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Neue Sterne: Teilnahme

Neue Sterne: Teilnahmebedingungen

PARTICIPATION FEE – PIANO COMPETITION: 100 € *

Please transfer the fee to: Freunde Jüdischer Kunst und Kultur e.V.

Bank: Harzer Volksbank

IBAN: DE 84 8006 3508 4001 287500

Account holder/ Beneficiary's address: Freunde Jüdischer Kunst und Kultur e.V.

SWIFT: BIC GENODEF1QLB

Payment reference: First + last name + NEUE STERNE 2018

* After the application, the participation fee can not be refunded.

APPLICATION DEADLINE  31.01.2018

Neue Sterne: Programmablauf

6. Internationaler Klavierwettbewerb „Neue Sterne“ Wernigerode vom 08. bis 15. April 2018

Programmablauf:

  • Sonntag, 08. April 2018, 18:00 Uhr
    Eröffnungskonzert im Fürstlichen Marstall Wernigerode mit Jurorin Tang Jin
    Eintritt: Normal 15,00 €, ermäßigt 10,00 €; Tickets bei Wernigeröder Tourist Information und online über ProTicket
    Ermäßigungsberechtigt sind Kinder, Schüler, Studenten, Azubis, Rollstuhlfahrer und Senioren.
  • Montag, 09. April 2018, 9 Uhr bis 12 Uhr und von 13 Uhr bis ca. 18 Uhr
    1. Runde - Kreismusikschule Harz, Bahnhofsplatz 3
    Jeweils 15-minütiges freies Soloprogramm der Teilnehmer/Innen
    Eintritt frei
  • Dienstag, 10. April 2018, 9 Uhr bis 12 Uhr und von 13 Uhr bis ca. 18 Uhr
    1. Runde Vorauswahl - Kreismusikschule Harz, Bahnhofsplatz 3
    Jeweils 15-minütiges freies Soloprogramm der Teilnehmer/Innen
    Eintritt frei
  • Mittwoch, 11. April 2018, 10 Uhr bis 12 Uhr und 13 Uhr bis 17 Uhr
    2. Runde - Kreismusikschule Harz, Bahnhofsplatz 3
    Jeweils 15-minütiges freies Soloprogramm der Teilnehmer/Innen
    Eintritt frei
  • Donnerstag, 12. April 2018, 10 Uhr bis 12 Uhr und 13 Uhr bis 14 Uhr
    2. Runde - Kreismusikschule Harz, Bahnhofsplatz 3
    Jeweils 15-minütiges freies Soloprogramm der Teilnehmer/Innen
    Eintritt frei
  • Donnerstag, 12. April 2018, 18:30 Uhr
    Festivalkonzert im Landesgymnasium für Musik
    Eintritt frei
  • Freitag, 13. April 2018, 9:30 Uhr bis 16:30 Uhr
    Semifinale - Fürstlicher Marstall Am Lustgarten 40, Wernigerode
    Soloprogramm der besten 10 Teilnehmer/Innen
    Jeweils 30-minütiges freies Soloprogramm
    Eintritt Tageskarte: 5,00 €
  • Freitag, 13. April 2018, 17:30 Uhr
    Bekanntgabe der 3 Finalisten
  • Freitag, 13. April 2018, 19:00 Uhr
    FESTIVALKONZERT UNTERM STERNENHIMMEL im Harzplanetarium (Walther-Rathenau-Str. 9)
    Eintritt 8 Euro, begrenzte Platzanzahl
    Reservierung unter 03943/ 65 44 18
  • Samstag, 14. April 2018, 17:00 Uhr
    Finale - Fürstlicher Marstall, Am Lustgarten 40, Wernigerode
    Finalrunde mit Orchester – je Teilnehmer ein etwa 30-minütiges Klavierkonzert, Pause mit Imbissangebot
  • Samstag, 14. April 2018, 19:30 Uhr
    Preisverleihung
    Eintritt: Tageskarte Normal 18,00 €, Ermäßigt 15,00 € bei Wernigeröder Tourist Information und online über ProTicket
    Ermäßigungsberechtigt sind Studenten, Azubis, Rollstuhlfahrer und Senioren. Kinder bis sieben Jahren und Schüler erhalten freien Eintritt.
  • Sonntag, 15. April 2018, 11:00 Uhr
    Matinee Kloster Ilsenburg Gesellschaft der Freunde und Förderer e.V KLOSTER ILSENBURG
    Klavierkonzert mit dem 3. Preisträger
  • Sonntag, 15. April 2018, 15:00 Uhr
    Michaelsteiner Klosterkonzert „Ausgezeichnet“
    Klavierkonzert mit dem 2. Preisträger - Kulturstiftung Sachsen-Anhalt
  • Sonntag, 15. April 2018, 18:00 Uhr
    Ratssaal Halberstadt
    Klavierkonzert mit dem 1. Preisträger - Kammermusikverein Halberstadt e.V.

