SOCIAL INCLUSION – Rules 2019

 

Article 1.

An association of pedagogues of elementary and high music schools of Serbia and production center MIR Production (in the text refer to as an organizer), organizes INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION – Belgrade, Serbia (in the text refer to as an organizer). Competition takes place entirely via Internet.

 

Article 2.

Participants in nomination SOCIAL INCLUSION do not need to pay the contribution.

 

Article 3.

To participate in the contest are invited artists from all countries of the world. The participants compete in categories according to the age. The age category in the ensembles is the average age of all parties, not taking into account the age of illustrator (concertmaster).

 

Article 4.

The competition is held on the following s: Piano, Piano ensemble, Violin, Cello, Viola, Contrabass, Singing, Tradicional and Jazz singing, Accordion, Bassoon, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Saxophone, Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Tube, Guitar, Harp, Percussion, Mandolin, Domra, Balalaika, Dulcimer, National Instruments, Duo, Chamber ensemble, Orchestra, Choir, Competition of Music Schools, Social inclusion

The competitior can chuse the competition program. The contestant can also perform while looking at musical notes. The length of the video recording is limited.

SOLOIST

  • I category – born in 2010 and younger – up to 5 minutes
  • II category – born in 2008 and younger – up to 5 minutes
  • III category – born in 2006 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • IV category – born in 2004 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • V category – born in 2002 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VI category – born in 2000 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VII category – born in 1998 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VIII category – born in 1996 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • IX category – born in 1990 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • X category – born in 1989 and older – up to 12 minutes 

 

SMALL GROUPS (2 – 4 участника)

  • XI category – born in 2008 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XII category – born in 2004 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XIII category – born in 2000 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XIV category – born in 1990 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XV category – born in 1989 and older – up to 10 minutes

 

THE ENSEMBLES (5 – 12 участников)

  • XVI category – born in 2008 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XVII category – born in 2004 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XVIII category – born in 2000 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XIX category – born in 1990 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XX category – born in 1989 and older – up to 10 minutes

 

ORCHESTRA

Orchestras can perform with illustrators and/or concertmasters. Age category is defined by average age of all participants and illustrators, concertmasters.

  • XXI category – born in 2004 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XXII category – born in 2000 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XXIII category – born in 1990 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXIV category – born in 1989 and older – up to 12 minutes

 

CHOIR

Choirs can perform with illustrators and/or concertmasters. Age category is defined by average age of all participants and illustrators, concertmasters.

  • XXV category – born in 2004 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XXVI category – born in 2000 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XXVII category – born in 1990 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XXVIII category – born in 1989 and older – up to 10 minutes

 

CONCERTMASTER

—  Pianist

— Diffeferent instruments (bayan, accordion, harmonica, guitar …)

— Instrumental ensembles (no more than 9 participants)

  • XXIX category – born in 2008 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XXX category – born in 2004 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XXXI category – born in 2000 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XXXII category – born in 1990 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXXIII category – born in 1989 and older – up to 12 minutes

 

Article 5. 

For the premier performance or performance of non-catalogued composition, it is necessary to deliver music notes of such composition using electronic mail.

 

Article 6. 

Competitive video recording must comply with following conditions:

  • As evidence that video recording is exclusively intended for competition, competitor is obligated to, before performance of competition program:

– Soloist and duo say his/her name, surname and year of birth

– One of the member of ensemble says the name of ensemble and their age category

  • Recording must be sent in Mp4 or Webm format
  • On the recording, performer(s) and concertmaster must be clearly seen
  • Complete performance program is to be performed like on regular competition and video editing or playback are absolutely forbidden
  • Compwtitiors are allowed the use of microphones
  • Stopping the video camera during the entire recording is not allowed
  • Recording which does not comply required conditions will be returned to the performer, with the request to send us new recording in timely manner, which complies the Rules 

Recommendations for video recording

 

Article 7. 

Registration is to be done exclusively through electronic means. During entering the website www.musiccompetition.eu competitor sends documents as follows:

  • Filled in Online Application form
  • Video recording in Mp4 or Webm format
  • Scanned Birth certificate or page from the passport with general information (for soloists)
  • Scanned list of members of the ensemble with their years of birth, verified by the institution they are representing (for ensembles)
  • The scanned confirmation of the degree of disability (attach instead of “confirmation (form) of payment”) 

*    Maximum total size of all the files – up to 100 MB

** Detailed instructions for OnLine application 

 

Article 8. 

Competition is held every year and applying from 15th of February and not later than 15th of April. Until April 20th, video recording of the competition performance will be placed on the website www.musiccompetition.eu and on the 30th of April, results of the Jury will be announced for each competition category.

 

Article 9. 

Competitor’s application for each category individually will be reviewed and determined for compliance with Rules by the person authorized by Organizer.

 

Article 10.

By participation in competition, competitors automatically disown the right for any material (financial) compensation regarding eventual publication and distribution of music video recordings on CD and DVD publications and Internet.

 

Article 11.

Work of the Jury is regulated by special Rules. The jury selects the competent Commission and reaffirms the organizing committee of the Association.

 

Article 12. 

All Jury decisions are final and irrevocable.  The jury invited professional musicians, directly related to the integration of persons with disabilities. They will judge both traditional criteria and the degree to overcome the malady.

 

Article 13. 

Competitors are qualified according to the average grade point of evaluations by the Jury:

  • LAUREATE – is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 80, 00/100 points
  • DIPLOMA – is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 60, 00 points

Number of awards (prizes) is not limited.

 

Article 14. 

If several competitors in the same category, have same number of points, advantage will be given to younger competitor.

If several competitors in the different nominations have same number of points, final decision on the placement will be brought by the Jury.

Competitor, who won first prize, with the best placement in competition discipline will be awarded with Diploma Internet Music Champion of the World.

 

Article 15. 

Fund of prizes:

  • All contestants will be awarded with diplomas
  • Teachers and accompanists on request receive a “Certificate for a portfolio” 
  • Competitors do not pay donation for participation on nomination Social inclusion
  • State and public institutions, enterprises and individuals, in agreement with the organizers may award special prizes
  • And other prizes, in agreement with the organizer

 

Article 16.

After all nominations competition are finished, Diplomas and trophy will be sent on May 9th through regular mail to the institution administration.

 

Article 17.

In case of dispute between Organizer and competitors, Rules in Serbian are relevant.

 

Article 18. 

By applying for the competition, participants automatically accept conditions from previous provisions of these Rules.

GUITAR – Rules 2020

 

Article 1.

Association of pedagogues of elementary and high music schools of Serbia and production center MIR Production (hereinafter refer to as organizer), organizes INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION – Belgrade, Serbia (hereinafter refer to as competition). Competition takes place entirely over the Internet.

 

Article 2.

Competition is held by the Rules of participation, which is proposed by expert council, and is to be adopted by Assembly of the Association.

 

Article 3.

Right of participation is given to all competitors from all the countries in the world. 

 

Article 4.

Competition program is consisted of two compositions. Participants compete in categories according to the age and program is to be performed by heart and completely. 

SOLOIST

  • I category – born in 2011 and younger – up to 5 minutes
  • II category – born in 2010 – up to 5 minutes
  • III category – born in 2009 – up to 5 minutes
  • IV category – born in 2008 – up to 5 minutes
  • V category – born in 2007 – up to 7 minutes
  • VI category – born in 2006 – up to 7 minutes
  • VII category – born in 2005 – up to 10 minutes
  • VIII category – born in 2003 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • IX category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • X category – born in 1999 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XI category – born in 1997 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XII category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XIII category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

 

DUO (two similar instruments)

  • XIV category – born in 2011 and younger – up to 5 minutes
  • XV category – born in 2009 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XVI category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XVII category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XVIII category – born in 2003 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XIX category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XX category – born in 1999 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXI category – born in 1997 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXII category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXIII category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

Duos are not obligated to perform compositions by heart.

