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Prague Spring International Music Competition

Prague from 7 to 15 May 2012

The 64th Prague Spring International Music Competition, a member of the World Federation of International Music Competitions in Geneva, will be held from 7 to 15 May 2012 in Prague for the instrumentals Harpsichord and Cello.

The competition is intended for artists of all nationalities who :

The competition will be held in three rounds, and the number of candidates is limited. 50 competitors may enter Round I, a maximum of 12 candidates may advance to Round II, and at the most 4 candidates advance to Round III.

The jury is entitled to determine the order of compositions or of individual parts of compositions for competition performances.

The work written by a Czech composer for the 2012 Prague Spring International Music Competition will be sent to the candidates together with the documents regarding the organisation of the competition.

The competition repertoire listed in the application by the candidate is binding and may not be changed. Failure to comply with the established programme or later changes might be grounds for disqualification.

If required, candidates must be able to supply copies of the scores listed in their programme.

Performing from photocopies of published printed music during public performances is a violation of copyright law, and the performer assumes liability for any legal sanctions.

The competition performances are public in all three rounds.

Any radio or television broadcasts of festival performances will be available to Prague Spring and will serve for promotion of the competition. Any commercial use of the recordings will be the subject matter of further negotiation.


Preliminary selection round (recording on CD or minidisc) :

Round I (16 – 17 minutes) :

Round II (40 – 45 minutes) :

Round III – finals in cooperation with the Prague Philharmonia, conductor Vojtěch Spurný

The editions listed are only recommended.

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publié le mercredi 12 août 2020

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