Congratulations to all the winners of the recently concluded Sonora Virtual Piano Competition! Below are the winners:

  • Category A1
    • 1st Prize: John Elijah Bendicion (CKC)
    • 2nd Prize: Aninaw Rikit Velasco (RY)
    • 3rd Prize: Rufino Lorenzo Rodriguez (MTN)
    • 4th Prize: Showne Yin (AYS)
    • 5th Prize: Jin Shi (AYS)
    • Premyo Tiklado: Aninaw Rikit Velasco (RY)
  • Category A2
    • 1st Prize: Daniel Jehremiah Asis (AYS)
    • 2nd Prize: Caitlyn Stephanie Yu (CKC)
    • 3rd Prize: Ella Gabrielle Gaw (AYS)
    • 4th Prize: Ciana Maddison Santos (RRU)
    • 5th Prize: Nevaeh Camryn Siy (CKC)
    • Premyo Tiklado: Daniel Jehremiah Asis (AYS)
  • Category B1
    • 1st Prize: Zion Montebon (AYS)
    • 2nd Prize: Benedict Magboo (AYS)
    • 3rd Prize: Lian Elyse Sy (CKC)
    • 4th Prize: Katrina Lorenzana (GP)
    • 5th Prize: Catherine Li (AYS)
    • Premyo Tiklado: Zion Montebon (AYS)
  • Category B2
    • 1st Prize: Aidan Ezra Baracol (AYS)
    • 2nd Prize: Shawn Darren Chua (GP)
    • 3rd Prize: Micah Tehinnah Tan (DA)
    • Premyo Tiklado: Aidan Ezra Baracol (AYS)
  • Category C
    • 1st Prize: Harold Guilang (NMI)
    • 2nd Prize: Jason Matthew Tung (RMS)
    • 3rd Prize: Jedidiah Caychingco (ZZ)
    • Premyo Tiklado: Harold Guilang (NMI)

You will be receiving an e-mail within the day. Congratulations to all the winners!

The board of judges are as follows: Jeremiah Padilla (chair), Mary Anne Espina, Mariel Ilusorio, and Ruby Salvosa.

  • TEACHER LEGEND (in alphabetical order by first name)
    • AYS – Anthony Say
    • CKC – Carolyn Cheng
    • DA – Denzel Abarquez
    • GP – Gabriel Paguirigan
    • MTN – Melissa Nartatez
    • NMI – Najib Ismail
    • RMS – Raul Sunico
    • RRU – Reubel Uy
    • RY – Regidor Yumul
    • ZZ – Zandro Zulueta


The sudden rise of Covid-19 cases has greatly affected our daily lives once again. We understand that staying safe indoors is tantamount since we want to steer clear from this surge.

It has been agreed upon by both chairpersons and the board that our events will be moved. See the dates below:


  • Submission of videos: 20 March 2022
  • Screening (Audition): 21 – 27 March 2022
  • Piano Festival: 24 April 2022 / 1 May 2022


  • Submission of videos: 3 June 2022
  • Adjudication / Deliberation: 4 – 6 June 2022
  • Winners’ Concert and Awarding Ceremonies: 12 June 2022


The following participants have been chosen for the Amateur Division of the Singapore International Piano Competition.

    • Children Class B
      • Ella Gaw
    • Youth Class B
      • Zion Montebon
    • Young Adult Class
      • Moriah Ongchoco
    • Bach Class
      • Akira Nikolai Decena
    • Beethoven Class
      • Jason Tung
      • William Matthew Lim
    • Chopin Class
      • Olivia Rush
      • William Mathew Lim
    • Liszt Class
      • Jason Tung
    • Contemporary Class
      • Yu Hsiang Hsiao

The PTGPFI will be sending you an e-mail later tonight for reminders. Please be reminded that the registration fee PER CATEGORY is PHP 10,000. You may deposit your payment through our SECURITY BANK Account. Account Name: Piano Teachers’ Guild of the Philippines Foundation, Inc. Account number: 171-031393-001. Please send the transaction slip or a screenshot of the online transaction to

Congratulations and good luck in the finals!

2019 Romantic and Kasilag Piano Competition

The Piano Teachers’ Guild of the Philippines Foundation Inc. invites you to participate in its 2019 Romantic and Kasilag Piano Competition.

This competition aims to feature piano works of Dr. Lucrecia Kasilag, National Artist in Music and a co-founder of the Piano Teachers’ Guild of the Philippines.

Competition guidelines, suggested works and application form may be downloaded from the links below:

If you have any questions, feel free to email

PTGPFI 2017 Sonatina – Sonata Competition Guidelines and Application Form

The Piano Teachers’ Guild of the Philippines Foundation Inc., invites you to join its Sonatina-Sonata Competition.

This competition aims to revisit and re-familiarize the sonatinas and sonatas of the great composers including the performance and pedagogical practice as well. It also aims to explore these types of works from other equally great composers including those written by Filipino composers.

Competition guidelines and application form may be downloaded from the links below:

PTGPFI 2017 Sonatina-Sonata Competition Application Form

PTGPFI 2017 Sonatina-Sonata Competition Guidelines (UPDATED)

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