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Chamber music is divided into three age categories: Group A under 12 years oldGroup B 13 - 18 years old and Group C 19 years old and older. The final selections of winners are based solely on the same recordings submitted. Multiple winners will be chosen in each age category.
A selected group of winners will receive an invitation to debut at the Wiener Saal, Mozarteum Salzburg on Sunday, August 30th and Monday, August 31st, Salzburg is the birthplace of the 18th-century composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Winners who receive an invitation to play at the winners' concert, and decide to decline the invitation and not travelwill receive their prize diploma by mail. Our competition wants to encourage young musicians to perform and grow.
We believe that our competition can offer many benefits to our participants, and help to build their confidence and realize their dreams. Our purpose is to discover artists of outstanding personality and provide awards, which can help to launch international careers. The aim of our special prizes is to find performers with a strong artistic personality and stage presence. The emphasis is therefore not on the purely technical aspect of the performance, but also on the artistic charisma of the performer.
All these concerts and projects are remunerated and part of the competition. For more information on the latest concerts and projects, please visit the " Special Prizes" page here. Special prizes may be granted based on the artistic director recommendations during live performances. View more.In light of the global Covid pandemic and the related personal safety issues, we regret to announce that the 22nd edition of the competition scheduled for 6 - 13 June this year has been postponed to The organisers of the Competition are extremely disappointed to have to postpone this event, in particular given that candidates will be unable to perform works which they have studied.
Preparation of the Competition takes place over the course of a full year and we wish to thank the commitment of our partners who have worked on this edition the town of Maisons-Laffitte, the jury, the concert organisers, editors, music suppliers, hosting families, our team of volunteers and service providers. We look forward to welcoming you 5—12 June We will be contacting candidates who have already registered for the Competition very shortly.
In our virtual world, with its glittering allure of effortless accessibility, mastery of an instrument like the piano lies in perseverance, reflection and the search for perfection and beauty, so vital to us all.
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In an exceptional environment Maisons-Laffitte near Paris Malesherbes theater For the auditions and the final. The winners of the competition. Samedi 08 Juin - 20h Concours We had a wonderful festival and competition this year, we appreciate all of your efforts and performances to contribute to this year's events.
We will invite selected performers from the top prize winners to perform at tonight's Winner's Concert. We look forward to seeing you at today's Winner's Concert and Award Ceremony! Sincerely yours. The Committee Team. Lansum International Music Festival. It will be an exciting moment that we will announce at this concert tonight: who are our top winners of their competition categories.
We would like to invite our contestants to attend the Show with the minutes per person to present their talent through their best part of the best music! Our Lansum Music Festival Concert director will provide comments to our contestants, and judge their talent. In the meanwhile the audience will vote who is their first, second and third of the Most Talent Young Musician, and we will account the result in the end and post the winners of the Best Audience Award on the website.
Thanks for sharing the wonderful evening with us! Our Lansum Music Festival Improvisation director and our competition judges who are on the stage will provide comments to our contestants, and judge their talent. In the meanwhile the audience will vote who is their first, second and third of the Most Talent Young Musician, and we will account the result in the end and announce the winners of the Best Audience Award. Dear Musicians. The competition is open up to 28 years old young musicians.
If you have any concerns or questions, please contact us at info laipc. Thanks to all and best wishes. Home About us Our Mission. Please join us at our summer competition in August.Application info will be posted here in the summer of Congratulations to the Winners! View a full list. Congratulations to the Finalists!
Kaufman Music Center offers many opportunities for advanced young musicians. Learn more about our intensive Young Artists Program ; Face the Musica teen new music program; and Special Music Schoola K program that teaches music as a core subject. Needs to include at least one fast-paced work. Semi-Final Round : Up to 25 minutes 1. One Baroque polyphonic piece 3. One or more pieces at the participant's discretion Finals : Up to 40 minutes 1.
One Classical sonata, all movements 2. One or more pieces at the participant's discretion Please note that the following works must be included in competition repertoire, in either semifinal or final round: 1. One or more compositions from the Romantic era 2. One Contemporary piece, written after One work from semi-final round may be repeated Works from preliminary round can be performed at the semifinal or the final round.
Semi-Final Round : Up to 20 minutes 1. One Baroque polyphonic work 2. One or more pieces at the participant's discretion Finals: Up to 25 minutes 1. A Classical sonata or first or last movement 2. One or more compositions from the Romantic era 3. One or more Contemporary pieces, written after One work from semi-final round may be repeated. Works from preliminary round can be performed at the semifinal or the final rounds.
