Міжнародний музичний конкурс у Монреалі

Дедлайн: 15/12/2021
Місце проведення: Монреаль, Канада
Дисципліни: Спів
З: 31/05/2022 До: 09/06/2022
Обмеження за віком: 17-32

The Voice 2022 edition of the Concours musical international de Montréal (CMIM) is an elite-level international competition open to classical singers of any nationality, born between 1989 and 2004 (inclusive), who are in the early stages of a professional performing career.

There are two divisions in the Voice 2022 competition: Aria and Art Song.

Eligible singers may choose to apply to compete in either one or both divisions.

  • –  Singers applying to compete in the Aria division must perform works from the repertoire (Appendix 2) composed for voice and orchestra (opera, oratorio, cantata, mass, concert arias, orchestral songs cycles, etc.).
  • –  Singers applying to compete in the Art Song division must perform from the repertoire composed for voice and piano (French art song, German lied, etc.).First Prize laureates from previous CMIM voice editions are not eligible to apply.PRIZES, AWARDS AND GRANTS CMIM – Aria 2022Prizes valued at a total of $74,500

– First Prize

• Grand cash prize ($30,000)

• Artist Residency at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity ($2,500)

  • –  Pierre Péladeau and Raymonde Chopin Second Prize ($15,000)
  • –  Third Prize ($10,000)
  • –  Opera Aria Award ($5,000)
  • –  André Bourbeau Award for the Best Canadian Artist – Aria ($3,000)
  • –  ICI Musique People’s Choice Award – Aria ($3,000)
  • –  CMIM Grants for unranked finalists ($3,000 each)CMIM – Art Song 2022Prizes valued at a total of $78,500
  • –  First Prize – Leopold-Simoneau ($30,000)• Grand cash prize ($30,000)• Artist Residency at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity ($2,500)
  • –  Maureen Forester Second Prize ($15,000)
  • –  Lois Marshall Third Prize ($10,000)
  • –  German Lied Award ($5,000)
  • –  French Art Song Award ($5,000)
  • –  André Bachand Award for the Best Performance of a Canadian Work ($5,000)
  • –  André Bourbeau Award for the Best Canadian Artist – Art Song ($3,000)
  • –  ICI Musique People’s Choice Award – Art Song- Art Song ($3,000)
  1. Prizes accessible to all competitors:Prizes value at over $70,000
    • –  Joseph-Rouleau Career Development Grant ($50,000)
    • –  Normand Beauchamp Winner’s Tour to Three North American Cities ($15,000)
    • –  Bita Cattelan Philanthropic Engagement Award ($5,000)
    • –  Professional artistic representation
  1. IMPORTANT DATESSeptember 15, 2021: online registrations open
    December 15, 2021, at midnight: application deadline February 15, 2022: preselection results announced
    May 29, 2022: launch of the Voice 2022 edition
    May 31 to June 9, 2022: live competition rounds in Montreal


  • –  The application form will be available online via the CMIM’s official application portal.
  • –  Applications must be submitted online via the CMIM’s official application portal.
  • –  Singers wishing to compete in both divisions of the competition (Aria and Art Song) must submittwo applications.

An application is comprised of the following:

  1. a)  A completed online application form, including contact information for two (2) musical references,and the complete program for each round of the competition.
  2. b)  A non-refundable application fee of $135 US.
  3. c)  Two (2) high-resolution colour photographs (including one headshot) suitable for publication and CMIM promotional use.
  4. d)  Three (3) audition videos per chosen division(s) (one video per song or aria):– Aria: three (3) different arias from the standard repertoire for solo voice and orchestra (recorded with piano accompaniment or with orchestra), in at least two (2) different languages.

– Art Song: three (3) different songs from the standard art song repertoire for voice and piano, in their original versions, in at least two (2) different languages, with at least one (1) song by Franz Schubert.

All audition videos must be of high-quality with excellent audio, shot from one angle with a single fixed camera (no zooming, tilting, or panning). The singer’s face must remain fully visible at all times. Videos must not be edited, enhanced, or modified in any way.

All recordings must be made after July 1, 2020.


CMIM officials will review all applications to ensure they are complete, eligible, and meet the required technical standards.

The CMIM reserves the right to disqualify any candidates who have failed to fulfill all of the application requirements.

A preliminary selection committee, appointed by the CMIM, will review and evaluate the audition videos.

A maximum of 32 singers (20 for Aria and 12 for Art Song) will be selected to compete in the Voice 2022 edition of the CMIM.

Singers who apply to compete in the two (2) divisions of the competition may be selected to take part in one or both divisions.

