external competitions- in order of due date
The Music Settlement, 11125 Magnolia Dr., Cleveland, Ohio 44106
three awards- high school, adults, and emerging artists, and also an audition for inclusion in the masterclass. And alternate years, a piccolo competition.
Alexander & Buono International, Inc.
244 Madison Avenue, Suite 300, New York, NY 10016
Deirdre McArdle, Artistic Director- email : email@example.com
call 917-291-0143 with questions/comments
(Known as 'the competition with heart' The Alexander & Buono International Flute Competition offers first place winners, in the Elementary, Middle School, High School, College, Professional and Adult Amateur divisions, the opportunity to perform at Weill Recital hall at Carnegie Hall. ABC Flute has no age requirements in any division.)
Two age categories - up to 18 and 18-30, every year I think
jmEvents C.P. 13 - 63, Bucharest 13, Romania
Phone: +40 740 759 566 Fax: +40 21 323 66 00 office@jmEvents.ro
For any conservatory-wide competition, there will most likely be a preliminary round within the wind, brass and percussion department. Professor Rosen coordinates the wind brass and percussion preliminary competitions as needed. He usually issues an email announcing the competition and stating the information that must be sent to him: names (including collaborative pianists etc), title of piece, movement names as appropriate, composer, composer dates, duration of piece and anything else you think relevant.
COMMENCEMENT RECITALS in Finney
Students must be within six hours of graduation. Students may be considered for the commencement recitals only once.
Students appearing on the commencement recitals are chosen by division (or departments when appropriate. Auditions usually take place towards the end of the spring semester.
Distribution: Winds, Brass and Percussion – 3 studentsrelevant bits from the extensive rules etc:
c. Should any department have more outstanding students than the allocation system will allow it to present, that department may choose ensembles in place of a soloist providing that all members of the ensemble are eligible seniors or fifth year students. Up to seventeen students or groups may be selected with a maximum performance time each of eight minutes. Each listed category must average eight minutes per performer.
d. Accompanists, assistants, or participants should, in most cases, be seniors or persons who have already received permission to stay during Commencement because of other commitments. No room and board will be provided for non‐seniors.
ORIENTATION RECITAL in Finney
Performers to be selected by the Orientation Program Committee via auditions. DEADLINES: The auditions will take place during the spring semester's reading period. Deadlines are usually a week or two earlier.
dates for Fall
Final Round 1: reading days
Round 2 (if necessary): reading days
Final Round 1: reading days
Round 2 (if necessary): reading days.
OBERLIN CONSERVATORY SENIOR CONCERTO COMPETITION
seniors only (4th or 5th year in case of double degree, but the student may only compete once)
1. Competition to appear as soloist with the Oberlin Orchestra or the Chamber Orchestra is open to Oberlin Conservatory and College seniors officially enrolled in a degree program and to diploma students in their final year who are registered for applied instruction and who have been recommended by their teacher of applied music. Five-‐year students may enter the auditions in either the fourth or fifth year, but not in both years. Students may audition only one time.
2. Departmental preliminary auditions and the final auditions will be judged solely on the quality of the performance and whether it reflects the highest standards of the Conservatory. Every effort will be made not to be influenced by preference for or prejudice against the composition.
3. Concerto auditions will take place normally at the end of the fifth week of the fall semester. Departmental preliminary auditions must be finished one week earlier. Before the end of the spring semester, the Concert Production Office should, in consultation with the division directors/department chairs, schedule the preliminary auditions and announce the selected dates and location(s).
Preliminary Auditions- very early October
coordinated by Professor Rosen.
4. The judging committee at the final competition will consist of five external judges: one each to represent the areas of strings, WBP, keyboard, and voice, and to be recommended by those respective divisions; one external judge to be appointed by the Dean.
Final Competition: normally the second Saturday in October 11, all day, in Finney Chapel
5. Performers of concerti must be prepared to play the entire work. Performers should not predetermine cuts except for normal “tutti” deletions.
6. Twelve minutes of performing time will be allotted each performer at the final audition. Each division will determine the cuts for its finalists immediately following the preliminary auditions. These cuts will be communicated to finalists by the Associate Dean for Artistic Programming and Operations at 4:30 p.m. on the day prior to the competition.
7. Finalists must provide a score (orchestral or piano, in the key of the performance) to the Office of Associate Deans no later than the Monday prior to the final round of the competition
9. Works for two or more players and orchestra may be entered only with the approval of the divisional faculties involved.
10. Contestants performing non-‐standard concerto must ascertain the availability of orchestra parts for the concerto being performed by consulting with the Orchestra Librarian well in advance of the competition.
11. Students will normatively perform from memory.
12. Winners of the Concerto Competition are announced immediately following the finals. Dates of concerto performances are assigned by the ensemble conductor(s) and published within one week of the competition.
13. Encores by concerto soloists are not permitted.