Curious if Solo-Ensemble.com would be useful for you? Here are a few common questions we get (and their answers!)


Pricing Details

Overview Solo-Ensemble.com is a web-based service that schools or other organizations use to manage a local Solo and Ensemble music contest (and soon other types of contests). It is not an installed software program; all of its functionality comes from internet web browser programs such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, or Google Chrome. The simple…

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What is a Solo and Ensemble Contest?

In the United States, middle and high school students attend local Solo and Ensemble contests hosted by various schools to prepare their students for regional and state-wide music performance contests. These local contests prepare the students by conducting each contest in the same manner as the regional and statewide events. In Texas, the regional and…

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How do I Get Started?

There are many details that go into conducting a successful Solo and Ensemble contest. The best way to get started is to participate in an existing contest in your area, either as a Band Director with students, or perhaps as a performance Judge. At a minimum, you should consider the size of the contest as…

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Do You Provide On-Site Support?

The software is capable of being operated by the Contest Director, school Band Directors, performance Judges, and (optionally) Accompanists with minimal training. New training materials are in development for each of these sections of the program. However the software can be used in a practice mode, so each of these types of users can become…

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Is Solo-Ensemble.com Expensive?

We believe that the Solo-Ensemble.com software provides exceptional value for the services it performs. Solo-Ensemble.com web software is available as an annual subscription, as low as $99 USD for a single school. For a subscription that includes hosting one or more small contests, the price is in the same range as the honorarium payment to…

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