Nähere Informationen finden Sie unter www.neue-sterne-wernigerode.de und in den einzelnen Veranstaltungen bei Facebook.

Neue Sterne: Competition Rules

  1. The 6th "Neue Sterne" International Piano Competition will take place in Wernigerode  from 9-15 of April, 2018.
    Competition Organized by the 
„Freunde Jüdischer Kunst und Kultur e.V“, the „Municipality of Wernigerode.
  2. The Competition is open to pianists of all nationalities and ages. 
  3. The Registration is open from April 1, 2017 till January 31, 2018.
    We have no application selection but due the calender of the competition will accept Maximum 80 earliest applications.
    The Repertoire can not be changed after January 31, 2018.
    The Application procedure must be done online.
    Candidates will not be admitted to the contest unless payment will be received.
    The entrance fee will not be reimbursed for any reason, except in the cases mentioned at point 10 of the regulation. 
  4. All participants must arrive tot he registration on April 8, 2018.
  5. The decisions of the jury are final and not subject to review or appeal. 
  6. The jury into equal parts can divide the prizes. The members of the jury may also suggest not to give any reward if they deem that no candidate is worthy. However, the Final decision will be made by the Chairman.
  7. All the rounds are open to the public and all the performances must be given by heart.
  8. The Competition consists of 4 rounds.
  9. If necessary the jury may request competitors some additional performances. 
  10. The organizing committee may cancel the competition in case of too few entries. Candidates will be promptly informed and the entrance fee will be refunded. 
  11. The program order of the rounds will be drawn by lots at the convocation time. 
  12. The drawing order will be followed in all rounds, the final one excepted. The day and the time of the performance will be decided by the secretariat.
    The order of appearance in the final will be determined by the jury. 
  13. Candidates must fill in the application form listing their program in due order. 
  14. In the eventuality of radio or television productions, audio or video recordings of the tests or of the winners’ concerts the participants have no right to advance claims or financial requests to the producers or transmitters. Participation implies the tacit consent of the above. 
  15. The prize-winners of the Neue Sterne International Piano Competition pledge that in the future they will use the title actually given them by the jury.
    Any abuse will be legally prosecuted. 
  16. The jury is made up of renowned artists and critics. Those members who have or have had, during the two years before the starting date of the competition, didactic relationships with one or more competitors, must retain from taking part in the discussion and in the voting during the above-mentioned competitors’ examinations.
    The abstention must be clearly reported in the minutes. During the first meeting, each member of the jury must sign a statement about his/her personal situation towards the participants with reference to above. 
  17. Repertoire
    „Live Preselection“

    Each candidate will perform a program of maximum 15 minutes in length.
    The repertoire will consist of works freely chosen by the Pianist, and may include also part/s of the large composition. 

    STAGE 1
    Each candidate will perform a program of maximum 15 minutes in length.
    The repertoire will consist of works freely chosen by the Pianist, and may include also part/s of the large composition. 

    STAGE 2 – Semi-Final
    Each candidate will perform a recital maximum 30 minutes in length.
    The repertoire will consist of works freely chosen by the pianist, and may include also part/s of the large composition. 

