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3rd International Competition of Polish Music (Chamber Ensembles) – Concours

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  • Institution
    National Institute of Music and Dance
  • Expertise(s)
    Duo, Trio, Quatuor, Quintette, Sextuor, Petit ensemble, Ensemble
  • Description complète
    3rd International Competition of Polish Music (Chamber Ensembles) – Concours
  • Type
    Concours
  • Durée / Début
    2 juillet 2023 - 9 juillet 2023
  • Date limite pour le dépôt des inscriptions
    28 février 2023
  • Remarques supplémentaires

    About the Competition

    The International Competition of Polish Music promotes the vast legacy of the nineteenth and twentieth century Polish music. One of the main objectives of the Competition is to disseminate the works of Polish composers, especially those that rarely feature in the programmes performed by Polish and foreign artists. The Competition strives to present rediscovered repertoire to the general public and provide this unjustly neglected legacy with appropriate analyses and new editions. 

    The Competition equally endeavours to promote talented musicians who are willing to include lesser-known works written by Polish composers in their concert programmes.

    The Competition is held every other year and its successive editions may feature different sets of musicians and ensembles.

    The Competition is divided into two distinct categories: a) Category I – intended for pianists; b) Category II – intended for chamber ensembles (only instrumental, two to six musicians; neither the number of the musicians in the ensemble nor the individual instrumental parts may be changed during the course of the Competition).

    There are no age or citizenship restrictions.

    The qualified participants will have provided accommodation and meals during the competition. The cost of travel to and back from Rzeszów, Poland will be reimbursed.

    The persons with a limited capacity to legal transactions shall attach an appropriate declaration signed by their statutory representative or guardian.

    For more details about Polish composers and obtaining the scores for the Competition please visit the Competition website: https://polishmusiccompetition.pl/composers/


    Programme requirements

    Stage I

    The programme should contain at least two stylistically and expressively different works written by at least two composers selected from the list provided in the Part II of the Annex to the Rulebook (see the file attached below) – at least two works in total. If the works have multiple movements, their selected individual movements may also be performed.

    The total time of the musical presentation may not be less than 20 minutes or more than 25 minutes.


    Stage II

    The programme should contain at least two stylistically and expressively different works written by at least two composers selected from the list provided in the Part II of the Annex to the Rulebook (see the file attached below) – at least two works in total, different from those performed in Stage I.

    If the works have multiple movements, their selected individual movements may also be performed (the compositions may not be the same as those performed in Stage I).

    It is acceptable to perform one work (or its component movements), considered to be a work of classical music, selected by the participant from the legacy of a deceased Polish composer whose name is not featured on the list provided in the Part II of the Annex to the Rulebook (see the file attached below).

    Notice: Please send a legible score of the entire composition to the competition's office at office@polishmusiccompetition.pl if the enquired composition has not appeared in print.

    The total time of the musical presentation may not be less than 30 minutes or more than 35 minutes.


    Final Stage (Finals)

    The programme should contain one or more works written by composer(s) selected from the list provided in the Part II of the Annex to the Rulebook (see the file attached below).

    If the works have multiple movements, their selected individual movements may also be performed (the compositions may not be the same as those performed in previous stages).

    It is acceptable to perform one work (or its component movements), considered to be a work of classical music, selected by the participant from the legacy of a deceased Polish composer whose name is not featured on the list provided in the Part II of the Annex to the Rulebook (see the file attached below); the work may be by the composer selected for Stage II or by another composer whose name is not featured on the list provided in the Part II of the Annex to the Rulebook (see the file attached below). In such an instance, the participant must also perform a work (or its component movements) written by composers selected from the list provided in the Part II of the Annex to the Rulebook (see the file attached below).

    Notice: Please send a legible score of the entire composition to the competition's office at office@polishmusiccompetition.pl if the enquired composition has not appeared in print.

    The selected compositions (or their component movements) may not be the same as those performed in Stages I and II.

    The total time of the musical presentation may not be less than 35 minutes or more than 40 minutes.


    If you have any questions about the Competition please contact us at: office@polishmusiccompetition.pl

  • Événement
    • Tour de concours – 2 juillet 2023 - 9 juillet 2023
      Filharmonia Podkarpacka
      ul. Fryderyka Chopina 30
      35-055 Rzeszów (Pologne)
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  • Courte biographie

    Les candidats doivent rédiger une courte biographie lors de la candidature à utiliser dans les programmes ou les brochures, 3000 lettres maximum.

    Please provide a description of the music education and an outline of the previous artistic activities (such as important concerts, prizes and awards from competitions, recordings etc.).

  • Question
    Réponse à la candidature

    Stage I - programme

    Please provide the full name of the composer, the title of each composition (or its selected movements, if applicable):

  • Question
    Réponse à la candidature

    Stage II - programme

    Please provide the full name of the composer, the title of each composition (or its selected movements, if applicable):

  • Question
    Réponse à la candidature

    Final Stage (Finals) - programme

    Please provide the full name of the composer, the title of each composition (or its selected movements, if applicable):

  • Question
    Réponse à la candidature

    Stage I - duration of the programme

    Please provide the duration of each composition (or its selected movements) you intend to play during Stage I of the Competition:

  • Question
    Réponse à la candidature

    Stage II - duration of the programme

    Please provide the duration of each composition (or its selected movements) you intend to play during Stage II of the Competition:

  • Question
    Réponse à la candidature

    Final Stage (Finals) - duration of the programme

    Please provide the duration of each composition (or its selected movements) you intend to play during Final Stage of the Competition:

  • Document(s) requis
    • Photo portrait: Two photographs of the Participants, with the resolution of at least 300 dpi, in JPG or TIFF format; the title of the file must specify the full name of the the ensemble and full name of the
      photographer.
    • Legal Guardian Declaration: Only required for the persons with a limited capacity to legal transactions. You shall attach an appropriate declaration signed by your statutory representative or guardian.
  • Vidéo

    Vidéo(s) obligatoire(s) (veuillez spécifier ci-dessous). Il n’y a pas de concours sur place.

    In the title of the video please provide the following information: the full name of the composer and the title of the piece (or its selected movements, if applicable).

    A video recording must include one or more compositions specified by the Participant in the programme above.

    The duration of the recorded presentation must be from 20 to 25 minutes. Excerpts from compositions shall also be accepted. The order of recorded compositions may be random. The respective compositions may be recorded in different locations, on different dates and with the use of multiple technical devices.

    The video recordings shall only be used for the Competition qualification purposes and shall not be disseminated by the Organiser in any shape or form.


    If you encounter any difficulties with adding the video please contact the Muvac Technical Support at: https://www.muvac.com/en/contact-us