Violin: Category up to 16 years, 1 August

1) one Caprice solo
2) one virtuoso piece (max.10´)
3) Ludwig v. Beethoven, 1st movement of a sonata or Romanze
4) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1st movement of concert KV. 216, 218, 219

Violin: Category 17-30 years, 1st selection July 31st

1) Johann Sebastian Bach: 2 movements from a solo sonata, a partita (except chaconne) or from a solo sonata by Ysaye
2) Niccolò Paganini: a caprice from op. 1
3) Ludwig v. Beethoven: a 1st movement from the sonatas
4) 3 questions from Leopold Mozart's Violin School (1756), selected from the chapters:
1. main section, 3rd section: "Musical Art Words"
2. main part, bow line § 6, (4th-5th)
4. Main section, up and smear § 15, § 38
7. main piece, line styles
5. Principal piece, tone & legato § 5-15
6. main piece, articulation § 7, 9
9. Main piece, suggestion, intermediate strike, lookup § 1, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 12, 19, 20, 27, 30
10. Main Piece, Trills § 6, 11
12. Main Piece, Emphasis, Articulation and Interpretation § 9, 10, 14, 19

Final selection, August 2nd

1) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1st movement + cadence from the violin concertos KV 218, 219
2) Ludwig v. Beethoven, 2nd movement from the Violin Concerto in D major
3) A 3rd movement from one of the following violin concertos: Bruch, Brahms, Dvořák, Khatchaturian, Lalo, Mendelssohn, Paganini, Prokoffjew, Saint-Saëns, Sibelius, Tchaikovsky, Wieniawsky

Viola: Category up to 17 years

1) Beethoven, Notturno
2) Hoffmeister, Stamitz or Rolla, Concert
3) virtuoso piece

Viola: Categorie from 18 years

1) Beethoven, Notturno
2) Bartok, Hindemith or Walton, Concert
3) virtuoso piece

Cello: 2. August

1) A sentence from a suite by J.S.Bach
2) a caprice for cello solo
3) a fast and a slow movement from a sonata by L.v. Beethoven
4) first movement from a cello concerto

Concert of the finalists, 3 August, 7.30 pm in St. Pölten

Depending on the decision of the jury, the candidates have to submit the works in part or in full. With the exception of the sonatas, all works are memorized by heart! All performances are public. The decisions of the jury are final. The Ost-West Musikfest has the right to make and publish pictures, videos and sound recordings without financial demands of the participants. The award winners are obliged to participate in the prize-winning concert without remuneration. We assume no liability for damages to instruments or the property of the participants. There are ONLY Urtext editions allowed! NO edits by: Joachim, Yampolsky or others!

Registration

1.

Registration Form

Please download our registration form in Word or PDF format.

2.

send via Mail

Please send us the completed form by 1 June 2018 to: musikfest@gmx.at

3.

Competition fee 150 €

Please transfer the participation fee to 1 June 2018:
Musikförderungsverein Ost-West Musikfest
IBAN: AT87 1100 0064 4346 8100
BIC: BKAUATWW

Jury

Alexander Arenkow
Alexander Arenkow

Violin

Jose Luis Benavides
Jose Luis Benavides

Violin

Tatiana Berkul
Tatiana Berkul

Violin

Marcello Defant
Marcello Defant

Violin

Chenxing Huang
Chenxing Huang

Violin

Raissa Musachodshaewa
Raissa Musachodshaewa

Violin

Roberto Sechi
Roberto Sechi

Violin

Takashi Shimizu
Takashi Shimizu

Violin

Mari Tampere-Bezrodny
Mari Tampere-Bezrodny

Violin

Alexander Vinnitzky
Alexander Vinnitzky

Violin

Gernot Winischhofer
Gernot Winischhofer

Violin

Michael Kugel
Michael Kugel

Viola

Silva Sondeckiene
Silva Sondeckiene

Cello

Vytautas Sondeckis
Vytautas Sondeckis

Cello

Location

Musicschool St. Pölten "Villa in the Southpark"
Maria Theresia-Straße 23, A-3100 Sankt Pölten

Prices

1st - 3rd Price

In the first and second categories, the places 1-3 are given.

Diplomas

All winners will receive a diploma with a distinction of the achieved place.