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Monster Concert
October 9, 2022
The winner of the October 2022
Monster Concert T-Shirt Design is:

Ryan Lin, age 8

Student of Oksana Shpringman
The runner up of the October 2022
Monster Concert T-Shirt Design is: 

Matthew Zhang, age 10
Student of Grace Yin









"Don't Stop Believin'" - 2 Pianos, 8 Hands       "Clap Your Hands" - 1 Piano, 4 Hands










     "out...standing" - 1 Piano, 6 Hands                             Group photo of all performers
























Monster Concert

Sunday, October 9, 2022

Deadline to register:  Sunday, September 10, 2022  
Mandatory Rehearsal:  Saturday, October 8, 2022
1:30 pm-3:00 pm Elementary
3:00 pm-4:30pm Intermediate
4:30 pm-6:00pm Advanced
Concert: Sunday, October 9, 2022, 2:00 pm 
Location:  Lacefield Music, 112 Chesterfield Valley Drive, Chesterfield, MO 63005

The Monster Piano Concert is a unique performing experience for piano students and their friends and family. The event features multiple performers on multiple pianos simultaneously playing ensemble repertoire with a conductor.  



SLAMTA piano teachers, their students and their families are welcome to participate.  Piano teachers who are not members of SLAMTA may also participate at a higher registration fee.* 



SLAMTA Member Fees:

  • $25 for each performer 

  • $25 for each teacher 


Non-Member* Participant Fees:

  • $50 for each performer

  • $50 for each teacher 


*If you would like to become a member of SLAMTA, please contact Sharla Anderson at for details.​


  • Note in memo of check or PayPal "October 2022 Monster Concert"






Fill out a Registration Form and email to and/or mail to Sharla Anderson, 2714 Lemay Ferry Road, St. Louis, MO 63125 by September 10, 2022.

You will need to choose from the Repertoire List, which can be purchased online or in person at Midwest Sheet Music.




1. We encourage younger students to be paired with an adult or advanced student. Parents and teachers are welcome and encouraged to perform with their students at any of the levels, but especially the Elementary/Late Elementary pieces.

2. Be able to perform at the designated/published tempo marks.

3. Implement the printed expression marks

4. Follow a conductor while playing

5. Make necessary changes based on the conductor’s instructions.


It is the teacher's responsibility to see that their students are fully prepared.


Concert is free to the public


As this is not an adjudicated event, music selections are intended to be accessible and entertaining to encourage more participation. Students may select one or all of the pieces listed in their division! In some cases, students may find themselves able or wanting to play in other divisions. Students, though, must be able to play at suggested performance tempo.


Every year we have a t-shirt designed to commemorate the Monster Concert.  Students are welcome to enter the contest and submit a picture of their artwork to slamta.monsterconcertchair@gmail.comEntries are due by Sunday, September 10, 2022.  

Chair: Sharla Anderson


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