Beat It! Instrumental Music

200.00

‘If music be the food of love, play on...’ This instrumental music competition encourages the contestants to exhibit their musical abilities and regale a captive audience. Calling all young instrumentalists to create some new music that not just plays some amazing tunes, but also moves the audience.

‘If music be the food of love, play on…’ This instrumental music competition encourages the contestants to exhibit their musical abilities and regale a captive audience. Calling all young

instrumentalists to create some new music that not just plays some amazing tunes, but also moves the audience.

Participants: Individual Eligibility: Grade 5 and 6
Duration: 5 minutes (including set up time and performance) Fees: Rs.200/-

Rules:

  • Indian or western instruments are allowed (only one instrument).
  • This is a solo performance. So, a participant cannot be accompanied while playing the instrument.
  • The instrument can be played to the tune of any English or Hindi movie song.
  • Only one entry will be accepted from each school.
  • The participants need to carry her/his own instrument.
  • The participant should carry requirements such as cords, extension board, and stand.
  • Exceeding the time limit will lead to immediate disqualification.

Judgement criteria:

  • Songs selection- 10
  • Creativity – 10
  • Rhythm/Beats- 10
  • Overall presentation – 10

General Rules

  • A student can participate in any two competitions and two workshops.   
  • Each participant and accompanying non-participant/s should carry a valid school identity card for inspection at the registration counter. You will be expected to produce your school/college identity card for inspection whenever asked to do so. 
  • The individual/team should report to the Event Coordinator at least 30 minutes before the scheduled time of the event. 
  • Any kind of weapon/s, sharp and objectionable objects and paraphernalia will be confiscated on the spot. 
  • Unruly behaviour, violence, offensive language, smoking on the premises and possession and use of abusive substances will lead to immediate disqualification of the entire contingent of the particular school from which the offending students are. 
  • The time limit for each competition must be adhered to. In case of noncompliance 
  • with the rules, points will be deducted for exceeding the time limit. 
  • The organizers of Viva reserve the right to admission, which may be revoked at any point of time without prior notice. 
  • The organizers reserve the right to alter the rules of any event. 
  • Please refer to the details given regarding grades, date, time and venue of the events. 
  • The decision of the judges will be final and binding on all. 
  • The points will be awarded as follows: 

Individual Event: 

1st Place = 5 

2nd Place = 3 

3rd Place = 1 

Team/Pair Event: 

1st Place = 10 

2nd Place = 7

 

Grades for Competitions and Workshops are bifurcated as follows:  

SECTION  COMPETITION  COMPETITION  WORKSHOP 
 Group Group 1  Group 2  COMMON 
PRE PRIMARY  PS & NUR  JR & SR  PS to SR 
PRIMARY  GR 1 & 2  GR 3 & 4  GR 1 to 4 
MIDDLE SCHOOL  GR 5 & 6  NA  GR 5 to 7 
SECONDARY  GR 7 & 8  GR 9 – 12  GR 8 to 12 

 

The Overall Winners and Runners Up will be declared on the day of Viva Grand Finale on 17th December 2023.  

Separate forms should be sent for each competition, workshop and sports event. Please refer to the forms given. 

No ‘on the spot’ entries will be accepted. 

Entries to competitions will be accepted on a ‘first come first served’ basis. 

No refund will be provided.  

Age Limit: Participation is open to all students from Pre-Primary to Junior College. 

All winners will receive awards in the form of certificates and trophies. 

You can email us at: viva@vgos.org