International Piano-e-Competition
APPLICATION FORM (E)

APPLICATION FORM (R)

APPLICATION FORM (CH)
(contains rules and repertoire requirements)


As we navigate these difficult times, we at Musicians In Debut International continue to work on creating valuable performance experiences for young musicians everywhere. While the format of the competition is adjusted to minimize travel and to keep our contestants and audiences safe, we continue to uphold our trademark commitment to quality and integrity and to utilize technology to promote great art of piano performance.

APPLICATION RECORDING:

YOUNG ARTIST:
  • First Movement of a Classical Sonata (Beethoven, Mozart, Haydn, Clementi)
  • Any fast Virtuoso Etude
  • Applicant's Choice (solo only, no concertos)


  • ASPIRE:
  • First Movement of a Classical Sonata (Beethoven, Mozart, Haydn, Clementi)
  • Any fast Virtuoso Etude
  • Applicant's Choice (solo only, no concertos)

  • SPARK:
  • Any fast Virtuoso Etude
  • Applicant's Choice (solo only, no concertos)
  • COMPETITION REPERTOIRE:

    The Repertoire must follow the requirements of the category for which a contestant is applying. Contestants have a choice of how to divide their repertoire into two rounds. Only solo repertoire please, no concertos.

    Young Artist (total up to 60 min of music), Repertoire must include the following selections:

  • Any Prelude and Fugue from WTC OR Prelude from English Suite by J. S. Bach
  • First Movement of a Classical Sonata by Beethoven, Haydn, Mozart or Clementi
  • Variations Serieuses Op. 54 by Mendelssohn OR 32 Variations WoO 80 by Beethoven*
  • Aspire (total up to 40 min of music), repertoire must include the following selections:

  • First Movement of a Classical Sonata by Beethoven, Haydn or Mozart
  • One Moment Musicaux or Impromptu by Schubert*
  • Spark (total up to 20 min of music), repertoire must include the following selections:

  • Any one Invention or Sinfonia by J. S. Bach
  • Any Song Without Words by Mendelssohn*
  • Only solo repertoire is allowed. All repertoire must be performed from memory. Contestants will virtually perform both rounds in the competition (First round is a non-elimination round).

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