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        俄罗斯莫斯科国立柴可夫斯基音乐学院隆重宣布:第7届俄罗斯莫斯科国立柴可夫斯基音乐学院国际音乐比赛的项目为双簧管和圆号,比赛将于2015年11月6日至14日举行。

        俄罗斯莫斯科音乐学院国际音乐比赛每年举办一届,一共十个项目的比赛,每一届比赛都设有两个项目(9种管乐器和一种打击乐器)的比赛,十个比赛项目交替进行。在最近5年(2015年至2019年)比赛中,比赛项目分别为: 2015年--双簧管和圆号;2016年--单簧管和小号;2017年--长笛和大号;2018--打击乐和木管五重奏;2019年--巴松和次中音长号。官方网站:http://www.mosconsv.ru/en/event_p.aspx?id=141600 


        比赛类别: 双簧管、圆号
  比赛地点: 俄罗斯,莫斯科
  比赛时间: 2015年11月6日-2015年11月14日(共计9天)
  报名截止时间: 2015 年9月1日
  备注: 
  报名资料需要至少5-10个工作日通过国际快递到达境外组委会进行审核

        报名表格下载  application forms 
   
  参赛要求: 申请人必须出生于1982年11月7日-1999年11月6日之间,国籍不限。
   
  参赛曲目:
  

  双簧管
  第一轮:本轮曲目必须背谱演奏
  1.泰勒曼:第十独奏长笛幻想曲,升F小调
  2.桑岗:双簧管和钢琴小奏鸣曲
  第二轮:除了组委会指定的一首曲目(条款2)外,其他曲目必须背谱演奏
  1.从以下乐段中任选一首演奏(选择):
  a) 卡利沃达:双簧管和钢琴Morceau de salon,Op.228
  b) 庞切利:双簧管和钢琴幻想曲
  c) 帕斯库利:Recordo di Napoli, 一首双簧管和钢琴乐段
  2.比赛指定的双簧管独奏乐段
  3.亨利-杜提耶:双簧管和钢琴奏鸣曲(1947)
  第三轮
  1.莫扎特:双簧管和管弦乐团C大调协奏曲,KV314(选手自选装饰乐段),背谱演奏
  2.安德烈-罗伯特索夫(Andrey Rubtsov):双簧管和室内管弦乐团协奏曲(2003)


        圆号
  第一轮:所有曲目需背谱演奏
  1.弗朗切斯科-安东尼奥-罗赛蒂:圆号和室内管弦乐团降E大调协奏曲(ca 1780):第一乐章(选手自选装饰乐段)。
  2.VitalyBuyanovsky:西班牙语,一首独奏圆号乐段
  第二轮
  1.卡尔-马利亚-冯-韦伯:圆号和管弦乐团E小调小协奏曲,J188(Op.45):背谱演奏
  2.从以下乐段中任选一首演奏:
  a) 谢巴林:圆号和小管弦乐团C小调小协奏曲,Op.14/2(1933)
  b) 亚历山大-阿鲁秋年:圆号和管弦乐团协奏曲(1962)
  c) VladimirTsybin:圆号和管弦乐团降E大调协奏曲(1948)
  3.比赛指定的独奏圆号乐段
  第三轮
  1.海顿:圆号和管弦乐团D大调第1协奏曲,Hob.VIId:4:背谱演奏
  2.莱因霍尔德-莫里采维奇-格里埃尔:圆号和管弦乐团协奏曲(1950):

  备注:圆号选手的第三轮比赛包含两部分。第一部分,所有决赛选手将演奏海顿协奏曲;第二部分,所有决赛选手演奏莱因霍尔德-莫里采维奇-格里埃尔协奏曲。

        