 

Article 5.

For the premier performance or performance of non-catalogued composition, it is necessary to deliver scores of such composition using electronic mail.

 

Article 6.

Competitive video recording must comply with following conditions:

  • As evidence that video recording is exclusively intended for competition, competitor is obligated to, before performance of competition program, say his/her name, surname and year of birth
  • Recording must be sent in Mp4 format
  • On the recording, instrument, hands and face of the performer must be clearly seen
  • Complete performance program is to be performed like on regular competition and video editing or playback are absolutely forbidden
  • Stopping the video camera during the entire recording is not allowed
  • Recording which does not comply required conditions will be returned to the performer, with the request to send us new recording in timely manner, which compiles Rules

Recommendations for video recording

 

Article 7.

Registration is to be done exclusively through electronic means. During entering the website www.musiccompetition.eu competitor sends documents as follows:

  • Filled in Online Application form
  • Video recording in Mp4 format
  • Scanned Birth certificate or page from the passport with general information
  • Scanned receipt on donation payment

*Total maximum size of all files – 100 MB

** Detailed instructions for OnLine application 

 

Article 8.

For foreign competitors, registration fee:

  • I – VI category – 20 EUR
  • VII – XIII category 25 EUR
  • Duo – 30 EUR (per a duo)

 Commission and the transaction costs, pays contestant. 

For foreign competitors мore details about payment in EUROS and DOLLARS on THIS PAGE.

 

Article 9.

Competition is held every year and applying from 15th of February and not later than 15th of April. Until April 20th, video recording of the competition performance will be placed on the website www.musiccompetition.eu and on the 30th of April, results of the Jury will be announced for each competition category.

 

Article 10.

Competitor’s application for each category individually will be reviewed and determined for compliance with Rules by the person authorized by Organizer.

 

Article 11.

By participation in competition, competitors automatically disown the right for any material (financial) remuneration regarding eventual publication and distribution of music video recordings on CD and DVD publications and Internet.

 

Article 12.

Work of the Jury is regulated by special Rules. Jury members are to be elected out of renowned music pedagogues, as well as performing artists, conductors and chamber musicians. All Jury decisions are final and irrevocable.

 

Article 13.

Competitors are qualified according to the average grade point of evaluations by the Jury:

  • LAUREATE FIRST PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 90, 00/100 points
  • LAUREATE SECOND PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 80, 00 points
  • LAUREATE THIRD PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 70, 00 points
  • DIPLOMA– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 60, 00 points

Number of awards (prizes) is not limited.

 

Article 14.

Competitor, who won first prize, with the best placement in competition discipline will be awarded with Diploma Internet Music Champion of the World.

In case if several competitors-soloists in the category have same number of points, advantage will be given to younger competitor. In case if several competitors in the different categories have same number of points, final decision on the placement will be brought by the Jury.

 

Article 15.

Participant who is awarded with Diploma “Internet Music Champion of the World” participates in Masters Finals. Jury selects Absolute Winner of Master Finals, i.e.  absolute winner of all competition disciplines and the entire competition.

 

Article 16.

Fund of prizes from Association:

  • All contestants will be awarded with diplomas
  • Teachers and accompanists on request receive a “Certificate for a portfolio” 
  • Invitation to the jury
  • Absolute Winner of Master Finals gets trophy and Diploma
  • State and public institutions, enterprises and individuals, in agreement with the organizers may award special prizes.

 

Fund of prizes from MIR Production (www.mirproduction.com) totaling $ 2,000 will be distributed among the elected members of Masters Final. The prize fund consists of the following awards:

  • Cash prize for the absolute winner in Masters Final
  • The contract for the concert performances with the production center “MIR Production”
  • Manufacturing full website
  • Posting picture of absolute winner on official poster of the competition
  • Manufacturing concert posters
  • All participants of Master Finals do not pay donation for participation on competition next year
  • Organizing solo concert or concert tour
  • Professional photo shoot
  • Payment of travel, accommodation or entry fee to participate in the master class
  • Payment of the entry fee for the competition by select the contestant
  • And other prizes, in agreement with the organizer

MIR Production reserves the right distribution of the prize pool.              

 

Article 17.

After all nominations of competition are finished, Diplomas  will be sent on May 9th  through regular mail to the institution administration.

 

Article 18.

In case of dispute between Organizer and competitors, provisions of Serbian text will prevail.

 

Article 19.

By applying for the competition, participants automatically accept conditions from previous provisions of these Rules.

TROMBONE – Rules 2020

 

Article 1.

Association of pedagogues of elementary and high music schools of Serbia and production center MIR Production (hereinafter refer to as organizer), organizes INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION – Belgrade, Serbia (hereinafter refer to as competition). Competition takes place entirely over the Internet. 

 

Article 2.

Competition is held by the Rules of participation, which is proposed by expert council, and is to be adopted by Assembly of the Association.

 

Article 3.

Right of participation is given to all competitors from all the countries in the world.

 

Article 4.

Competition program is consisted of two compositions. Participants compete in categories according to the age and program is to be performed by heart and completely. Contestants can perform with only one accompanist. Total duration of the video format is limited:

 SOLOIST

  • I category – born in 2009 and younger – up to 6 minutes
  • II category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 8 minutes
  • III category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • IV category – born in 2003 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • V category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VI category – born in 1999 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VII category – born in 1997 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VIII category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • IX category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

 

DUO (two similar instruments)

  • X category – born in 2009 and younger – up to 6 minutes
  • XI category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XII category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XIII category – born in 2003 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XIV category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XV category – born in 1999 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XVI category – born in 1997 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XVII category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XVIII category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

* Duos are not obligated to perform compositions by heart.

 

Article 5.

For the premier performance or performance of non-catalogued composition, it is necessary to deliver scores of such composition using electronic mail.

 

Article 6.

Competitive video recording must comply with following conditions:

  • As evidence that video recording is exclusively intended for competition, competitor is obligated to, before performance of competition program, say his/her name, surname and year of birth
  • Recording must be sent in Mp4 format
  • On the recording, instrument, hands and face of the performer and concertmaster must be clearly seen
  • Complete performance program is to be performed like on regular competition and video editing or playback are absolutely forbidden
  • Stopping the video camera during the entire recording is not allowed
  • Recording which does not comply required conditions will be returned to the performer, with the request to send us new recording in timely manner, which complies Rules 

Recommendations for video recording

 

Article 7.

Registration is to be done exclusively through electronic means. During entering the website www.musiccompetition.eu  competitor sends documents as follows:

  • Filled in Online Application form
  • Video recording in Mp4 format
  • Scanned Birth certificate or page from the passport with general information
  • Scanned receipt on donation payment

*Total maximum size of all files – 100 MB

** Detailed instructions for OnLine application 

 

Article 8.

For foreign competitors, registration fee:

  • I, II category – 20 EUR
  • III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX category 25 EUR
  • Duo – 30 EUR (per a duo)

For foreign competitors мore details about payment in EUROS and DOLLARS on THIS PAGE.

 Commission and the transaction costs, pays contestant. 

 

Article 9.

Competition is held every year and applying from 15th of February and not later then 15th of March. Until March 20th, video recording of the competition performance will be placed on the website www.musiccompetition.eu and on the 31st of March, results of the Jury will be announced for each competition category.

 

Article 10.

Competitor’s application for each category individually will be reviewed and determined for compliance with Rules by the person authorized by Organizer.

 

Article 11.

By participation in competition, competitors automatically disown the right for any material (financial) remuneration regarding eventual publication and distribution of music video recordings on CD and DVD publications and Internet.

 

Article 12.

Work of the Jury is regulated by special Rules. Jury members are to be elected out of renowned music pedagogues, as well as performing artists, conductors and chamber musicians. All Jury decisions are final and irrevocable.

