendo Int. Competition.

First round

Auditions (Live auditions or video recording evaluation). 

Based on the performance Judges assigned a score that determines contestant’s placement.  Evaluation also includes written comments and recommendations.

Students may enter the competition more than once (performing on different instruments or as vocalists, or as a member on ensemble).

Second round

Winners’ recitals.
First Place Honors will be invited to perform in Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall, New York.
 
First and Second Place Honors will be invited to perform in Weill Recital Hall of Carnegie Hall.
 
Recitals at Baruch Performing Arts Center in New York, NY and Rockport Music-Shalin Liu Performance Center, MA are open for First, Second and Third place achievers.
 
Eligible winners will have a link to register for the recitals in the active applications and will have to choose one recital to perform in. 
 
Competition diplomas are issued after the Second Round. Performance in the Second Round can confirm or change the results received in the First Round.

Decisions on monetary rewards are based on accumulated audition score, composition complexity and contestant’s artistic maturity. Rewards might be suspended due to poor performance.

Winners of Grand Prizes will be announced at the end of March 2022.

First place winners with scores 27 and higher may apply for International Student Exchange Program in Italy and Japan.

Teachers with five, or more students who achieved First and Second Place honors will receive a Certificate of Excellence. 

To recognize outstanding teachers we proudly announce Teacher Appreciation Awards 2022:

    • Teacher of the Year (10 awards) 
    • Crescendo Educator Award (10 Awards)
    • “My favorite Teacher” Award (10 Awards)
Teachers’ award includes Certificate and Monetary Reward.
 
Crescendo Competitions is a non profit organization which operates exclusively for educational purposes and students who have participated in Crescendo International Competition for five (5) years may qualify for a Letter of Recommendation for College/ University. Letters of recommendation from Crescendo International Competition are accepted at various Colleges and Universities across US.

Little Mozarts Music Competition is open to all instrumentalists, duets.
ensembles. and vocalists ages 3 – 14. Participants will be grouped according to their age . Little Mozarts Music Competition is open to all instrumentalists, duets.
ensembles. and vocalists ages 3 – 14. Participants will be grouped according to their age . Little Mozarts Music Competition is open to all instrumentalists, duets.
ensembles. and vocalists ages 3 – 14. Participants will be grouped according to their age . Little Mozarts Music Competition is open to all instrumentalists, duets.
ensembles. and vocalists ages 3 – 14. Participants will be grouped according to their age .