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The Gulf Coast Steinway Society is a non-profit organization formed by Steinway Artist Dr. Kadisha Onalbayeva and other individuals united in their devotion to strive to promote fine music through education and performance. The Society is governed by a board of directors, who serve without compensation.  The purpose of the Society is to generate membership, donations, and fund raisers to further music education of young musicians along the Gulf Coast region which is based in Mobile, Alabama.  The GCSS offers the following: Scholarships Gulf Coast Steinway Piano and Vocal Competition and Concerto Competition which occurs annually Supporting music programs in public & private schools, colleges, and universities in need Musical events throughout the year at no charge which include: recitals, concerts, workshops, and master classes.
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Gulf Coast Steinway Society in the News
UofM Hosts Gulf Coast Steinway Society Music Competition Oct. 15 click here for story on Local15TV.com

2016 Piano and Voice Competition

October 14 - 15, 2016

GCSS 3rd Piano & Vocal

Competition 2018

TOTAL OF $7,225.00 IN PRIZES

AWARDED and

GCSS Concerto Competition

2018

Prize for the Ten Winners: 

Performance with the BCSS

Orchestra under the direction of

Maestro Claire Fox Hillard (Albany

Symphony)

The Gulf Coast Steinway Society is a non-profit organization formed by Steinway Artist Dr. Kadisha Onalbayeva and other individuals united in their devotion to strive to promote fine music through education and performance along the Gulf Coast region. The Gulf Coast Steinway Society Music Competition 2018 will take place at The University of Mobile, 5735 College Parkway, Mobile, Alabama, on Saturday, January 20th.  Its purpose is to give talented young students an opportunity to perform and to work with master teachers. Date of competition:  January 20, 2018 Application deadline in December 4, 2017
© Copyright Gulf Coast Steinway Society.  All Rights Reserved. Website design and hosting by North Mobile Internet Services, Inc.  
The Gulf Coast Steinway Society is a non-profit organization formed by Steinway Artist Dr. Kadisha Onalbayeva and other individuals united in their devotion to strive to promote fine music through education and performance. The Society is governed by a board of directors, who serve without compensation.  The purpose of the Society is to generate membership, donations, and fund raisers to further music education of young musicians along the Gulf Coast region which is based in Mobile, Alabama.  The GCSS offers the following: Scholarships Gulf Coast Steinway Piano and Vocal Competition and Concerto Competition which occurs annually Supporting music programs in public & private schools, colleges, and universities in need Musical events throughout the year at no charge which include: recitals, concerts, workshops, and master classes.
Gulf Coast Steinway Society
Click here to sign up for news & events emails
Gulf Coast Steinway Society in the News
UofM Hosts Gulf Coast Steinway Society Music Competition Oct. 15 click here for story on Local15TV.com

2016 Piano and Voice Competition

October 14 - 15, 2016

GCSS 3rd Piano & Vocal Competition 2018

TOTAL OF $7,225.00 IN PRIZES AWARDED and

GCSS Concerto Competition 2018

Prize for the Ten Winners:  Performance with the BCSS Orchestra under the

direction of Maestro Claire Fox Hillard (Albany Symphony)

The Gulf Coast Steinway Society is a non-profit organization formed by Steinway Artist Dr. Kadisha Onalbayeva and other individuals united in their devotion to strive to promote fine music through education and performance along the Gulf Coast region. The Gulf Coast Steinway Society Music Competition 2018 will take place at The University of Mobile, 5735 College Parkway, Mobile, Alabama, on Saturday, January 20th.  Its purpose is to give talented young students an opportunity to perform and to work with master teachers. Date of competition:  January 20, 2018 Application deadline in December 4, 2017