14-й Міжнародний конкурс піаністів в Орлеані

Конкурси Фортепіано2020
Дедлайн: 02/12/2019
Місце проведення: Орлеан, Франція
Дисципліни: Фортепіано
З: 16/04/2020 До: 26/04/2020
Обмеження за віком: до 36

www.oci-piano.com

 

DATES / PLACES & INFORMATION

DECEMBER 2nd 2019 APPLICATION DEADLINE
DECEMBER 16th 2019 NOTIFICATION OF CANDIDATES SELECTED FOR THE COMPETITION
JANUARY 20th 2020 DEADLINE FOR PROGRAMME MODIFICATION
APRIL 15th 2020 (10.00am) DRAW
APRIL 16th, 17th, 18th 2020 FIRST ROUND
APRIL 19th, 20th 2020 SECOND ROUND
APRIL 22nd 2020 SEMI-FINAL RECITAL
APRIL 26th 2020 (3.00pm) FINAL
MAY 11th 2020 (8.30pm) CONCERT OF THE LAUREATES

ELIGIBILITY

The 14th International Piano Competition of Orléans is open to both male and female pianists of all nationalities, born on or after January 1st, 1984. 

Pianists can participate in the Competition a maximum of three times. When a pianist is applying for the second or third time they must present a new programme. A maximum of two pieces already performed in previous years will be tolerated. 

Candidates are not required to perform from memory.
Performances for the Competition rounds will be open to the public and will be recorded. 

APPLICATIONS

The deadline for applications is December 2nd, 2019. Only complete applications will be considered. 

Applications should be submitted via email (info@oci-piano.fr) or on the Competition website www.oci-piano.com and must include the following documents (preferably in Word or PDF format): 

  1. A copy of your valid passport – Two recent photographs (10.5 x 15cm / 300 dpi) – A document confirming payment of the registration fee – Curriculum Vitae (maximum of two pages – written in French or English only) 
  2. Two recent letters of recommendation 
  3. A recent, unedited, good quality video recording of the performance of two short pieces of contrasting music (total length of the video: 10’). For help on how to film this video, applicants are advised to watch the videos of the qualifying rounds of the International piano competition of Orléans 2018 on our YouTube channel: Concours international de piano d’Orléans. Youtube link and MP4 file (sent by email/Wetransfer) are both accepted. Please contact us if you require further technical information. 
  4. The chosen programme for the first three rounds with full details and timings. For the first round, the chosen piece for the André Chevillion 
  5. Yvonne Bonnaud Composition Prize (6’-8’) can be submitted after the applicant has been selected. 
  6. A short statement of intent (written in French or English only) for the second round programme and Semi-final Recital. 
  7. A detailed list of technical requirements for pieces with electroacoustic devices or video. –> Please ensure that the documents and files you submit are of adequate quality. The registration fee is €100 and this is non-refundable. This registration fee must be paid when submitting an application, either online (https://www.helloasso.com/associations/orleans-concours-international/paiements/frais-d-ins cription-registration-fees) , or by bank transfer to:

    Banque : Société Générale Orléans, 14 avenue des Droits de l’Homme 45000 Orléans Code IBAN : FR76 3000 3015 4000 0509 0641 706
    Code SWIFT : SOGEFRPP
    Bénéficiaire : Orléans Concours International Payment by cheque issued from a French bank account is accepted.
    Do not hesitate to contact the Competition organisers if you need any help or have any questions. 

 

ACCOMMODATION/TRAVEL ASSISTANCE/INSURANCE

  • All candidates can stay with a local family, free of charge, for the duration of the competition – on demand at the time of registration. 
  • We kindly ask candidates to contact their host family as soon as the Competition organisers have passed on their details. 
  • As candidates are hosted on a voluntary basis by families, we ask that they respect the basic principles of politeness and good behaviour. 
  • The Competition is not responsible for any costs incurred by candidates due to illness or accidents during their stay in Orléans. Competition organisers ask each candidate to give on the registration form the contact details of a friend or relative who can be contacted in case of emergency. 
  • A list of hotels and guest houses with preferential rates can be sent to candidates on request (payable by the candidate). 
  • We can provide candidates with the necessary documents required for a visa application. 

