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APPLICATION DEADLINE
15th of December 2016

REPERTOIRE

1st ROUND
[PRELIMINARY] – DURATION 30'

13-14-15 January 2017

1. J. S. Bach – One Prelude and Fugue (for 4 or 5 parts)
2. W. A. Mozart or J. Haydn – One fast movement from a Sonata
3. F. Chopin – One Étude from op. 10 or op. 25
4. F. Liszt or S. Rachmaninoff or A. Scriabin or C. Debussy or I. Stravinsky – One virtuoso Étude

 

2nd ROUND
[SEMIFINAL] – DURATION 60 ́ ́ 

16 & 17 January 2017

1. L. van Beethoven – One Sonata
2. F. Schubert or F. Mendelssohn or F. Chopin or R. Schumann or J. Brahms or F. Lizst or S. Rachmaninoff or P. Tchaikovsky - One substantial work or complete opus
3. 20 or 21 century* – One work by an important composer of the competitor’s choice.

* See REGULATIONS (article 3 paragraph 5 – Repertoire)

 

3rd ROUND
[FINAL] 

20 January 2017

One Concerto from the following:
Mozart: KV 466, 467, 488, 491
Chopin: 1st , 2nd
Brahms 1st
Grieg
Saint-Saens 2nd
Bartók 3rd
Beethoven: 3rd , 4th , 5th
Schumann
Liszt 1st, 2nd
Tchaikovsky 1st
Rachmaninoff 2nd, 3rd
Prokofiev 1st , 3rd

 

- ALL PROGRAMMES MUST BE PERFORMED FROM MEMORY
- UNPUBLISHED WORKS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED

 

PRIZES

1st PRIZE*:
Cash award of 5.000€
Engagement with the Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra (soloist in a concerto)
Solo recital in another European country
Solo recital in the Thessaloniki Concert Hall (Megaron)
Solo recital in another Greek city 

*The Jury may not award the 1st Prize at its sole discretion.

2nd PRIZE 
Cash award of 3.500€ 
Solo recital in Athens
Solo recital in Thessaloniki, sponsored by the Friends of TSSO.

3rd PRIZE
Cash award of 2.000€
Solo recital in Thessaloniki, sponsored by the Friends of the TSSO HONORARY AWARD**
Cash award of 2.000€ to the best Greek competitor (owner of a Greek passport of identification card) 
Engagement with the Thessaloniki City Symphony Orchestra (soloist in a concerto)

** Not awarded, if the best Greek competitor receives one of the three (3) prizes. PRIZES ARE INDIVISIBLE

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