Achievement Awards Auditions

The Achievement Awards Auditions were initiated over 30 years ago by our association for the purpose of providing students of all performance levels with 1) a confidence-building preparation and performance opportunity, 2) evaluation by a qualified adjudicator, and 3) the privilege of performing in an Honors Recital upon receiving a Superior Plus rating from the adjudicator.

Confirm your Teacher Code for this event by clicking on the link in the right sidebar under "AAA Information and Forms". If you are new to this event, contact the chairperson for a Teacher Code assignment. See "Creating Your Student Numbers" below for more information.

Required Repertoire:

Two memorized pieces of contrasting periods and styles. See Rules and Regulations (linked from right sidebar) for repertoire guidelines.


$17.00 per applicant per event


Certificate, ribbon and rating sheet. Invitation to perform in the Honors Recital if a Superior Plus rating is earned. Engraved plaque for students who have received five years with top ratings (three for vocal students).


  • Please note the date of the Honors Recital in the block above.
  • Specific time requests must be indicated on the application form. No changes will be made after the postmark deadline.
  • Levels A and B are limited to one method book piece.
  • Pieces should have musical value and show some expression.
  • Pieces should be at least 12 measures in length without repeats.

Teachers submit the following by the Postmark Deadline:

Forms are linked from the right sidebar block titled Forms.

  1. One Application for each student
  2. One Judge's Rating Sheet for each student
  3. A roster of student applicants listed in alphabetical order complete with the student number (see below). 
  4. One check for the total fees made payable to LVMTA.

Send your forms to the application checker assigned to your teacher letter (see AAA Information and Forms linked on right sidebar).

Creating Your Student Numbers:

Each teacher has or will be assigned an identifying code, which is a letter of the alphabet. To create student numbers, list your assigned alphabetical letter followed by numbers assigned to students ordered numerically by last name. Example: If the teacher's code = BB then students are numbered on the Application, Rating Sheet, and Roster sequentially as BB-1, BB-2, BB-3, etc. Enter your student numbers where indicated on the Application and Rating Sheets.