Call for Scores 2022: Piano

Are you a composer? Do you have piano compositions sitting around, not being played by anyone other than yourself? Then why not submit them for a chance to have them performed on YouTube?


call for piano scores


If you watch my YouTube channel, then you would know that every now and then, I like to sight-read pieces that I’ve never played before. To spice things up a bit, I’ve decided to invite ALL LIVING COMPOSERS to submit their piano compositions which I will then sight-read in future videos on YouTube, spread out over time.


This would be a great opportunity for you to get your music played, for the audience to hear new music and also for me to sight-read pieces I’ve never played before.


Please note that since I will be sight-reading, don’t expect a perfect rendition of your composition. Having said that, I’ll do my best to play the piece as accurately and as musically as I can.


Call for piano scores

I’m inviting ALL LIVING COMPOSERS to submit their piano compositions.


Please send them to my email at


ALL piano scores will be accepted regardless of your age, nationality, gender or experience. To submit your piano compositions, please follow the guidelines below.


Guidelines for submission:

– The piece should be no longer than 5 minutes.

– The piece must not be for prepared piano (I would need a grand piano which I don’t have).

– The piece can be in ANY style – classical, romantic, jazz, modern, pop, etc.

– Include a title and a short description of the piece (if relevant).

– Include your name (or pseudonym, if you prefer).

– The piece must be notated digitally (NOT handwritten) and sent as a PDF.

– The piece must NOT be under copyright otherwise I may not be able to play it on YouTube.

– There is NO deadline for submission.


Please send no more than 3 pieces at a time. If you have any questions, please email me at


I look forward to receiving and sight-reading your compositions! I will notify you when your music is published on YouTube.



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    Emmanuelle Fonsny

    Emmanuelle Fonsny, or Manu, is a piano and violin teacher, composer and accompanist based in Sydney, Australia. She is passionate about sharing her love of music and her sight-reading and practice tips to help other pianists become more confident sight-readers.



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