        评委组成:
  组委会主席:
  Alexander Sokolov教授-莫斯科音乐学院校长,国家奖获得者,俄罗斯联邦艺术家,教授,音乐学博士
  大赛艺术总监,组委会副主席:
  Valery Popov-俄罗斯音乐学院木管乐器和打击乐器学院院长,俄罗斯人民艺术家,教授
  组委会成员:
  Larisa Slutskaya-教育程序学院院长,荣誉俄罗斯艺术工作者,博士,教授
  Alexander Bonduryansky-教师工会副会长,俄罗斯人民艺术家,俄罗斯文学艺术奖获得者,博士,教授
  Konstantin Zenkin-理学院副院长,博士(音乐学),教授
  Sergey Rozanov-俄罗斯音乐学院行政学院副院长,荣誉俄罗斯建筑奖获得者
  Natalya Kobets-莫斯科音乐学院会计学院院长,总会计师
  Vitaly Katkov-艺术部主任,荣誉俄罗斯艺术工作者
  Vladimir Ivanov-莫斯科音乐学院教员,俄罗斯人民艺术家,莫斯科奖获得者,俄罗斯人民艺术家,教授
  Vladimir Sukhanov-国际合作部主任,荣誉俄罗斯艺术工作者,教授
  Margarita Karatygina-国际项目办公室主管,副教授
  Ksenia Bonduryanskaya-教育与创新项目行政主管
  Vitali Gavrouc-节日,大赛,重大事件办公室主任
  Sergey Baronov-俄罗斯音乐学院设计局主任
  Irina Gorkova-莫斯科音乐学院公关部主任
  Alexander Shlyakhov-节日,大赛,特殊大事件办公室编辑
  Nelly Souslova-节日,大赛特殊大事件办公室职员
  

        比赛评委:

        

        Category «French Horn»
        Chairman — Mikhail Khokhlov (Russia)
        Vladimir Shish (Russia)
        Anatoly Chepkov (Russia)
        Frøydis Ree Wekre (Norvegia)
        Arvīds Klišāns (Latvia)
        Bostjan Lipovsek (Slovenia)
        Martin Schöpfer (Austria)

        

        Category «Oboe»

        Chairman — Vladimir Demidov (Russia)
        Olga Tomilova (Russia)
        Anatoly Lyubimov (Russia)
        Alex Klein (Brazilia)
        Gregor Witt (Germany)
        Jean-Louis Capezzali (France)
        Arnaldo de Felice (Italy)
        Nuraly Tanatar (Kazakhstan)


        奖项设置:
  一等奖——250,000俄罗斯卢布,以及大赛获奖头衔
  二等奖——175,000俄罗斯卢布,以及大赛获奖头衔
  三等奖——100,000 俄罗斯卢布,以及大赛获奖头衔
  备注: 奖金的支付会扣除所需上缴的所得税(按照俄罗斯境内税率)


        比赛规则:

  1.报名表提交后不得进行任何更改;
  2.组委会有权拒绝填写信息错误和不完整的报名表;
  3.提交报名表即表明选手无条件接受比赛的各项规则;
  4.报名材料不予退还;
  5.曾在国内和国际比赛中获奖的申请人若报名本比赛,也需要参加第一轮;
  6.比赛包含三轮,面向公众开放,第一、二轮将在莫斯科音乐学院的拉赫曼尼诺夫音乐厅举行;第三轮(决赛)将在音乐学院大礼堂举行;
  7.选手的出场顺序由抽签决定,顺序一旦确定,适用于所有轮比赛;
  8.选手需要参加2015年11月6日的见面会和抽签仪式;
  9.每一轮比赛前都有一次排练;
  10.如果需要伴奏,请在报名表中表明,组委会将免费提供伴奏;
  11.每一轮的比赛曲目演奏顺序选手自定;
  12.将有50%的参赛选手晋级第二轮比赛,最终有不超过5名选手晋级决赛;
  13.第二轮比赛结束后,评委将评选出最佳伴奏家——每个类别的比赛各评选出一位;
  14.进入决赛的参赛选手,组委会将安排与管弦乐队的合奏彩排。正式决赛伴奏为管弦乐队/室内乐团;
  15.每一轮比赛结束后,评委会将在当场宣布比赛结果;
  16.获奖选手需无偿在获胜者音乐会上进行演奏;
  17.在比赛的第二轮和第三轮可能会有由组委会批准的额外奖项,这些奖项可能由政府,非政府组织,商业组织,基金会,艺术团体,大众媒体以及个人授予;
  18.评委有权不颁发任何奖项;或在第三轮中颁发多位二、三等奖得主;
     19.评委的决定是最终的,不接受任何异议;
  20.组委会有权使用比赛的各项影音资料,无需向选手支付任何报酬;
  21.如果评委会全体评委意见一致时,则有权缩短或者终止选手的表演;
  22.如发生争议,以俄语版比赛规则为准。

      

The Seventh International Competition of the Moscow Conservatory for Performers on Wind and Percussion Instruments

6 November — 14 November 2015

Majors:

  • Oboe
  • French horn

Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory announces The Seventh International Competition for Performers on Wind and Percussion Instruments to be held during 6–14 November 2015. The majors are “Oboe” and “French horn”.