Semi-Final Round : Up to 15 minutes 1. One or more pieces at the participant's discretion Finals: Up to 20 minutes 1.Beginning with the second competition, ina cello category was added, and the vocal division was introduced during the third competition in Ina fifth category was announced for the IX International Tchaikovsky Competition — a contest for violin makers which was held before the main competition.
Inthe Competition was first held in two cities, Moscow and St. The 15 thjubilee competition was timed to the th anniversary of the birth of the great Russian composer.
Inthe International Tchaikovsky Competition reached its 60th anniversary. Throughout its history, the Competition has given international fame to outstanding representatives of the performing arts of the modern era. An artistic competition is a traditional starting point for gifted young musicians as it gives them a chance to encounter the admiration of an audience, be initiated into the worldwide professional community, and start a brilliant international career.
The competition was held in Moscow and St. Petersburg from June 17 to June 29, A winner of the Tchaikovsky Competition holds one of the most respected titles there is. I warmly congratulate all of the victors and wish you ongoing success. There is simply no doubt that you will achieve it.
Your skill and talent will open the doors to leading concert halls and theatres. Everything will be done to ensure that the Competition takes place in an open and friendly atmosphere, so that the young people coming to the Competition feel comfortable. This is our commitment, we have promised it, and we will definitely make it happen. The audience for the Competition has grown unbelievably. And this is a fantastic result. The broadcasts have raised its profile, increased awareness of the Competition throughout the world of music, and will draw future competitors to it.
As any athlete looks forward to the Olympics, any musician looks forward to this unique contest, the International Tchaikovsky Competition. I was inspired by the playing of all the contestants, especially in the final performances with an orchestra when the musician must showcase his individuality. There is no time then to discuss details the way you might with your pianist. There is just a single rehearsal where you have to work out how to take things with the orchestra in hand and give the most effective performance possible.
I congratulate not only those who made the finals, but also all the participants. The standard was exceptional. The professional level of the competitors was extraordinarily high. I am very pleased with the results of the Competition. Co-Chair of the Organizing Committee. The International Tchaikovsky Competition is one of the major events in the international music community.
The main purpose of the musical competition is revealing new talent. In Russia the Competition is considered a landmark of national musical culture. Each of its editions is one of the key events in the social and cultural life of the country.The Competition will be open to pianists ages During the Competition, information regarding contestants and their progress will be available on this page.
The entire competition will be streamed live on our website. Recordings from past competitions are available. Prior Years. Submitted repertoire is subject to approval by the Competition Artistic Committee. However, no piece that has been performed live on stage during the Competition may be repeated during any subsequent rounds of Competition.
Not to exceed 15 minutes total. No Time Timit. Round One: Two pieces. The sonata movement should be competition-appropriate. No slow movements, and no repeats. Not to exceed 12 minutes total.
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Final Round: Free choice, not to exceed 15 minutes. Round One : Two or more pieces. A virtuoso etude; and free choice for the remainder of the program. Total time must be between 20 and 25 minutes. Finalists will get orchestral rehearsal time, as well as time with the conductor.
Growing up in Switzerland, Mr. Levy entered the Geneva Conservatory at the age of fifteen and earned both Bachelor and Master Degrees while studying with renowned pianist and pedagogue Louis Hiltbrand, and a doctorate in performance studying with Maria Tipo.
He is active as a soloist and collaborative artist, having performed all across the United States. He has also given solo recitals in Europe, South America, and Asia. Phillips is an active recording artist and champion of living composers. Recent releases include American Vernacular: New Music for Solo Piano New Focus Recordings,featuring commissioned works written for him on that theme by 10 American composers, and Impressions Blue Griffin Records,a collection of 21 st century character pieces by living American composers.
His newest release, Shift Panoramic Recordings,features world premiere recordings of works by eight living women composers.
Myrthala Salazar was born in Monterrey, Mexico. She began her piano studies at the age of five. At nine years old she became a student of Mtro. Tkaczewski received prestigious title- Ambassador of Tarnow, for promoting his hometown in the world. He received Medal of Merit to Polish Culture. The competition rounds will take place at San Jose State University. Competition rounds are open to the public and are free of charge to attend.
Please read this document in its entirety before applying to the Competition. However, the San Jose International Piano Competition reserves the right to make changes if circumstances dictate. The competition daily schedule may be revised in order to adjust for the number of contestants. Note: the competition organizers do not dictate the specific number of contestants who proceed to subsequent rounds, as the jury makes this decision.
All contestants are encouraged to check the competition website prior to making travel arrangements. A list of accepted contestants shall be posted on our website on May 1, Printable Version Close Daily Schedule. In order for us to continue on our mission, we need your support.