11-й Міжнародний вокальний конкурс ім. Станіслава Монюшко

Конкурси Спів20212022
Дедлайн: 15/02/2022
Місце проведення: Варшава, Польща
Дисципліни: Спів
З: 06/06/2022 До: 11/06/2022
Обмеження за віком: 18-33

11TH INTERNATIONAL STANISŁAW MONIUSZKO VOCAL COMPETITION

The Competition will take place at the Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera in Warsaw from 6 to 11 June 2022.

The Competition is organised by the Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera.

II. Location and Schedule

1. The Schedule of the Competition is as follows:

  • 15 November 2021 – opening of applications
  • 15 February 2022 – deadline for applications
  • 25 March 2022 – announcement of the list of selected Candidates
  • 6 April 2022 – deadline for paying the registration fee
  • 14 April 2022 – draw and announcement of the order of auditions
  • 6-7 June 2022 – Stage 1
  • 8-9 June 2022 – Stage 2
  • 11 June 2022 – Stage 3 (Finals), results announcement, Awards Ceremony

The Competition will take place:
Stage 1 and 2 – in the Redutowe Rooms of the Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera
Stage 3 (Finals) – in the Moniuszko Auditorium of the Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera.

JURY

John Allison CHAIR OF THE JURYEditor of Opera Magazine
Boris Ignatov Casting Director, Staatsoper Stuttgart
Peter Mario Katona,Director of Casting, Royal Opera House, London
Izabella Kłosińska,Casting Director, Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera
Mariusz Kwiecień, Artistic Director, Wrocław Opera
Thomas Lausmann, Director of Music Administration, Metropolitan Opera
Gianluca Macheda, Director of GM Art&Music
Joan Matabosch, Artistic Director, Teatro Real
Roberto Mauro, Director, Artistic Planning, Canadian Opera Company
Eleonora Pacetti, Director, „Fabbrica” Young Artist Program, Teatro dell’Opera di Roma
Olga Pasichnyk, Soprano
Nicholas Payne, director, Opera Europa
Ewa Podleś, contralto
Tobias Truniger, Director of Bayerische Staatsoper Opera Studio
Annette Weber, Opera Director, Opernhaus Zürich
Edith Wiens, soprano, professor of voice, director of Internationale Meistersinger Akademie

Eligibility

The Competition is open to singers of any nationality, resident anywhere in the world, and born not earlier than 6 June 1989 and not later than 6 June 2004.

The Programme of the Competition

1. The Competition consists of the following Stages:

a. Stage1 withpiano:

  • one opera aria from the 18th or 19th century,
  • one Polish song from the 19th, 20th or 21st century (sung in Polish or translation).

b. Stage 2 with piano:

  • one opera aria from the 18th or 19th century, other than the one performed in the Stage 1,
  • one opera aria from the 19th, 20th or 21st century, other than the one performed in the Stage 1,
  • one song from the world repertoire from the 19th, 20th or 21st century.

c. Stage3(Finals)with orchestra:

  • one Polish opera, oratorio or operetta aria (sung in Polish or translation),
  • one opera aria from the world repertoire, other than the ones performed in previous Stages.

VI. Awards

1. The following prizes shall be awarded by the Jury:

  • GRAND PRIX – 15 000 EURFemale voices:
  • 1st Prize – 10 000 EUR
  • 2nd Prize – 8 000 EUR
  • 3rd Prize – 6 000 EURMale voices:
  • 1st Prize – 10 000 EUR
  • 2nd Prize – 8 000 EUR
  • 3rd Prize – 6 000 EUR
  • The Prize for remaining finalists – 2 000 EUR each
  • The Maria Fołtyn Prize for the best performance of a Stanisław Moniuszko piece – 8 000 EUR
  • The Prize for the best pianist (born not earlier than 6 June 1987) – 2 000 EUR
  • The Prize for an outstanding pianist (born not earlier than 6 June 1987) – 1 500 EUR
  • Every Participant admitted to and performing in Stage 2 of the Competition but not admitted to Stage 3 (Finals) will be given 500 EUR by the Organiser. He/She will not be entitled to call him/herself a Prizewinner of the Competition.Exhibits:Exhibit 1: Application Form
    Exhibit 2: Participant’s Statement
    Exhibit 3: Repertoire List
    Exhibit 4: Pianist’s Application and Statement
    Exhibit 5: Jury’s Statute
    Exhibit 6: Selection Panel’s Statute