Keyboard Olympics

Morgan poses with her Keyboard Olympics medal.
2022-23 TEST DATES

October 8, 2022

November 5, 2022

January 21, 2023

February 25, 2023

March 18, 2023

April 22, 2023

May 20, 2023

The Louisiana Music Teachers Association established the LMTA Keyboard Olympics in 2019 under the leadership of President Pamela Pike (2017-19). Constructed similarly to the LMTA Rally Syllabus, the Olympics Syllabus provides a sequential curriculum to guide teachers and students in the study of the creative and improvisatory genres of music. Special gratitude is extended to the creators of the LMTA Keyboard Olympics: Chairperson Patti Misita, Carla Breaux, David Easley, Dr. Pamela Pike, and Sue Steck-Turner.

Chair: Pamela Pike, NCTM | pdpike@lsu.edu

2020-21 Madalists

Abe Barner – Preparatory Level (Angie Bergeron)

Sam Barnum – Preparatory Level (Angie Bergeron)

Sarah Campo – Preparatory Level (Angie Bergeron)

Morgan Villard – Level 1 & Level 2 (Melva Villard)

Syllabus and Files

ENTRY FORMS

Registration Form

All students must submit a registration form at least four (4) weeks prior to the initial testing date. A testing fee of $50 will be paid through PayPal at the time of registration.

Testing Form

The testing form must be submitted at least three (3) weeks prior to the selected testing date. No additional fees are required within the selected level.

Form for Retesting

Students who wish to retest one or more components must submit a retesting form at least three (3) weeks prior to the selected testing date. An additional fee of $10 per component will be paid through PayPal at the time of registration.

ADJUDICATION SHEETS will be emailed to teachers within 48 hours of testing, with the exception of Composition sheets, which will be mailed 48 hours after the next testing date.

AWARDS will be mailed directly to teachers by April 25th of each year for student recognition in spring recitals. Testing of all components must be completed by March 31st to be included in the April mailing.


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