The Serbian International Piano Teachers Association International Piano Competition 2019

The Serbian International Piano Teachers Association International Piano Competition 2019 is a large-scale international music competition jointly organized by the International Piano Teachers Association and the International Piano Conference.

Contest Introduction

The Serbian International Piano Teachers Association International Piano Competition 2019 is a large-scale international music competition jointly organized by the International Piano Teachers Association and the International Piano Conference. At the same time, the competition is also a member of the Alink-Argerich Foundation. The Serbian International Piano Teachers Association International Piano Competition aims to provide all participants with a high-level playing opportunity to perform in front of world-class pianists, professors, critics and even ordinary audiences. At the same time, the competition organizing committee also Encourage and promote educational and social connections between young pianists and professional professors.

In 2019, the Serbian International Piano Teachers Association International Piano Competition is open to pianists all over the world, without any age limit; young emerging pianists who are pursuing future development and performance opportunities are encouraged to participate actively. I hope you can make great achievements! We look forward to you to come and participate in the boat of dreams, and show your style on this international stage!


Competition category

Piano

Competition place:

Serbia Novi Sad and around the world

Competing time:

June 27, 2019-July 03, 2019 (7 days in total)

 

Remarks: Registration information needs to be sent to the overseas organizing committee for review by international express at least 5-10 working days. It is recommended that players submit information to the International Piano Teachers Association 15 working days in advance to avoid delay.

Entry requirements

The competition is open to pianists of all ages, regardless of nationality.

Remarks:

Winners of previous competitions are not allowed to apply for this competition.

Jury composition

The judges of this competition are composed of internationally renowned musicians and pianists.

Remarks:

Participants' information will not be provided to the judges. The judges will judge the entries based on the principle of fairness and openness;

The judges have the right to interrupt overtime performances;

Jury students are not allowed to register;

The jury's right to judges belongs to the judges only;

The judges reserve the right not to award certain awards, as well as the right to share and special awards;

The jury's results are final and unquestionable.


Contest Introduction

The competition is sponsored by the International Piano Teachers Association and co-sponsored by the International Musicians Association and the Universal Music Federation. It aims to establish a diverse international communication platform for the piano industry. The competition is held every three years and is held in the member countries of the International Piano Teacher Association . At the same time, the competition organizing committee invites outstanding international performers and educators from Germany, China, Austria, Poland, the United States, Canada and other countries to be judges. During the event, in addition to the competition, guests are also invited to hold special lectures and concerts.


Tournament Jury

It will be composed of well-known singers, pianists, professors of music schools, conductors, art directors, opera directors, music producers, and music agents from around the world.


Registration requirements

1. The competition is divided into preliminary, final and finals. (The finals place is in Vienna)

2. On-site contestants need to arrive at the competition site one day in advance, sign in with valid documents, and determine the order of the contest by lottery. If they fail to register, the contestants will be deemed to have waived.

3. During the competition, players are required to wear formal attire.

4. After each round of competition, the organizing committee announces the list of players to be promoted.

5. The competition is divided into a professional group and an open group.

 

Participants

Professional group:

1. University group (undergraduate, junior college)

2. Graduate group

3. Teachers and actors

Open Group:

1. Children (6-12 years old)

2. Junior group (13 ~ 17 years old)

3. Adult group (over 18 years old)


Track requirements

Professional group:

Preliminary round: (two works, total time is no more than 8 minutes)

Skillful piano exercises (e.g., composers' works of Liszt, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Scriabin, etc.)

Polyphonic keyboard works during the Baroque period (such as works by composers such as Bach, D. Scarlatti, or small and medium-sized musical works, including those in the classical, romantic, and impressionist periods)

Final: (two works, total playing time not exceeding 18 minutes)

Large-scale musical works (periods are not limited) Allegro movements in the period of Classicism and Romanticism

Open Group:

Prepare two works and the preliminary finals must not be repeated

Children group

Preliminary round: choose a piece of music (within 5 minutes)

Final: choose one piece of music (within 8 minutes)

Junior group

Preliminary Round: Technical Etude or Minor Music (within 6 minutes)

Finals: Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven and other piano sonatas Allegro movements and small pieces or piano music works (within 10 minutes)

Adult group

Preliminary round: choose a piece of music (within 8 minutes)

Final: Select a piece of music (within 12 minutes)



Match time

Professional group: Mid-May each year

Open Team: Late May each year

(If there are too many registrations, individual groups will adjust the competition time according to the scene conditions)

Registration fee

According to the relevant regulations of each country




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