The trustees of the Kerikeri International Piano Competition outline options for the future of the event at a public meeting in St James’ Church Hall at 5.30pm today. Feedback will be taken into account when a final decision is made in April. Trust chairwoman Sylvia Burch said the future of New Zealand’s only international piano competition was uncertain due to “stagnant” audience numbers and growing costs. It was difficult to replace trustees as they retired. The biennial competition was established in 1987.