 

Article 13.

Competitors are qualified according to the average grade point of evaluations by the Jury:

  • LAUREATE FIRST PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 90, 00/100 points
  • LAUREATE SECOND PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 80, 00 points
  • LAUREATE THIRD PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 70, 00 points
  • DIPLOMA– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 60, 00 points

Number of awards (prizes) is not limited.

 

Article 14.

Competitor, which won first prize, with the best placement in competition discipline will be awarded with Diploma Internet Music Champion of the World.

In case if several competitors-soloists in the category have same number of points, advantage will be given to younger competitor. In case if several competitors in the different categories have same number of points, final decision on the placement will be brought by the Jury.

 

Article 15.

Participant who is awarded with Diploma “Internet Music Champion of the World” participates in Masters Finals. Jury selects Absolute Winner of Master Finals, i.e. absolute winner of all competition disciplines and the entire competition.

 

Article 16.

Fund of prizes from Association:

  • All contestants will be awarded with diplomas
  • Teachers and accompanists on request receive a “Certificate for a portfolio” 
  • Invitation to the jury
  • Absolute Winner of Master Finals gets trophy and Diploma
  • State and public institutions, enterprises and individuals, in agreement with the organizers may award special prizes.

 

Fund of prizes from MIR Production www.mirproduction.com  totaling $ 2,000 will be distributed among the elected members of Masters Final. The prize fund consists of the following awards:

  • Cash prize for the absolute winner in Masters Final
  • The contract for the concert performances with the production center “MIR Production”
  • Manufacturing full website
  • Posting picture of absolute winner on official poster of the competition
  • Manufacturing concert posters
  • All participants of Master Finals do not pay donation for participation on competition next year
  • Organizing solo concert or concert tour
  • Professional photo shoot
  • Payment of travel, accommodation or entry fee to participate in the master class
  • Payment of the entry fee for the competition by select the contestant
  • And other prizes, in agreement with the organizer

MIR Production reserves the right distribution of the prize pool.              

 

Article 17.

After all nominations competition are finished, Diplomas  will be sent on May 9th through regular mail to the institution administration.

 

Article 18.

In case of dispute between Organizer and competitors, provisions of Serbian text will prevail.

 

Article 19.

By applying for the competition, participants automatically accept conditions from previous provisions of these Rules.

HARP – Rules 2020

 

Article 1.

Association of pedagogues of elementary and high music schools of Serbia and production center MIR Production (hereinafter refer to as organizer), organizes INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION – Belgrade, Serbia (hereinafter refer to as competition). Competition takes place entirely over the Internet.

 

Article 2.

Competition is held by the Rules of participation, which is proposed by expert council, and is to be adopted by Assembly of the Association.

 

Article 3.

Right of participation is given to all competitors from all the countries in the world. 

 

Article 4.

Competition program is consisted of two compositions. Participants compete in categories according to the age and program is to be performed by heart and completely. Contestants can perform with only one accompanist. Total duration of the video recording is limited:

HARP 

  • I category – born in 2011 and younger – up to 5 minutes
  • II category – born in 2009 and younger – up to 5 minutes
  • III category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • IV category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • V category – born in 2003 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VI category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VII category – born in 1999 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VIII category – born in 1997 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • IX category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • X category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

 

RENAISSANCE HARP

  • XI category – born in 2011 and younger – up to 5 minutes
  • XII category – born in 2009 and younger – up to 5 minutes
  • XIII category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XIV category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XV category – born in 2003 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XVI category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XVII category – born in 1999 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XVIII category – born in 1997 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XIX category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XX category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

 

DUO (two similar instruments)

  • XXI category – born in 2011 and younger – up to 5 minutes
  • XXII category – born in 2009 and younger – up to 8 minutes
  • XXIII category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XXIV category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XXV category – born in 2003 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXVI category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXVII category – born in 1999 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXVIII category – born in 1997 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXIX category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXX category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

* Duos are not obligated to perform compositions by heart.

 

Article 5.

For the premier performance or performance of non-catalogued composition, it is necessary to deliver scores of such composition using electronic mail.

 

Article 6.

Competitive video recording must comply with following conditions:

  • As evidence that video recording is exclusively intended for competition, competitor is obligated to, before performance of competition program, say his/her name, surname and year of birth
  • Recording must be sent in Mp4 format
  • On the recording, instrument, hands and face of the performer and concertmaster must be clearly seen
  • Complete performance program is to be performed like on regular competition and video editing or playback are absolutely forbidden
  • Stopping the video camera during the entire recording is not allowed
  • Recording which does not comply required conditions will be returned to the performer, with the request to send us new recording in timely manner, which compiles Rules

Recommendations for video recording

 

Article 7.

Registration is to be done exclusively through electronic means. During entering the website www.musiccompetition.eu competitor sends documents as follows:

  • Filled in Online Application form
  • Video recording in Mp4 format
  • Scanned Birth certificate or page from the passport with general information
  • Scanned receipt on donation payment. 

*Total maximum size of all files – 100 MB

** Detailed instructions for OnLine application

 

Article 8.

For foreign competitors, registration fee:

  • I, II, III category – 20 EUR
  • IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X category 25 EUR
  • Duo – 30 EUR (per a duo)

 Commission and the transaction costs, pays contestant. 

For foreign competitors мore details about payment in EUROS and DOLLARS on THIS PAGE.

 

Article 9.

Competition is held every year and applying from 15th of February and not later than 15th of April. Until April 20th, video recording of the competition performance will be placed on the website www.musiccompetition.eu and on the 30th of April, results of the Jury will be announced for each competition category.

 

Article 10.

Competitor’s application for each category individually will be reviewed and determined for compliance with Rules by the person authorized by Organizer.

 

Article 11.

By participation in competition, competitors automatically disown the right for any material (financial) remuneration regarding eventual publication and distribution of music video recordings on CD and DVD publications and Internet.

 

Article 12.

Work of the Jury is regulated by special Rules. Jury members are to be elected out of renowned music pedagogues, as well as performing artists, conductors and chamber musicians. All Jury decisions are final and irrevocable.

 

Article 13.

Competitors are qualified according to the average grade point of evaluations by the Jury:

  • LAUREATE FIRST PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 90, 00/100 points
  • LAUREATE SECOND PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 80, 00 points
  • LAUREATE THIRD PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 70, 00 points
  • DIPLOMA – is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 60, 00 points

Number of awards (prizes) is not limited.

 

Article 14.

Competitor, who won first prize, with the best placement in competition discipline will be awarded with Diploma Internet Music Champion of the World.

In case if several competitors-soloists in the category have same number of points, advantage will be given to younger competitor. In case if several competitors in the different categories have same number of points, final decision on the placement will be brought by the Jury.

 

Article 15.

Participant who is awarded with Diploma “Internet Music Champion of the World” participates in Masters Finals. Jury selects Absolute Winner of Master Finals, i.e. absolute winner of all competition disciplines and the entire competition.

 

Article 16.

Fund of prizes from Association:

  • All contestants will be awarded with diplomas
  • Teachers and accompanists on request receive a “Certificate for a portfolio” 
  • Invitation to the jury
  • Absolute Winner of Master Finals gets trophy and Diploma
  • State and public institutions, enterprises and individuals, in agreement with the organizers may award special prizes.

 

Fund of prizes from MIR Production www.mirproduction.com  totaling $ 2,000 will be distributed among the elected members of Masters Final. The prize fund consists of the following awards:

  • Cash prize for the absolute winner in Masters Final
  • The contract for the concert performances with the production center “MIR Production”
  • Manufacturing full websitee
  • Posting picture of absolute winner on official poster of the competition
  • Manufacturing concert posters
  • All participants of Master Finals do not pay donation for participation on competition next year
  • Organizing solo concert or concert tour
  • Professional photo shoot
  • Payment of travel, accommodation or entry fee to participate in the master class
  • Payment of the entry fee for the competition by select the contestant
  • And other prizes, in agreement with the organizer

MIR Production reserves the right distribution of the prize pool.              

