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AMMA Diploma
(Jury) Program

AMMA juries are designed to help music students stay motivated and grow as a musician. Participants play against a standard of excellence and do not compete with others.  With 6 different levels for each instrument, the AMMA Jury Program offers a sequenced program for students from beginners to advanced players. This program inspires excellence and is a great way to receive assessment and feedback.

Rules and Regulations

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  • All juries are held online.

  • Eligible instruments: 

- Piano

- Strings: violin, viola, cello

- Winds: flute, clarinet

  • Requirements:
    Piano: Technical Requirement and 3 Contrasting pieces
    (requires memorization)
    Strings: Technical Requirement(s) and 2 Contrasting pieces
    (requires memorization)
    Winds: Technical Requirement(s) and 2 Contrasting pieces

  • Eligibility: By level (no age limit)

  • Annual Jury Submission:

- Submit your recording between June 10 and August 10, 2024.

  • Online audition platform: YouTube 

  • YouTube Video Naming Rules:

- Title: AMMA Jury 2024 – Full name, Instrument, Level

- Example of Correct Video Title: AMMA Jury 2024 - Anna Kim, Piano, Level 3

- Description box: Full title of pieces, movement if applicable (Roman numeral),    

 Composer Names (first initial and full last name)  

- Correct description box example:

 1. Technique: A major scale and arpeggio

 2. Prelude in C Major, BWV 939, J. S. Bach

 3. Sonatina in G, Op. 36, No. 2, I., M. Clementi

 4. Album for the Young, Op. 39, No. 21 Sweet Dreams (Daydream), 

       P. I. Tchaikovsky


  • Videos must be taken horizontally (landscape).

  • Save/publish the video’s visibility to UNLISTED.

  • Videos will not be accepted if they are not titled/described according to the rules above.

  • All videos must be taken within the past 10 months (From August, 2023)

  • For pianists, participants’ faces, hands, feet with pedals as well as the keyboard, must be visible for the entirety of the video.

  • For all other instrumentalists, participants’ faces and fingers must be visible for the entirety of the video. 

  • Video recording MUST be a one-take; editing, such as cutting and merging multiple takes, is prohibited. No editing of any kind is allowed.  Each piece must be recorded in one continuous take.  You must put together all of the pieces into a single link.

  • Formal and appropriate attire must be worn; otherwise, the video will not be accepted.

  • Piano accompaniment is required for all pieces that have an existing accompaniment part.  You may also use pre-recorded tracks.

  • The applicant must prepare the movement or piece in its entirety (no cuts).

  • You may skip or repeat levels as necessary.

  • In order to be eligible for an AMMA Diploma, you must pass a level 6 jury.  


  • Upon successfully passing a level, you will be awarded a certificate electronically in PDF format. 

  • E-certificates will be distributed by August 31, 2024.

Application Link

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Application Fees (Including processing fees)

Jury Level

Application Fee

Level  1


Level 2


Level 3


Level 4


Level 5


Level 6


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