COMPETITION RULES

The organization of training

The questions of choice and performing of programme

 

The Committee will provide the participants with practice-rooms. Each participant has a right for one rehearsal in the Competition Hall for not less than 15 min.

The Organizing Committee must be informed by Application about participant's intend to perform Bach's and Mozart's pieces in authentic manner. Otherwise the Organizing Committee doesn't guarantee availability of a proper instrument (a harpsichord or a "Hammerklavier" ) and an accompanist.

At the IV Round the participant should perform either solo part of J.S.Bach's Brandenburg concerto no.6 according to the Jury's choice. The participant will be informed of Jury's choice no later than the evening before his performance.

The piano version of the Schnittke's "Monolog" will be sent no later than October 1, 1997. The cost of the clavier and the post expenses should be paid by the competitor.

 

Accommodation

The Organizing Committee will provide the competitors with accommodation in the Conservatoire hostel free of charge or in a hotel at the expense of the competitors.

The Organizing Committee will provide competitors with accompanists and ensemble partners if required. The competitor needs to indicate it in the aplication form.

The competitors have the right to play with their own accompanists who will be provided with accommodation in the Conservatoire hostel free of charge or in a hotel at the expense of the competitor.

 

The right for audio and video-recording

The Organizing Committee has the exclusive right for audio recording and Radio and TV broadcasting of the Competition performance during all rounds, for shooting films and video films and also for the subsequent world-wide distribution. No royalties will be paid to the participants.


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