The nominations are now closed

Due to the overwhelming number of worthy nominations submitted for the repertoire category, we have decided to split into two separate awards for classical and contemporary repertoire, bringing the total number of awards to five, including the Lifetime Achievement Award.

1. The best Classical piano repertoire book or series 

Nominated by the public and publishers; voted by the panel of experts.

The resource must be released in 2023 and available in print in the UK.

2. The best Contemporary piano repertoire book or series 

Nominated by the public and publishers; voted by the panel of experts.

The resource must be released in 2023 and available in print in the UK.

3. The best piano method book or educational series 

Nominated by the public and publishers; voted by the panel of experts.

The resource must be released in 2023 and available in print in the UK.

This nomination includes exam publications and support materials. 

4. The best educational publication 

Nominated by the public and publishers; voted by the panel of experts.

The resource must be released in 2023 and available in print in the UK.

This nomination includes books written about piano education and magazines.

5. The Lifetime Achievement Award 

Nominated and voted by the panel of experts.

Disclaimer

Andrew Eales: “It hopefully goes without saying that my own publications should not be nominated, and cannot be considered for this year’s awards. This is a matter of transparency, and a sacrifice which necessarily applies to those organising such Awards. That said, we hope that in future years many of these roles will rotate and pass to other experts in the field.”

Elena Cobb: ”As I am the event’s main organiser, the EVC Music publications will not be considered for the award.”

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