The Competition is to be held once a year on two majors out of ten: nine majors of wind instruments and one major of percussion ones. Therefore, each major is to be represented at the Competition once per every five years:

2015: oboe, French horn

2016: clarinet, trumpet

2017: flute, tuba

2018: percussion, woodwind quintet

2019: bassoon, tenor trombone

The Organizing Committee

Chairman of the Organizing Committee:

Prof. Alexander Sokolov, D.A.: Rector of the Moscow Conservatory, Laureate of the State Award of Russia, Honored Art Worker of Russia

Art Director of the Competition, Deputy Chairman of the Organizing Committee:

Prof. Valery Popov: Head of the Division of Woodwind and Percussion Instruments of the Orchestral Department of the Moscow Conservatory, People’s Artist of Russia

Members of the Organizing Committee:

Ms. Irina Gorkova: Head of the PR Department

Prof. Vladimir Ivanov: Head of the Orchestral Department, People’s Artist of Russia, Laureate of the Moscow City Award

Mr. Vitaly Katkov: Deputy Rector for Concert Activities, Honored Culture Worker of Russia

Asst. Prof. Elena Ferapontova, Ph.D. in Art Studies: Director for the Great Hall’s Concert Programs

Ms. Tatiana Pan: Director for the Chamber Halls’ Concert Programs

Ms. Natalia Kobets: Head of the Accounting Department, Chief Accountant

Mr. Sergey Rozanov: Deputy Rector for Housekeeping Affairs, Honored Construction Worker of Russia

Prof. Larissa Slutskaya, Ph.D. in Art Studies: Deputy Rector for Academic Affairs, Honored Culture Worker of Russia

Prof. Vladimir Sukhanov: Head of the Directorate for International Cooperation, Honored Art Worker of Russia

Assc. Prof. Margarita Karatygina, Ph.D. in Art Studies: Deputy Head of the Directorate for International Cooperation

Prof. Konstantin Zenkin, D.A.: Deputy Rector for Scientific Affairs

Mr. Sergey Baronov: Head of the Design Bureau, Design Director

Mrs. Ksenia Bonduryanskaya: Head of the Directorate for Special Art Programs

Mr. Vitali Gavrouс: Head of the Office for Festivals, Competitions and Special Events

Prof. Anatoly Levin: Art Director & Chief Conductor of the Concert Symphony Orchestra, Honored Artist of Russia

Ms. Tatiana Lyubomirskaya: Manager of the Division for Festivals, Competitions and Special Events, Executive Secretary of the Organizing Committee

Mr. Alexander Shlyakhov: Editor of the Office for Festivals, Competitions and Special Events

Jury

Category «French Horn»

  • Chairman — Mikhail Khokhlov (Russia)
  • Vladimir Shish (Russia)
  • Anatoly Chepkov (Russia)
  • Frøydis Ree Wekre (Norvegia)
  • Arvīds Klišāns (Latvia)
  • Bostjan Lipovsek (Slovenia)
  • Martin Schöpfer (Austria)

Category «Oboe»

  • Chairman — Vladimir Demidov (Russia)
  • Olga Tomilova (Russia)
  • Anatoly Lyubimov (Russia)
  • Alex Klein (Brazilia)
  • Gregor Witt (Germany)
  • Jean-Louis Capezzali (France)
  • Arnaldo de Felice (Italy)
  • Nuraly Tanatar (Kazakhstan)

Aims of the Competition:

To raise prestige of the winds and percussion instruments

To encourage young people to play wind and percussion instruments

To search for the most talented young musicians, to support and stimulate their professional skills

To provide the conditions for artistic cultural exchange, to enhance the artistic development and to improve the professional skills of the participants of the Competition

To develop national musical education

To make playing wind instruments more attractive for the wide audience

Applications

The Competition is open to participants of all nationalities born not earlier than 7 November 1982 and not later than 6 November 1999.

Winners of any other national or international competitions must participate in the First Round.

The application forms must be filled out, signed and submitted not later than 1 October 2015.

The following documents must be signed, scanned and attached to the application form:

front page of the passport with the photo and the signature (Russian citizens must also submit the scanned page with their permanent residence registration stamp);

music education certificate;

brief biography that should include: date and place of birth, place of study, year of study at the time of the Competition (if the competitor is a student), teachers’ names, previous competitions (indicating the year, country, city and award), as well as any other important information;

one digital artistic photo with a minimum resolution of 300 dpi (the .jpg, .tiff, .bmp and .png formats are permitted);

Taxpayer’s ID Number and the Pension Insurance Certificate (for Russian citizens only);

receipt on the payment of the registration fee;

the competitor’s signed consent for processing his/her personal information (in a free form).

