2022 New Brunswick Competitive Festival of Music

April 18 – April 27, 2022

The 2022 Syllabus is now available.  If you have any questions, please contact the Festival Administrator.

Syllabus 2022

Entries will be accepted online.  The Registration Deadline is Monday, February 21, 2022 at 11:59PM. Online Registrants receive a special discount for pre-ordering the Official Festival Program.  Online entries can be paid by Visa, Mastercard or American Express through our secure PayPal system.  You can also register online and submit payment by cheque or money order by mail at no additional cost.  Online entries save data entry time and allow scheduling to begin sooner.

Register Here

Entry Form 2022 (fillable)

You will find individual sections of the Syllabus below for ease of narrowing class search.  Any addenda to the Syllabus will be added here and designated by a date in brackets following the discipline.


What’s New

Rules & Regulations

Prizes & Trophies

NB Provincial Music Festival Syllabus 2022

NOTE – The New Brunswick Competitive Festival of Music committee plans to host an in-person festival in 2022.

It is possible, however, that Public Health directives may not permit this format in the Spring. If that is the case, rather than cancelling, we will move to a virtual format. Any such decision will be made by early March to allow time for participants to submit recordings and scores. We will not be offering refunds for a change in format. Any changes will be posted on this website.

The New Brunswick Competitive Festival of Music will follow Public Health guidelines for indoor public events. This will apply to competitors, volunteers, audience members, and adjudicators.

The Government of New Brunswick requires that everyone 12 years and over must show proof of vaccination and government ID to access certain events, of which all New Brunswick Competitive Festival of Music activities are included. Additional information on the GNB vaccination requirements is available online: GNB COVID-19 vaccination.

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