 

Article 17.

After all nominations of competition are finished, Diplomas  will be sent on May 9th  through regular mail to the institution administration.

 

Article 18.

In case of dispute between Organizer and competitors, provisions of Serbian text will prevail.

 

Article 19.

By applying for the competition, participants automatically accept conditions from previous provisions of these Rules.

TRUMPET – Rules 2020

 

Article 1.

Association of pedagogues of elementary and high music schools of Serbia and production center MIR Production (hereinafter refer to as organizer), organizes INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION – Belgrade, Serbia (hereinafter refer to as competition). Competition takes place entirely over the Internet.

 

Article 2.

Competition is held by the Rules of participation, which is proposed by expert council, and is to be adopted by Assembly of the Association.

 

Article 3.

Right of participation is given to all competitors from all the countries in the world. 

 

Article 4.

Competition program is consisted of two compositions. Participants compete in categories according to the age and program is to be performed by heart and completely. Contestants can perform with only one accompanist. Total duration of the video recording is limited:

 SOLOIST

  • I category – born in 2009 and younger – up to 6 minutes
  • II category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 8 minutes
  • III category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • IV category – born in 2003 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • V category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VI category – born in 1999 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VII category – born in 1997 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VIII category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • IX category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

 

DUO (two similar instruments)

  • X category – born in 2009 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XI category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XII category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XIII category – born in 2003 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XIV category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XV category – born in 1999 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XVI category – born in 1997 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XVII category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XVIII category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

* Duos are not obligated to perform compositions by heart.

 

Article 5.

For the premier performance or performance of non-catalogued composition, it is necessary to deliver scores of such composition using electronic mail.

 

Article 6.

Competitive video recording must comply with following conditions:

  • As evidence that video recording is exclusively intended for competition, competitor is obligated to, before performance of competition program, say his/her name, surname and year of birth
  • Recording must be sent in Mp4 format
  • On the recording, instrument, hands and face of the performer and concertmaster must be clearly seen
  • Complete performance program is to be performed like on regular competition and video editing or playback are absolutely forbidden
  • Stopping the video camera during the entire recording is not allowed
  • Recording which does not comply required conditions will be returned to the performer, with the request to send us new recording in timely manner, which complies Rules

Recommendations for video recording

 

Article 7.

Registration is to be done exclusively through electronic means. During entering the website www.musiccompetition.eu competitor sends documents as follows:

  • Filled in Online Application form
  • Video recording in Mp4 format
  • Scanned Birth certificate or page from the passport with general information
  • Scanned receipt on donation payment 

*Total maximum size of all files – 100 MB

** Detailed instructions for OnLine application 

 

Article 8.

For foreign competitors, registration fee:

  • I, II category – 20 EUR
  • III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX category 25 EUR
  • Duo – 30 EUR (per a duo)

For foreign competitors мore details about payment in EUROS and DOLLARS on THIS PAGE.

 Commission and the transaction costs, pays contestant. 

 

Article 9.

Competition is held every year and applying from 15th of February and not later then 15th of March. Until March 20th, video recording of the competition performance will be placed on the website www.musiccompetition.eu and on the 31st of March, results of the Jury will be announced for each competition category.

 

Article 10.

Competitor’s application for each category individually will be reviewed and determined for compliance with Rules by the person authorized by Organizer.

 

Article 11.

By participation in competition, competitors automatically disown the right for any material (financial) remuneration regarding eventual publication and distribution of music video recordings on CD and DVD publications and Internet.

 

Article 12.

Work of the Jury is regulated by special Rules. Jury members are to be elected out of renowned music pedagogues, as well as performing artists, conductors and chamber musicians. All Jury decisions are final and irrevocable.

 

Article 13.

Competitors are qualified according to the average grade point of evaluations by the Jury:

  • LAUREATE FIRST PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 90, 00/100 points
  • LAUREATE SECOND PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 80, 00 points
  • LAUREATE THIRD PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 70, 00 points
  • DIPLOMA– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 60, 00 points

Number of awards (prizes) is not limited.

 

Article 14.

Competitor, who won first prize, with the best placement in competition discipline will be awarded with Diploma Internet Music Champion of the World.

In case if several competitors-soloists in the category have same number of points, advantage will be given to younger competitor. In case if several competitors in the different categories have same number of points, final decision on the placement will be brought by the Jury.

 

Article 15.

Participant who is awarded with Diploma “Internet Music Champion of the World” participates in Masters Finals. Jury selects Absolute Winner of Master Finals, i.e. absolute winner of all competition disciplines and the entire competition.

 

Article 16.

Fund of prizes from Association:

  • All contestants will be awarded with diplomas
  • Teachers and accompanists on request receive a “Certificate for a portfolio” 
  • Invitation to the jury
  • Absolute Winner of Master Finals gets trophy and Diploma
  • State and public institutions, enterprises and individuals, in agreement with the organizers may award special prizes.

 

Fund of prizes from MIR Production www.mirproduction.com  totaling $ 2,000 will be distributed among the elected members of Masters Final. The prize fund consists of the following awards:

  • Cash prize for the absolute winner in Masters Final
  • The contract for the concert performances with the production center “MIR Production”
  • Manufacturing full website
  • Posting picture of absolute winner on official poster of the competition
  • Manufacturing concert posters
  • All participants of Master Finals do not pay donation for participation on competition next year
  • Organizing solo concert or concert tour
  • Professional photo shoot
  • Payment of travel, accommodation or entry fee to participate in the master class
  • Payment of the entry fee for the competition by select the contestant
  • And other prizes, in agreement with the organizer

MIR Production reserves the right distribution of the prize pool.              

 

Article 17.

After all nominations competition are finished, Diplomas  will be sent on May 9th through regular mail to the institution administration.

 

Article 18.

In case of dispute between Organizer and competitors, provisions of Serbian text will prevail.

 

Article 19.

By applying for the competition, participants automatically accept conditions from previous provisions of these Rules.

ACCORDION – Rules 2020

 

Article 1.

Association of pedagogues of elementary and high music schools of Serbia and production center MIR Production (hereinafter refer to as organizer), organizes INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION – Belgrade, Serbia (hereinafter refer to as competition). Competition takes place entirely over the Internet.

 

Article 2.

Competition is held by the Rules of participation, which is proposed by expert council, and is to be adopted by Assembly of the Association.

 

Article 3.

Right of participation is given to all competitors from all the countries in the world. 

 

Article 4.

Competition program is consisted of two compositions.  Program is to be performed by heart and completely (soloist). Duos, ensembles and orchestra are not obligated to perform compositions by heart.

SOLOIST

  • I category – born in 2011 and younger – up to 5 minutes
  • II category – born in 2010 – up to 5 minutes
  • III category – born in 2009 – up to 5 minutes
  • IV category – born in 2008 – up to 5 minutes
  • V category – born in 2007 – up to 7 minutes
  • VI category – born in 2006 – up to 7 minutes
  • VII category – born in 2005 – up to 10 minutes
  • VIII category – born in 2003 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • IX category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • X category – born in 1999 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XI category – born in 1997 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XII category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XIII category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

 

Junior Variety

Free program, which includes 2 compositions with different styles and tempers.

  • XIV category – born in 2001 and younger  – up to 12 minutes

 

Senior Variety

Free program, which includes 2 compositions with different styles and tempers.

  • XV category – born in 2000 and older  – up to 12 minutes

 

DUO (two similar instruments)

Participants perform without concertmaster, ensemble or orchestra.