Selected singers, as well as all other registered candidates, will be notified of the preliminary selection results by February 15, 2022, at the very latest.


All selected competitors (and participating pianists, if applicable) are required to be free of all engagements and available to perform in Montreal between May 29 and June 9, 2022 (inclusive).

The CMIM will provide return economy-class travel to Montreal and arrange for free accommodation with a volunteer host family in the Montreal area for all competitors and eligible pianists. Competitors and pianists who wish to make other arrangements may do so at their own expense.


All participants in the competition must comply with the government health measures in force in Montreal at the time of the 2022 Voice Edition (i.e. Vaccination, wearing a mask, distancing, quarantine, etc.). In such a case, and to the possible extent, the CMIM will notify the competitors before their trip to Montreal.

If additional costs are generated by the exceptional measures in force on the territory of Montreal and in the places where the competition takes place, a prior agreement must be established between the CMIM and the participants concerned before their travel to Montreal.

The Competition reserves the right to postpone or cancel an edition that could be compromised due to events of force majeure.



BACH, J. S. – All Cantatas, Passions, Masses

BARBER, S. – Antony & Cleopatra Vanessa

BEETHOVEN, L. v. – Fidelio

BELLINI, V. – I Capuleti e i Montecchi I Puritani, Il Pirata, La Sonnambula, Norma

BERG, A. – Lulu, Sieben frühe Lieder Wozzeck

BERLIOZ, H. – Béatrice et Bénédict Benvenuto Cellini, La Damnation de Faust Les Troyens, Les nuits d’été

BERNSTEIN, L. – Candide Songfest

BIZET, G. – Carmen, La jolie fille de Perth, Les Pêcheurs de perles

BOCCHERINI, L. – Stabat Mater

BOITO A. –  Mefistofele

BORODIN, A. – Kniaz’ Igor (Prince Igor)

BRAHMS, J. – Ein deutsches Requiem

BRITTEN, B. – A Midsummer Night’s Dream Billy Budd, Death in Venice, Peter Grimes, The Rape of Lucretia War Requiem, Les Illuminations

CATALANI, A. – La Wally


CHAUSSON, E. – Le roi Arthus “Le temps des lilas” (Poème de l’amour et de la mer)


CILEA, F. – Adriana Lecouvreur L’Arlesiana

CIMAROSA, D. – Il Matrimonio segreto

DEBUSSY, C. – L’enfant prodigue, La damoiselle élue Pelléas et Mélisande

DELIBES, L. – Lakmé

DONIZETTI, G. – Anna Bolena, Dom Sebastien, Don Pasquale, L’elisir d’amore, La favorita, Linda di Chamounix Lucia di Lammermoor Lucrezia Borgia Maria Sturda

DUPARC, H. – Au pays où se fait la guerre Chanson triste, Extase, Le manoir de Rosemonde Phidylé

DVORAK, A. – Rusalka

ELGAR, E. – The Apostles The Kingdom Sea Pictures

FAURE, G. – Requiem, “Après un rêve” (op. 7/1)

FLOYD, C. – Susanna

FRANCK, C. – Nocturne

GERSHWIN, G.  – Porgy and Bess

GIORDANO, U. – Andrea Chenier Fedora

GLINKA, M. – Ruslan and Ludmila

GLUCK, C. W. – Alceste, Armide, Iphigénie en Aulide, Iphigénie en Tauride, Orfeo ed Euridice (Wien 1762), Orphée et Eurydice (Paris 1774)

GOUNOD, C. – Faust, Mireille Polyeucte, Reine de Saba Roméo et Juliette Sapho

GRIEG, E. – Solvejgs Lied

HANDEL, G. F. – Alcina, Amadigi Ariodante, Ezio, Giulio Cesare Jehptha Joshua Messiah Orlando Ottone Partenope Radamisto Riccardo Primo Rinaldo Rodelinda Samson, Serse Susanna Tamerlano Theodora

HAYDN, J. – Die Jahreszeiten Die Schöpfung L’infedeltà delusa Le pescatrici, Lo speziale
St. Cecilia Mass / Messe de Sainte Cécile Orfeo ed Euridice, Orlando Paladino, Stabat Mater

JANACEK, L. – Jenufa, Katja Kabànova

KORNGOLD, E. – Die tote Stadt

LALO, E. – Le Roi d’Ys

LEONCAVALLO, R. – I Pagliacci

LISZT, F. – Die Lorelei

MAHLER, G. – Des Knaben Wunderhorn , G. Rückert Lieder Kindertotenlieder, Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen Sieben Lieder aus letzter Zeit

