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Schedule of nomination 2021

 

From 2010 to 2020, the competition was held only from March 1 to April 20. From 2021, the competition is held in three seasons (spring, summer and autumn seasons).

Competition for 2020 is over!

The competition is held annually. Applications are accepted 365 days a year, from January 1, 2021The competitors selects one of three seasons and sends an application.

SPRING SEASON

Announcement of the results and sending of diplomas, immediately after the end of the spring season, more info on SPRING SEASON

SUMMER SEASON

Announcement of the results and sending diplomas, immediately after the end of the summer season, more info on SUMMER SEASON

AUTUMN SEASON

Announcement of the results and sending diplomas, immediately after the end of the fall season, more info on AUTUMN SEASON

 

MASTERS FINAL

Competitors, laureates of the first degree who scored the most points in their nominations (in all three seasons) participate in the Masters Final.

Announcement of the Masters Final results, after the end of all three seasons, (December 25th) 

 

GRAND FINAL

Competitors (category MASTER – PREMIO competitors in 2 rounds: JUNIOR – 18 years or younger and SENIOR – 19 years or older), laureates of the first degree who scored the most points in their nominations (in all three seasons) participate in the Grand Final.

Announcement of the Grand Final results, after the end of all three seasons, (December 25th) 

 

NOMINATIONS

Piano, Piano Ensemble, Bayan / Accordion

Duet (two different instruments), chamber ensemble, orchestra, choir

Wind instruments (soloists, duets, ensembles): flute, bassoon, clarinet, oboe, saxophone, trombone, trumpet, tuba, French horn & percussion instruments

Stringed instruments (soloists, duets, ensembles): double bass, cello, viola, violin

Stringed and plucked instruments (soloists, duets, ensembles): guitar, harp, national instruments (domra, balalaika, cymbals, bandura, etc.)

Vocals (soloists, duets, ensembles): academic, folk and pop-jazz