  • XVI category – born in 2011 and younger – up to 5 minutes
  • XVII category – born in 2009 and younger – up to 8 minutes
  • XVIII category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XIX category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XX category – born in 2003 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXI category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXII category – born in 1999 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXIII category – born in 1997 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXIV category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXV category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

 

DIATONIC ACCORDION

  • XXVI category – competitors, soloists without age, limit to 12 minutes

 

ENSEMBLE (of 3-15 members)

Ensemble can perform with only one accompanist and/or one illustrator. Age category is defined by average age of all participants, without illustrator (concertmaster).

  • XXVII category – born in 2009 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XXVIII category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XXIX category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XXX category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXXI category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

 

ACCORDION ORCHESTRA

Orchestras can perform with illustrators and/or concertmasters (no more than three). Age category is defined by average age of all participants, without illustrators, concertmasters and conductor.

Competition program is consisted of two compositions. It is allowed to perform parts (symphony, concert…) as two pieces. Orchestras will compete in categories according to the age, and they are not obligated to perform compositions by heart.

  • XXXII category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XXXIII category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XXXIV category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXXV category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

 

Article 5.

For the premier performance or performance of non- catalogued composition, it is necessary to deliver scores of such composition using electronic mail.

 

Article 6.

Competitive video recording must comply with following conditions:

  • As evidence that video recording is exclusively intended for competition, competitor is obligated to, before performance of competition program:

– Soloist and duo say his/her name, surname and year of birth

– One of the member of ensemble (orchestra) says the name of ensemble (orchestra) and their age category

  • Recording must be sent in Mp4 format
  • On the recording, performer(s), must be clearly seen (soloist, duo, ensemble, orchestra, concertmaster)
  • Complete performance program is to be performed like on regular competition and video editing or playback are absolutely forbidden
  • Stopping the video camera during the entire recording is not allowed
  • Recording which does not comply required conditions will be returned to the performer, with the request to send us new recording in timely manner, which compiles Rules.

Recommendations for video recording

 

Article 7.

During entering the website www.musiccompetition.eu competitor sends documents as follows:

  • Filled in Online Application form
  • Video recording in Mp4 format
  • Scanned Birth certificate or page from the passport with general information (for soloists and duets)
  • Scanned list of members of the ensemble (orchestra) with their years of birth, verified by the institution they are representing (for ensembles)
  • Scanned receipt on donation payment

*Total maximum size of all files – 100 MB

** Detailed instructions for OnLine application 

 

Article 8.

For foreign competitors, registration fee:

  • I – VI category – 20 EUR
  • VII – XV and XXVI category 25 EUR
  • Duo, ensemble or orchestra – 30 EUR (per a duo, ensemble or orchestra)

For foreign competitors мore details about payment in EUROS and DOLLARS on THIS PAGE.

 Commission and the transaction costs, pays contestant. 

 

Article 9.

Competition is held every year and applying from 15th of February and not later than 01st of April. Until April 05th, video recording of the competition performance will be placed on the website www.musiccompetition.eu and on the 15th of April, results of the Jury will be announced for each competition category.

 

Article 10.

Competitor’s application for each category individually will be reviewed and determined for compliance with Rules by the person authorized by Organizer.

 

Article 11.

By participation in competition, competitors automatically disown the right for any material (financial) remuneration regarding eventual publication and distribution of music video recordings on CD and DVD publications and Internet.

 

Article 12.

Work of the Jury is regulated by special Rules. Jury members are to be elected out of renowned music pedagogues, as well as performing artists, conductors and chamber musicians. All Jury decisions are final and irrevocable.

 

Article 13.

Competitors are qualified according to the average grade point of evaluations by the Jury:

  • LAUREATE FIRST PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 90, 00/100 points
  • LAUREATE SECOND PRIZE – is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 80, 00 points
  • LAUREATE THIRD PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 70, 00 points
  • DIPLOMA– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 60, 00 points

Number of awards (prizes) is not limited.

 

Article 14.

Soloist, duo, ensemble or orchestra with the best placement in competition discipline will be awarded with Diploma “Internet Music Champion of the World”.

In case if several competitors (soloist, duo, ensemble, orchestra) in the different categories have same number of points, final decision on the placement will be brought by the Jury.

 

Article 15.

Participant who is awarded with Diploma “Internet Music Champion of the World” participates in Masters Finals. Jury selects Absolute Winner of Master Finals, i.e. absolute winner of all competition disciplines and the entire competition.

 

Article 16.

Fund of prizes from Association:

  • All contestants will be awarded with diplomas
  • Teachers and accompanists on request receive a “Certificate for a portfolio” 
  • Invitation to the jury
  • Absolute Winner of Master Finals gets trophy and Diploma
  • State and public institutions, enterprises and individuals, in agreement with the organizers may award special prizes.

 

Fund of prizes from MIR Production www.mirproduction.com  totaling $ 2,000 will be distributed among the elected members of Masters Final. The prize fund consists of the following awards:

  • Cash prize for the absolute winner in Masters Final
  • The contract for the concert performances with the production center “MIR Production”
  • Manufacturing full website
  • Posting picture of absolute winner on official poster of the competition
  • Manufacturing concert posters
  • All participants of Master Finals do not pay donation for participation on competition next year
  • Organizing solo concert or concert tour
  • Professional photo shoot
  • Payment of travel, accommodation or entry fee to participate in the master class
  • Payment of the entry fee for the competition by select the contestant
  • And other prizes, in agreement with the organizer

MIR Production reserves the right distribution of the prize pool.              

 

Article 17.

After all nominations of competition are finished, Diplomas  will be sent on May 9th through regular mail to the institution administration.

 

Article 18.

In case of dispute between Organizer and competitors, provisions of Serbian text will prevail.

 

Article 19.

By applying for the competition, participants automatically accept conditions from previous provisions of these Rules.

TUBE – Rules 2020

 

Article 1.

Association of pedagogues of elementary and high music schools of Serbia and production center MIR Production (hereinafter refer to as organizer), organizes INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION – Belgrade, Serbia (hereinafter refer to as competition). Competition takes place entirely over the Internet.

 

Article 2.

Competition is held by the Rules of participation, which is proposed by expert council, and is to be adopted by Assembly of the Association.

 

Article 3.

Right of participation is given to all competitors from all the countries in the world. 

 

Article 4.

Competition program is consisted of two compositions. Participants compete in categories according to the age and program is to be performed by heart and completely. Contestants can perform with only one accompanist. Total duration of the video recording is limited:

SOLOIST

  • I category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 6 minutes
  • II category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 8 minutes
  • III category – born in 2003 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • IV category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • V category – born in 1999 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VI category – born in 1997 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VII category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VIII category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

 

DUO (two similar instruments)

  • IX category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • X category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XI category – born in 2003 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XII category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XIII category – born in 1999 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XIV category – born in 1997 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XV category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XVI category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

* Duos are not obligated to perform compositions by heart.

 

Article 5.

For the premier performance or performance of non-catalogued composition, it is necessary to deliver scores of such composition using electronic mail.

 

Article 6.

Competitive video recording must comply with following conditions:

  • As evidence that video recording is exclusively intended for competition, competitor is obligated to, before performance of competition program, say his/her name, surname and year of birth
  • Recording must be sent in Mp4 format
  • On the recording, instrument, hands and face of the performer and concertmaster must be clearly seen
  • Complete performance program is to be performed like on regular competition and video editing or playback are absolutely forbidden
  • Stopping the video camera during the entire recording is not allowed
  • Recording which does not comply required conditions will be returned to the performer, with the request to send us new recording in timely manner, which complies Rules

Recommendations for video recording

 

Article 7.

Registration is to be done exclusively through electronic means. During entering the website www.musiccompetition.eu competitor sends documents as follows:

  • Filled in Online Application form
  • Video recording in Mp4 format
  • Scanned Birth certificate or page from the passport with general information
  • Scanned receipt on donation payment 

*Total maximum size of all files – 100 MB

** Detailed instructions for OnLine application 

 

Article 8.

