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TRIO PIANO, VIOLIN, CELLO 2018, April 10 to 15 31.000 euros, concerts, EPK Open to artists under 35 Jury : Natalia Gutman, cello (Munich), Emmanuel Hondré, concert managing director in Philharmonie (Paris), Sergey Kravchenko, violin (Moscow), Avedis Kouyoumdjian, piano (Wien), Niklas Schmidt, cello (Hambourg), Susan Tomes, piano (Edinburgh), Jean-Marc Philips-Varjabedian, violin (Paris) Rules, program, application form on www.cimcl.fr Final round Beethoven Triple concerto with Lyon Opera Orchestra conducted by Bernhard Kontarsky. Live streaming on NoMadMusic and broadcast on France musique.
54 rue du 1er mars 1943, Villeurbanne, F-69100, France
13th Banff International String Quartet Competition occurs triennially in Banff, Alberta, Canada August 26-September 1, 2019. Submissions open October 1, 2018 - March 1, 2019. Open to string quartets of all nationalities whose members are under the age of 35 on August 26, 2019. Prizes (CAD): 1st Prize worth over $3000,000 (cash prize; recital tours of North America & Europe; paid residency at SMU Meadows; Banff Centre residency; CD recording). 2nd & 3rd Place Prizes ($12,000 & $8,000 plus a Banff Centre residency). Quartets not advancing to finals each receive a $4,000 award.
Banff Centre, PO Box 1020, Station 23, 107 Tunnel Mountain Drive, Banff, Alberta, T1L 1H5, Canada
Catergories: Vn, va, vc, db. Eligibility: No age limit, open to all nationalities. Requirements: The aim of the competition is to reward instrument makers and bow makers whose work is most representative of modern-day craftsmanship. The Jury will judge contestants on maturity of style, dexterity of handiwork, and sound quality. Location: Paris. Dates: 2016 Frequency: Quinquennial.
Concours Internationaux de la Ville de Paris, ACDA, Usine Springcourt, 5 Passage Piver, F-75011 Paris, France
Overt $130,000 CAD in prizes. Transportation and accommodation provided by the CMIM. Eligibility: Candidates must be born January 1, 1983 or later for the 2018 Voice edition. Prizes: 1st prize CAN $80,000, plus other prizes, grants and engagements. Entry fees: CAN $150 (or equivalent in US funds). Location: Montreal. Dates: May 27 to June 5, 2019. Frequency: annual. 3 disciplines on alternating basis: Violin in 2019, Piano in 2020.
305 Mont-Royal East, Montreal, Quebec H2T 1P8, Canada
Open to students of library and information science and librarians within their first 5 yrs in music librarianship. Applicants must be resident in the UK or Republic of Ireland during the year of entry. £300 awarded for a significant contribution to the literature of music librarianship.
Location: tba Dates: Jun 2015. Closing date for applications: 4 May 2015. Frequency: Biennial.
14070 Proton Rd, Suite 100, LB 9, Dallas, TX 75244
Eligibility: No limitation as to nationality, sex or age. Prizes: EUR 15,000 for best vn; EUR 15,000 for best va; EUR 23,000 for best vc; EUR 23,000 for best db. Location: Cremona Dates: 4 sept - 11 Oct 2015 Frequency: Triennial.
Palazzo Dell’Arte, Piazza Marconi 5-26100 Cremona, Italy
Entry fees: EUR 100 for each inst; EUR 75 for each bow. Location: Mittenwald Dates: May.
Tourist-Information Mittenwald, Dammkarstr 3, D-82481 Mittenwald, Germany
Awarded for distinguished scholarship in music theater, dance and literary criticism since 1900 (inc opera). Requirements: Work must have been published first in 2011 or 2012. Prizes: $5,000 for books, $2000 for articles. Frequency: Biennial.
The Kurt Weill Foundation for Music, 7 East 20th St, New York, NY 10003-1106
3rd competition dedicated to Woodwind Quintets, 2017, April 19th to 23rd. 22.000 euros and many concerts. Member of World federation international music competition.
54 rue du 1er mars 1943, Villeurbanne, 69100, France
The purpose of the competition is “to encourage the communication of English words, with clarity, understanding and imagination”. The competition is open to young actors aged 18 to 23 who are in full or part time training at a recognized institution. Competitors are asked to present a themed programme to include at least one poem or sonnet, and prose from plays and literature, from any period, within a creative framework. First Prize – £1,000 – sponsored by Timothy West & Prunella Scales, Second Prize – £500, Third Prize – £250 The competition is held annually in early spring.
Ansells Farm, Alphamstone, Bures, Suffolk, CO8 5HN, United Kingdom
For more information, please see website. Requirements: Competitions of vns and bows. Location: Cleveland Renaissance Hotel, Cleveland, Ohio USA. Dates: 2014. Frequency: Biennial.
341 North Maitland Avenue, Suite 130, Maitland, FL 32751
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