MASCAGNI, P. – Cavalleria rusticana Iris, L’amico Fritz

MASSENET, J. – Cendrillon, Don Quichotte, Grisélidis, Hérodiade, Le Cid, Le jongleur de Notre-Dame Manon, Thaïs, Werther

MENDELSSOHN, F. – Elias Paulus

MENOTTI, G. C. – The Consul, The Medium, The Old Maid and the Thief The Saint of Bleecker Street

MEYERBEER, G. – Dinorah L’Africaine, Le Prophète Les Huguenots Robert le Diable

MOUSSORGSKY, M. – Boris Godounov Khovantchina, Songs and Dances of Death (arr. Shostakovich) Sorotchintzkaia yarmarka, “V uglu” (Detskaya)

MOZART, W. A. – All concert arias, Così fan tutte, Davidde penitente, Der Schauspieldirektor
Die Entführung aus dem Serail Die Zauberflöte, Don Giovanni, Great Mass in C minor, Idomneo, Il Re pastore, La Clemenza di Tito, Le nozze di Figaro, Litaniae de venerabili altaris sacramento (E flat) Missa Solemnis, Mitridate, Re di Ponto, Motet «Exsultate, Jubilate»

NICOLAI, O. – Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor

OFFENBACH, J. – Les Contes d’Hoffmann

ORFF, C. – Die Kluge

PERGOLESI, G. B. – La serva padrona Stabat Mater

PONCHIELLI, A. – La Gioconda

POULENC, F. – Gloria, Les mamelles de Tyrésias Stabat Mater

PROKOFIEV, S. – War and Peace (Guerre et paix)

PUCCINI, G. – Gianni Schicchi, Il Tabarro, La Bohème, La Fanciulla del West La Rondine, Madame Butterfly Manon Lescaut Suor Angelica Tosca, Turandot

PURCELL, H. – King Arthur, The Fairy Queen The Indian Queen

RACHMANINOV, S. – Aleko, “Ne poï, krasavitsa, pri mne” (op. 4/4)

RAVEL, M. – Cinq mélodies populaires grecques Deux mélodies hébraïques
Don Quichotte à Dulcinée Shéhérazade, Trois poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé

RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, N – Maïskaia notch Sadko Sniegourotchka Tsarskaia nevesta Zolotoy petushok

ROSSINI, G. – Guillaume Tell, Il Barbiere di Siviglia Il Turco in Italia L’Italiana in Algieri La Cenerentola, La Donna del Lago Le Comte Ory Maometto II, Mosè, Otello, Semiramide, Stabat Mater Tancredi

SAINT-SAENS, C. – Samson et Dalila

SCHUBERT, F. – Stabat Mater

SCHUMANN, R. – Das Paradies und die Peri


Szenen aus Goethes Faust


Ledi Makbet Mtsenskogo uyezda


Prodaná nevesta


Ariadne auf Naxos
Der Rosenkavalier
Die Frau ohne Schatten
Wesendonk Lieder Traüme
“Allerseelen” (Acht Lieder aus letzte Blätter) Drei Hymnen von Friedrich Hölderlin “Ständchen” (Sechs Lieder, op. 17)
“Meinem Kinde” (Sechs Lieder, op. 37) “Amor” (Sechs Lieder, op. 68)
“Hymnus” (Vier Gesänge, op. 33)
Vier Letzte Lieder

STRAVINSKY, I. – The Rake’s Progress

TCHAIKOVSKY, P. – Evgeny Onegin Iolantha, Mazeppa Orleanskaïa dieva Pikovaya dama Orleanskaïa dieva

THOMAS, A. – Hamlet Mignon

TIPPETT, M. – A Child of Our Time King Priam, The Knot Garden, The Midsummer Marriage

VERDI, G. – Aida Attila Don Carlo, Ernani, Falstaff, I due Foscari, I Vespri Siciliani, Il Trovatore, La Forza del Destino La Traviata, Macbeth, Nabucco, Otello, Rigoletto, Simon Boccanegra Un ballo in Maschera

VIVALDI, A. – Gloria, Griselda, Juditha Triumphantes Stabat Mater

WAGNER, R. – Das Rheingold, Der fliegende Holländer, Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg Die Walküre, Götterdämmerung, Lohengrin, Parsifal, Tannhäuser, Tristan und Isolde

WEBER, C. M. – Der Freischütz Oberon

WEILL, K. – Der neue Orpheus

WOLF, H. – 3 Lieder der Harfners, 3 Lieder nach Michelangelo

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