For foreign competitors, registration fee:

  • I, II category – 20 EUR
  • III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII category 25 EUR
  • Duo – 30 EUR (per a duo)

For foreign competitors мore details about payment in EUROS and DOLLARS on THIS PAGE.

 Commission and the transaction costs, pays contestant. 

 

Article 9.

Competition is held every year and applying from 15th of February and not later then 15th of March. Until March 20th, video recording of the competition performance will be placed on the website www.musiccompetition.eu and on the 31st of March, results of the Jury will be announced for each competition category.

 

Article 10.

Competitor’s application for each category individually will be reviewed and determined for compliance with Rules by the person authorized by Organizer.

 

Article 11.

By participation in competition, competitors automatically disown the right for any material (financial) remuneration regarding eventual publication and distribution of music video recordings on CD and DVD publications and Internet.

 

Article 12.

Work of the Jury is regulated by special Rules. Jury members are to be elected out of renowned music pedagogues, as well as performing artists, conductors and chamber musicians. All Jury decisions are final and irrevocable.

 

Article 13.

Competitors are qualified according to the average grade point of evaluations by the Jury:

  • LAUREATE FIRST PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 90, 00/100 points
  • LAUREATE SECOND PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 80, 00 points
  • LAUREATE THIRD PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 70, 00 points
  • DIPLOMA– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 60, 00 points

Number of awards (prizes) is not limited.

 

Article 14.

Competitor, who won first prize, with the best placement in competition discipline will be awarded with Diploma Internet Music Champion of the World.

In case if several competitors-soloists in the category have same number of points, advantage will be given to younger competitor. In case if several competitors in the different categories have same number of points, final decision on the placement will be brought by the Jury.

 

Article 15.

Participant who is awarded with Diploma “Internet Music Champion of the World” participates in Masters Finals. Jury selects Absolute Winner of Master Finals, i.e. absolute winner of all competition disciplines and the entire competition.

 

Article 16.

Fund of prizes from Association:

  • All contestants will be awarded with diplomas
  • Teachers and accompanists on request receive a “Certificate for a portfolio” 
  • Invitation to the jury
  • Absolute Winner of Master Finals gets trophy and Diploma
  • State and public institutions, enterprises and individuals, in agreement with the organizers may award special prizes.

 

Fund of prizes from MIR Production www.mirproduction.com totaling $ 2,000 will be distributed among the elected members of Masters Final. The prize fund consists of the following awards:

  • Cash prize for the absolute winner in Masters Final
  • The contract for the concert performances with the production center “MIR Production”
  • Manufacturing full website
  • Posting picture of absolute winner on official poster of the competition
  • Manufacturing concert posters
  • All participants of Master Finals do not pay donation for participation on competition next year
  • Organizing solo concert or concert tour
  • Professional photo shoot
  • Payment of travel, accommodation or entry fee to participate in the master class
  • Payment of the entry fee for the competition by select the contestant
  • And other prizes, in agreement with the organizer

MIR Production reserves the right distribution of the prize pool.              

 

Article 17.

After all nominations competition are finished, Diplomas  will be sent on May 9th through regular mail to the institution administration.

 

Article 18.

In case of dispute between Organizer and competitors, provisions of Serbian text will prevail.

 

Article 19.

By applying for the competition, participants automatically accept conditions from previous provisions of these Rules.  

CHOIR – Rules 2020

 

Article 1.

Association of pedagogues of elementary and high music schools of Serbia and production center MIR Production (hereinafter refer to as organizer), organizes INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION – Belgrade, Serbia (hereinafter refer to as competition). Competition takes place entirely over the Internet.

 

Article 2.

Competition is held by the Rules of participation, which is proposed by expert council, and is to be adopted by Assembly of the Association.

 

Article 3.

Right to participate is given to choirs from all the countries in the world. 

 

Article 4.

The right to participate is given to the choirs with to 13 and more singers. Choirs will compete in categories according to the age, and they are not obligated to perform compositions by heart. The number of performed composition is not limited, but total duration of the video recording is limited:

  

CLASSICAL MUSIC

All the compositions must be performed a cappella, except for I category, where the program can be performed with instrumental accompaniment. Compositions from the program must be, at least, in two voices, except for I category. 

 

MIXED CHOIR 

  • I category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • II category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • III category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • IV category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • V category – born in 1990 and older – up to 10 minutes

 

FEMALE CHOIR

  • I category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • II category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • III category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • IV category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • V category – born in 1990 and older – up to 10 minutes

 

MALE CHOIR

  • I category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • II category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • III category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • IV category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • V category – born in 1990 and older – up to 10 minutes

 

 

SPIRITUAL MUSIC

All the compositions must be performed a cappella.

 

 MIXED CHOIR 

  • VI category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • VII category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • VIII category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • IX category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • X category – born in 1990 and older – up to 10 minutes

 

FEMALE CHOIR

  • VI category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • VII category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • VIII category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • IX category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • X category – born in 1990 and older – up to 10 minutes

 

MALE CHOIR

  • VI category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • VII category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • VIII category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • IX category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • X category – born in 1990 and older – up to 10 minutes

 

 

WORLD MUSIC

Competition program can be performed with instrumental accompaniment (any use of electrical instruments/devices or playback are not allowed).

 

MIXED CHOIR 

  • XI category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XII category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XIII category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XIV category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XV category – born in 1990 and older – up to 10 minutes

 

FEMALE CHOIR

  • XI category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XII category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XIII category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XIV category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XV category – born in 1990 and older – up to 10 minutes

 

MALE CHOIR

  • XI category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XII category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XIII category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XIV category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XV category – born in 1990 and older – up to 10 minutes

 

 

TRADICIONAL MUSIC

Competition program can be performed with instrumental accompaniment (any use of electrical instruments/devices or playback are not allowed).

 

MIXED CHOIR 

  • XVI category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XVII category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XVIII category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XIX category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XX category – born in 1990 and older – up to 10 minutes

.

FEMALE CHOIR

  • XVI category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XVII category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XVIII category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XIX category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XX category – born in 1990 and older – up to 10 minutes

 

MALE CHOIR

  • XVI category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XVII category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XVIII category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XIX category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XX category – born in 1990 and older – up to 10 minutes

 

 

OPERA MUSIC

Competition program can be performed with instrumental accompaniment (any use of electrical instruments/devices or playback are not allowed).

 

MIXED CHOIR

  • XXI category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XXII category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XXIII category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XXIV category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XXV category – born in 1990 and older – up to 10 minutes

 

FEMALE CHOIR 

  • XXI category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XXII category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XXIII category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XXIV category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XXV category – born in 1990 and older – up to 10 minutes

 

MALE CHOIR

  • XXI category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XXII category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XXIII category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XXIV category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XXV category – born in 1990 and older – up to 10 minutes

 

 

CHOIR CONDUCTOR

Video recording can be made from left or right sides of the choir. Camera must be directed to conductor and a part of the choir must be seen. 

From an choir recording only a video camera may not reflect the normal sound of the choir. The sound can be recorded using external recording equipment and synchronized with the video.

  • XXVI category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXVII category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

 

Article 5.

For the premier performance or performance of non-catalogued composition, it is necessary to deliver scores of such composition using electronic mail.

 

Article 6.

Competitive video recording must comply with following conditions:

  • As evidence that video recording is exclusively intended for Internet Music Competition, conductor (or one of the members of the choir) is obligated to, before performance of competition program, say the name of the choir and category they are competing
  • In Recording must be sent in Mp4 format 
  • On the recording, conductor and members of the choir must be clearly seen
  • Complete performance program is to be performed like on regular competition and video editing or playback are absolutely forbidden, but using microphones are allowed
  • Stopping the video camera during the entire recording is not allowed
  • Recording which does not comply required conditions will be returned to the performer, with the request to send us new recording in timely manner, which complies rules 

Recommendations for video recording

 

Article 7.