    STAGE 3 – Final with Orchestra 
    1 (One) Piano Concerto from the following list:
    Mozart. Concerto n. 20 in D minor, K. 466
    Mozart. Concerto n. 23 in A major, K. 488  
    Mozart. Concerto n. 27 in B flat major, K. 595
    Beethoven. Concerto n. 3 in C minor 
    Beethoven. Concerto n. 4 in G major 
    Beethoven. Concerto n. 5 in E flat major
    Chopin. Concerto n. 1 in E minor
    Chopin. Concerto n. 2 in F minor
    Liszt. Concerto n. 1 in E flat major   
    Liszt. Concerto n. 2 in A major
    Schumann. Concerto in A minor
    Grieg. Concerto in A minor
    Rachmaninoff. Concerto n. 2 in C minor
    Tchaikovsky.  Concerto n. 1 in B flat minor
    • The Competitor may choose the repertoire and decide the playing order of the programs.
    • No work shall be repeated at any stage of the Competition.
    • Accurate timings of all works chosen must be indicated on the enclosed Application Form.

    • All compositions must be played by memory.
    • The Competition Repertoire may not be changed after the January 31, 2018
  18. Prizes
    1. Prize: 5.000 € and Diploma, plus 1.000 € for the Prizewinner Concert on April 15, 2018 plus invitation to perform at „Klavierissiomo“ Festival 2019 
    2. Prize: 3.000 € and Diploma,  plus 500 € for the Prizewinner Concert on April 15, 2018
    3. Prize: 2.000 € and Diploma, plus 500 € for the Prizewinner Concert on April 15, 2018
  19. Financial settlements
    Travel, accommodation and visa costs, if necessary, are the responsibility of the participants themselves.To the applicants needing a visa, an official invitation will be sent.
  20. Copyright
    Full copyright is held by the Society „Freunde Judischer Kunst und Kultur e.V“.
    All stages of the Competition may be broadcast live and/or may be recorded and videotaped for subsequent
broadcast, video, DVD, audio recording or any other format/media use.   It is anticipated that recordings of selected Competition performances will be commercially produced, that a documentary of the Competition incorporating selected performances will be produced for television, and that parts of the Competition will be made available on the Internet.
    Camera crews may photograph all Competition events.
    Neither the ’’Neue Sterne International Piano Competition“, the society „FJKUK e.V“ nor its assignees or licensees may be held liable for anpayments to participants arising out of materials derived from Competition performances.

Neue Sterne: Repertoire of all stages

Live Preselection

Each candidate will perform a program of maximum 15 minutes in length.

The repertoire will consist of works chosen by the Pianist, and may include also part/s of the large composition.

STAGE 1

Each candidate will perform a program of maximum 15 minutes in length.

The repertoire will consist of works chosen by the Pianist, and may include also part/s of the large composition.

STAGE 2 – Semi-Final

Each candidate will perform a recital maximum 30 minutes in length.

The repertoire will consist of works chosen by the pianist, and may include also part/s of the large composition.

STAGE 3 – Final with Orchestra

1 (One) Piano Concerto from the following list:

Mozart. Concerto n. 20 in D minor, K. 466 
Mozart. Concerto n. 23 in A major, K. 488
Mozart. Concerto n. 27 in B flat major, K. 595

Beethoven. Concerto n. 3 in C minor
Beethoven. Concerto n. 4 in G major  
Beethoven. Concerto n. 5 in E flat major

Chopin. Concerto n. 1 in E minor
Chopin. Concerto n. 2 in F minor

Liszt. Concerto n. 1 in E flat major
Liszt. Concerto n. 2 in A major

Schumann. Concerto in A minor

Grieg. Concerto in A minor

Rachmaninoff. Concerto n. 2 in C minor

Tchaikovsky.  Concerto n. 1 in B flat minor

The Competitor may choose the repertoire and decide the playing order of the programs.
No work shall be repeated at any stage of the Competition.
Accurate timings of all works chosen must be indicated on the enclosed Application Form.

All compositions must be played by memory.
The Competition Repertoire may not be changed after the January 31, 2018