 

APRIL 16th – 17th – 18th 2020 / SALLE DE L’INSTITUT
FIRST ROUND – ALL SELECTED CANDIDATES Between 20’ and 25’

Choose two contrasting etudes (see below the paragraph ‘Details about the programme’) 

  • Perform a newly composed piece for the André Chevillion – Yvonne Bonnaud Composition Prize (between 6’ and 8’) – (see. p. 4 ) 
  • Select a piece from the “Concours d’Orléans/Ferruccio Busoni” list (see below the paragraph ‘Details about the programme’) 

APRIL 19th – 20th 2020 / SALLE DE L’INSTITUT 

SECOND ROUND – 15 CANDIDATES Between 45’ and 50’ => Base the programme around a chosen theme and present this idea in a short statement of intent.

  • Perform a piece from one or two of the composers linked to the Special Prizes (see p. 5): André Boucourechliev, Edison Denisov, Alberto Ginastera, Olivier Greif, André Jolivet, Maurice Ohana, Albert Roussel, Isang Yun. 
  • Complete the programme with a choice of pieces composed between 1900 and 2020. 

APRIL 22nd 2020 / SALLE DE L’INSTITUT 

SEMI-FINAL RECITAL – (7 CANDIDATES) Between 40’ and 45’ => Base the programme around a chosen theme and present this idea in a short statement of intent.

  • Perform the new mandatory piece by Pascal Dusapin (8’-10’ / see. p. 4) : Piano Works n°3 – “Black Letters” Co-commission by the Competition and the Musée du Louvre to Pascal Dusapin (Editions Salabert – Universal Music Publishing Classical) as part as the Soulages exhibition at the Musée du Louvre. 
  • Perform a piece from one or two of the composers linked to the Special Prizes (see p. 5): André Boucourechliev, Edison Denisov, Alberto Ginastera, Olivier Greif, André Jolivet, Maurice Ohana, Albert Roussel, Isang Yun. 
  • Complete the programme with a choice of pieces composed between 1900 and 2020.

    APRIL 26th 2020 – 3.00pm / THÉÂTRE D’ORLÉANS 

FINAL – (3 CANDIDATES)’ Between 30’ and 40’ 

  • Agata Zubel, Chamber piano concerto – for piano(s) and ensemble (2018) – 13’ With the Ensemble intercontemporain – Simon Proust, conductor – see. p. 4 
  • Francis Poulenc, Sextuor pour piano et vents op.100 : 1. Allegro vivace (1939) – 8’ With the Soloists of the Orchestre Symphonique d’Orléans 3 
  • Complete the programme with one piece composed between 1900 and 2020


MAY 11th, 2020 – 8.30pm / THÉÂTRE DES BOUFFES DU NORD (PARIS)
CONCERT OF THE LAUREATES

INTERPRETATION PRIZE 

Blanche Selva 1st Prize – 12 000 € 

BEG Ingénierie 2nd Prize – 8 000 € 

Offered by the Corporate Foundation BEG Ingénierie André Chevillion – Yvonne Bonnaud 3rd Prize – 5 000 € 

Offered by the Fondation André Chevillion – Yvonne Bonnaud, under the aegis of the Fondation de France SACEM Prize – 4 600 € 

Offered by SACEM and awarded to the best performance of the mandatory piece commissioned to Pascal Dusapin. Polska Music Prize – 2 000 € 

Offered by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute and awarded to the best performance of Chamber piano concerto – for piano(s) and ensemble (2018) by the Polish composer Agata Zubel. Orléans Music Conservatory students Prize – 1 500 € 

Offered by the Rotary Club of Orléans and awarded by a jury of students of Orléans Music Conservatory during the final round. 

MANAGEMENT, CONCERT TOURS AND CD RECORDING
COMPOSITION PRIZE André Chevillion – Yvonne Bonnaud Composition Prize – 5 000 €

SPECIAL PRIZES 

The Special Prizes are awarded by institutions who promote the work or career of a major 20th century composer or pianist. Find information about the different Special Prizes on our website. 

20TH CENTURY INTERPRETERS Samson François Prize – 2 000 € (Offered by the Association Les Amis de Josette Samson François.)
Claude Helffer Prize – 3 000 € (Offered by Mrs Mireille Helffer in tribute to the great departed pianist).
Ricardo Viñes Prize – 2 500 € (Supported by the Conseil Départemental du Loiret, awarded to the best performance of a French piece).

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