Registration is to be done exclusively through electronic means. During entering the website www.musiccompetition.eu  competitor sends documents as follows:

  • Filled in Online Application form
  • Video recording
  • Scanned list of members of the ensemble with their years of birth, verified by the institution they are representing
  • Scanned receipt on donation payment

*Total maximum size of all files – 100 MB

** Detailed instructions for OnLine application 

 

Article 8.

For foreign competitors, registration fee:

  • choir – 30 EUR (from one choir)
  • choir conductor – 25 EUR

Detailed instructions for payment in EUROS or DOLLARS on THIS PAGE

*  Commission and the transaction costs, pays contestant. 

 

Article 9.

Competition is held every year and applying is not later than 15st of February. Until March 05th, video recording of the competition performance will be placed on the website of competition www.musiccompetition.eu  and on the 15th of March, results of the Jury will be announced for each competition category.

 

Article 10.

Competitor’s application for each category individually will be reviewed and determined for compliance with Rules by the person authorized by Organizer.

 

Article 11.

By participation in competition, competitors automatically disown the right for any material (financial) remuneration regarding eventual publication and distribution of music video recordings on CD and DVD publications and Internet.

 

Article 12.

Work of the Jury is regulated by special Rules. Jury members are to be elected out of renowned music pedagogues, as well as performing artists, conductors and chamber musicians. All Jury decisions are final and irrevocable.

 

Article 13.

Choirs are qualified according to the average grade point of evaluations by the Jury:

LAUREATE FIRST PRIZE – is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 90, 00/100 points
LAUREATE SECOND PRIZE – is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 80, 00 points
LAUREATE THIRD PRIZE – is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 70, 00 points
DIPLOMA – is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 60, 00 points

Other competitors will be awarded with Diploma for participation on Internet Music Competition. Number of awards (prizes) is not limited.

 

Article 14.

Choir with the best placement in competition discipline will be awarded with Diploma “Internet Music Champion of the World”.

In case if several competitors in the different categories have same number of points, final decision on the placement will be brought by the Jury.

 

Article 15.

Participant who is awarded with Diploma “Internet Music Champion of the World” participates in Masters Finals. Jury selects Absolute Winner of Master Finals, i.e. International Music Competition – Belgrade, Serbia

 

Article 16.

Fund of prizes from Association:

  • Diploma
  • Absolute Winner of Master Finals gets trophy and Diploma
  • Teachers and accompanists on request receive a “Certificate for a portfolio” 
  • Invitation to the jury
  • State and public institutions, enterprises and individuals, in agreement with the organizers may award special prizes.

 

Fund of prizes from MIR Production www.mirproduction.com   totaling $ 2,000 will be distributed among the elected members of Masters Final. The prize fund consists of the following awards:

  • Cash prize for the absolute winner in Masters Final
  • The contract for the concert performances with the production center “MIR Production”
  • Manufacturing full website
  • Posting picture of absolute winner on official poster of the competition.
  • Manufacturing concert posters
  • All participants of Master Finals do not pay donation for participation on Internet Music Competition next year
  • Organizing solo concert or concert tour
  • Professional photo shoot
  • Payment of travel, accommodation or entry fee to participate in the master class.
  • Payment of the entry fee for the competition by select the contestant

MIR Production reserves the right distribution of the prize pool.              

 

Article 17.

After all nominations of  competition are finished, Diplomas  will be sent on May 9th through regular mail to the institution administration.

 

Article 18.

In case of dispute between Organizer and competitors, provisions of Serbian text will prevail.

 

Article 19.

By applying for the competition, participants automatically accept conditions from previous provisions of these Rules.

PERCUSSION – Rules 2020

 

Article 1.

Association of pedagogues of elementary and high music schools of Serbia and production center MIR Production (hereinafter refer to as organizer), organizes INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION – Belgrade, Serbia (hereinafter refer to as competition). Competition takes place entirely over the Internet.

 

Article 2.

Competition is held by the Rules of participation, which is proposed by expert council, and is to be adopted by Assembly of the Association.

 

Article 3.

Right of participation is given to all competitors from all the countries in the world. 

 

Article 4.

Competition program is consisted of two compositions.  Program is to be performed by heart and completely (soloist). Duos and ensembles are not obligated to perform compositions by heart. It is allowed to perform parts (concert, sonata…) as two pieces.

SOLOIST

  • I category – born in 2011 and younger – up to 5 minutes
  • II category – born in 2009 and younger – up to 5 minutes
  • III category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • IV category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • V category – born in 2003 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VI category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VII category – born in 1999 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VIII category – born in 1997 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • IX category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • X category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

*Soloist can perform with only one accompanist.

 

DUO (two similar instruments)

  • XI category – born in 2009 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XII category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XIII category – born in 2005and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XIV category – born in 2003 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XV category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XVI category – born in 1999and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XVII category – born in 1997 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XVIII category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XIX category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

*Duo can perform with only one accompanist.

 

ENSEMBLE (of 3-15 members)

  • XX category – born in 2009 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XXI category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 7 minutes
  • XXII category – born in 2003 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XXIII category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XXIV category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

*Ensemble can perform with only one accompanist and/or one illustrator. Age category is defined by average age of all participants, without illustrator (concertmaster).

 

Article 5.

For the premier performance or performance of non-catalogued composition, it is necessary to deliver scores of such composition using electronic mail.

 

Article 6.

Competitive video recording must comply with following conditions:

  • As evidence that video recording is exclusively intended for competition, competitor is obligated to, before performance of competition program:
  • – Soloist and duo say his/her name, surname and year of birth

– One of the member of ensemble says the name of ensemble and their age category

  • Recording must be sent in Mp4 format
  • On the recording, performer(s), must be clearly seen (soloist, duo, ensemble, concertmaster)
  • Complete performance program is to be performed like on regular competition and video editing or playback are absolutely forbidden
  • Stopping the video camera during the entire recording is not allowed
  • Recording which does not comply required conditions will be returned to the performer, with the request to send us new recording in timely manner, which compiles Rules

Recommendations for video recording

 

Article 7.

During entering the website www.musiccompetition.eu competitor sends documents as follows:

  • Filled in Online Application form
  • Video recording in Mp4 format
  • Scanned Birth certificate or page from the passport with general information (for soloists and duets)
  • Scanned list of members of the ensemble with their years of birth, verified by the institution they are representing (for ensembles)
  • Scanned receipt on donation payment

*Total maximum size of all files – 100 MB

** Detailed instructions for OnLine application 

 

Article 8.

For foreign competitors, registration fee:

  • I, II category – 20 EUR
  • III – IX category 25 EUR
  • Duo or ensemble – 30 EUR (per a duo or ensemble)

Detailed instructions for payment in EUROS or DOLLARS on THIS PAGE

*  Commission and the transaction costs, pays contestant. 

 

Article 9.

Competition is held every year and applying from 15th of February and not later than 01st of March. Until March 05th, video recording of the competition performance will be placed on the website www.musiccompetition.eu and on the 15th of March, results of the Jury will be announced for each competition category.

 

Article 10.

Competitor’s application for each category individually will be reviewed and determined for compliance with Rules by the person authorized by Organizer.

 

Article 11.

By participation in competition, competitors automatically disown the right for any material (financial) remuneration regarding eventual publication and distribution of music video recordings on CD and DVD publications and Internet.

 

Article 12.

Work of the Jury is regulated by special Rules. Jury members are to be elected out of renowned music pedagogues, as well as performing artists, conductors and chamber musicians. All Jury decisions are final and irrevocable.

 

Article 13.

Competitors are qualified according to the average grade point of evaluations by the Jury:

  • LAUREATE FIRST PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 90, 00/100 points
  • LAUREATE SECOND PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 80, 00 points
  • LAUREATE THIRD PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 70, 00 points
  • DIPLOMA– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 60, 00 points

Number of awards (prizes) is not limited.

