Provost Music Festival Association

The first annual Provost Music Festival was held in 1973. Started up by a local group of community members invested in providing the opportunity, to participate in the performing arts, in Provost. The Provost Music Festival continues to be run by a volunteer festival executive. Our festival is a success due to the many hours of practice and dedication of our participants, guidance and encouragement of many teachers and accompanists, generosity of our sponsors and patrons, and countless hours provided by volunteers and association members. Our festival association is always open to new members and volunteers. Please contact us to get involve


Raffle

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Please support the Alberta Society of Music Festival Friends by purchasing a raffle ticket at the Provost Music Festival. 

First prize is two airline tickets anywhere from coast to coast in Canada (donated by I.T.S. Travel & Cruise Centre). Second prize is the handmade quilt featured above. The quilt was made and donated by Sheila Lonsbury.

Draw date 1 June, 2019. Tickets $2 each.

provost music festival

Our exciting week long festival features an impressive array of local talent performing speech arts, piano, vocal, instrumental, strings, musical theatre and choral music. All participants will gain valuable feed back though professional adjudication.

Guidance for Recording of Performances and Adjudications

 

cOlour night

Our festival ends with Colour Night. An exciting finale program featuring festival participants chosen by the adjudicators to receive awards, scholarships and provincial recommendations. These participants will showcase their talents with a performance followed by presentations that acknowledge their achievements.

 

PERFORMANCE CATEGORIES

  • Instrumental - String, Woodwind, Brass, Band

  • Piano - Solo, Group

  • Speech - Monologue, Group, Poetry, Choral Speech

  • Vocal - Solo, Musical Theatre, Choir

Participation in the Provost Music Festival provides an invaluable opportunity for expression in front of an audience.