The competition winner will receive a full tuition scholarship to Metalworks Institute’s two-year Music Performance and Technology program (Keyboard Major), which has a value of $38,900.
The competition winner will join some of Canada’s most promising musicians and the award-winning professional faculty at Metalworks Institutes’ Mississauga campus, adjacent to world-famous Metalworks Studios.
The competition winner’s school will receive a Roland Jupiter-80 keyboard valued at $5,000, courtesy of Roland Canada.
The entrants must be a student at a Canadian high school.
They will be required to submit a solo video less than 4 minutes length, performing any style of music, on any type of keyboard.
Deadline for submissions is November 30 and the winner will be announced on December 14.
The KEYS Competition is sponsored by Roland Canada.
To get more information, including Competition Rules and to enter the Metalworks Institute KEYS Competition, visit www.mwikeys.com.
For more information on Metalworks Institute, visit www.metalworksinstitute.com.