 

Article 14.

Soloist, duo or ensemble with the best placement in competition discipline will be awarded with Diploma “Internet Music Champion of the World”.

In case if several competitors (soloist, duo, ensemble) in the different categories have same number of points, final decision on the placement will be brought by the Jury.

 

Article 15.

Participant who is awarded with Diploma “Internet Music Champion of the World” participates in Masters Finals. Jury selects Absolute Winner of Master Finals, i.e.  absolute winner of all competition disciplines and the entire competition.

 

Article 16.

Fund of prizes from Association

  • All contestants will be awarded with diplomas
  • Teachers and accompanists on request receive a “Certificate for a portfolio” 
  • Invitation to the jury
  • Absolute Winner of Master Finals gets trophy and Diploma
  • State and public institutions, enterprises and individuals, in agreement with the organizers may award special prizes.

 

Fund of prizes from MIR Production (www.mirproduction.com) totaling $ 2,000 will be distributed among the elected members of Masters Final. The prize fund consists of the following awards:

  • Cash prize for the absolute winner in Masters Final
  • The contract for the concert performances with the production center “MIR Production”
  • Manufacturing full website
  • Posting picture of absolute winner on official poster of the competition
  • Manufacturing concert posters
  • All participants of Master Finals do not pay donation for participation on competition next year
  • Organizing solo concert or concert tour
  • Professional photo shoot
  • Payment of travel, accommodation or entry fee to participate in the master class
  • Payment of the entry fee for the competition by select the contestant
  • And other prizes, in agreement with the organizer

MIR Production reserves the right distribution of the prize pool.              

 

Article 17.

After all nominations of competition are finished, Diplomas will be sent on May 9th  through regular mail to the institution administration.

 

Article 18.

In case of dispute between Organizer and competitors, provisions of Serbian text will prevail.

 

Article 19.

By applying for the competition, participants automatically accept conditions from previous provisions of these Rules.

FRENCH HORN – Rules 2020

 

Article 1.

Association of pedagogues of elementary and high music schools of Serbia and production center MIR Production (hereinafter refer to as organizer), organizes INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION – Belgrade, Serbia (hereinafter refer to as competition). Competition takes place entirely over the Internet.

 

Article 2.

Competition is held by the Rules of participation, which is proposed by expert council, and is to be adopted by Assembly of the Association.

 

Article 3.

Right of participation is given to all competitors from all the countries in the world. 

 

Article 4.

Competition program is consisted of two compositions. Participants compete in categories according to the age and program is to be performed by heart and completely. Contestants can perform with only one accompanist. Total duration of the video recording is limited:

SOLOIST

  • I category – born in 2009 and younger – up to 6 minutes
  • II category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 8 minutes
  • III category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • IV category – born in 2003 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • V category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VI category – born in 1999 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VII category – born in 1997 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • VIII category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • IX category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

 

DUO (two similar instruments)

  • X category – born in 2009 and younger – up to 8 minutes
  • XI category – born in 2007 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XII category – born in 2005 and younger – up to 10 minutes
  • XIII category – born in 2003 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XIV category – born in 2001 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XV category – born in 1999 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XVI category – born in 1997 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XVII category – born in 1991 and younger – up to 12 minutes
  • XVIII category – born in 1990 and older – up to 12 minutes

* Duos are not obligated to perform compositions by heart.

 

Article 5.

For the premier performance or performance of non-catalogued composition, it is necessary to deliver scores of such composition using electronic mail.

 

Article 6.

Competitive video recording must comply with following conditions:

  • As evidence that video recording is exclusively intended for competition, competitor is obligated to, before performance of competition program, say his/her name, surname and year of birth
  • Recording must be sent in Mp4 format
  • On the recording, instrument, hands and face of the performer and concertmaster must be clearly seen
  • Complete performance program is to be performed like on regular competition and video editing or playback are absolutely forbidden
  • Stopping the video camera during the entire recording is not allowed
  • Recording which does not comply required conditions will be returned to the performer, with the request to send us new recording in timely manner, which compiles rules

Recommendations for video recording

 

Article 7.

Registration is to be done exclusively through electronic means. During entering the website www.musiccompetition.eu competitor sends documents as follows:

  • Filled in Online Application form
  • Video recording in Mp4 format
  • Scanned Birth certificate or page from the passport with general information
  • Scanned receipt on donation payment

*Total maximum size of all files – 100 MB

** Detailed instructions for OnLine application 

 

Article 8.

For foreign competitors, registration fee:

  • I, II category – 20 EUR
  • III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX category 25 EUR
  • Duo – 30 EUR (per a duo)

For foreign competitors мore details about payment in EUROS and DOLLARS on THIS PAGE.

 Commission and the transaction costs, pays contestant. 

 

Article 9.

Competition is held every year and applying from 15th of February and not later than 15th of March. Until March 20th, video recording of the competition performance will be placed on the website www.musiccompetition.eu and on the 31st of March, results of the Jury will be announced for each competition category.

 

Article 10.

Competitor’s application for each category individually will be reviewed and determined for compliance with Rules by the person authorized by Organizer.

 

Article 11.

By participation in competition, competitors automatically disown the right for any material (financial) remuneration regarding eventual publication and distribution of music video recordings on CD and DVD publications and Internet.

 

Article 12.

Work of the Jury is regulated by special Rules. Jury members are to be elected out of renowned music pedagogues, as well as performing artists, conductors and chamber musicians. All Jury decisions are final and irrevocable.

 

Article 13.

Competitors are qualified according to the average grade point of evaluations by the Jury:

  • LAUREATE FIRST PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 90, 00/100 points
  • LAUREATE SECOND PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 80, 00 points
  • LAUREATE THIRD PRIZE– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 70, 00 points
  • DIPLOMA– is to be awarded to the competitor who wins at least 60, 00 points

Number of awards (prizes) is not limited.

 

Article 14.

Competitor, who won first prize, with the best placement in competition discipline will be awarded with Diploma Internet Music Champion of the World.

In case if several competitors-soloists in the category have same number of points, advantage will be given to younger competitor. In case if several competitors in the different categories have same number of points, final decision on the placement will be brought by the Jury.

 

Article 15.

Participant who is awarded with Diploma “Internet Music Champion of the World” participates in Masters Finals. Jury selects Absolute Winner of Master Finals, i.e. absolute winner of all competition disciplines and the entire competition.

 

Article 16.

Fund of prizes from Association:

  • All contestants will be awarded with diplomas
  • Teachers and accompanists on request receive a “Certificate for a portfolio” 
  • Invitation to the jury
  • Absolute Winner of Master Finals gets trophy and Diploma
  • State and public institutions, enterprises and individuals, in agreement with the organizers may award special prizes.

 

Fund of prizes from MIR Production www.mirproduction.com totaling $ 2,000 will be distributed among the elected members of Masters Final. The prize fund consists of the following awards:

  • Cash prize for the absolute winner in Masters Final
  • The contract for the concert performances with the production center “MIR Production”
  • Manufacturing full website
  • Posting picture of absolute winner on official poster of the competition
  • Manufacturing concert posters
  • All participants of Master Finals do not pay donation for participation on competition next year
  • Organizing solo concert or concert tour
  • Professional photo shoot
  • Payment of travel, accommodation or entry fee to participate in the master class
  • Payment of the entry fee for the competition by select the contestant
  • And other prizes, in agreement with the organizer

MIR Production reserves the right distribution of the prize pool.              

 

Article 17.

After all nominations of competition are finished, Diplomas will be sent on May 9th  through regular mail to the institution administration.

 

Article 18.

In case of dispute between Organizer and competitors, provisions of Serbian text will prevail.

 

Article 19.

By applying for the competition, participants automatically accept conditions from previous provisions of these Rules.