 

All the scanned documents and photos must be forwarded at: art-department@mail.ru.

No changes in the program indicated in the application are allowed after 1 October 2015.

The Organizing Committee shall have the right to reject any improper or incomplete applications.

 

The amount of the registration fee is:

for Russian citizens: 3000 (three thousand) rubles;

for foreign citizens: an equivalent of 3000 (three thousand) rubles either in euros or in US dollars according to the exchange rate to be established by the Central Bank of Russia on the day of payment.

The registration fee is non-refundable.

Bank Account Information

The Conservatory’s US Dollar Account

Correspondent Bank: The Bank of New York, USA
SWIFT: IRVTUS3N
IBAN: 890-0057-610
Beneficiary Bank: Sberbank of Russia, Moscow
SWIFT: SABRRUMM
Beneficiary Customer: Moscow State Conservatoire named after P. I. Tchaikovsky
Address: 13/6 Bolshaya Nikitskaya Ulitsa
TIN: 7703107663
Account No.: 40503840438110200266

The Conservatory’s Euro Account

Correspondent Bank: Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt-am-Main
SWIFT: DEUTDEFF
IBAN: 10094987261000
Beneficiary Bank: Sberbank of Russia, Moscow
SWIFT: SABRRUMM
Beneficiary Customer: Moscow State Conservatoire named after P. I. Tchaikovsky
Address: 13/6 Bolshaya Nikitskaya Ulitsa
TIN: 7703107663
Account No.: 40503978538111000266

The Procedure for Holding the Competition

All the auditions are held publicly. The First and Second Rounds are held at the Rachmaninoff Hall, the Third Round is held at the Great Hall.

The order of performances will be defined by the Draw to be held prior to the First Round of every major and will remain unchanged until the end of the competition. The competitors must be present at the Draw and the Information Meeting to be held on6 November 2015.

The competitor may choose the order of performing the pieces of his/her program during every Round.

An acoustic rehearsal in the concert hall will be provided for all competitors in every round.

In case of necessity, and if indicated in the application form, the Organizing Committee may provide accompanists, whose services will be paid by the Moscow Conservatory.

Upon consent of all members of the Jury, the performance of any competitor may be either shortened or stopped.

A maximum of a half of the participants of the First Round will be admitted for the Second Round of every major.

A maximum of five participants of the Second Round will be admitted for the Third Round of every major.

Upon completion of the Second Round, the Jury will choose the best accompanist of the Competition in every major.

The participants of the Third Round will be provided with one rehearsal with an orchestra.

The results will be announced immediately after each round.

Prizes and Awards

The Organizing Committee of the Competition shall announce the following prizes for both majors:

First Prize: 200,000 rubles and the title of a laureate

Second Prize: 100,000 rubles and the title of a laureate

Third Prize: 75,000 rubles and the title of a laureate

Special Prize: an oboe d’amour produced by J. Püchner

 

All monetary prizes will be paid in Russian rubles with the taxes to be withheld in accordance with the Russian legislation. The Organizing Committee shall have the right to amend the financial conditions of the Competition.

Additional prizes may be awarded upon consent of the Organizing Committee by any governmental, non-governmental or commercial organizations, foundations, artistic unions, mass media and private individuals.

The Jury shall have the right:

- to award not all of the prizes;

- to divide an amount of the Second and/or Third Prize between several participants of the Third Round.

The decisions of the Jury are final and irrevocable.

The best accompanists in each major will receive a diploma and a prize of 50,000 rubles.

Special Conditions

The participants of the Competition may not receive any fee either for their performance at the Competition or for any later use of the recordings and broadcasts of these performances.

Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory shall have the exclusive rights for the distribution of audio and video records and broadcasts of the auditions and the final concert of the Competition laureates.

The Competition laureates must perform at the final concert of the Competition with no remuneration.

All competitors will be provided with practice rooms at the Moscow Conservatory in the determined order free of charge.

The Organizing Committee will support the competitors to obtain the scores of the compositions announced on the Competition program.

The signed and submitted application form shall mean an unconditional acceptance of the competitor with all the above-named terms and conditions.

Should any arguments arise with regard to the interpretation of these terms and conditions of the Competition, the Russian version of this text shall have a priority.

The Competition Program 

Oboe

First Round: all pieces shall be performed by heart

1. Georg Philipp Telemann. Fantaisie No. 10 F-sharp minor for solo flute

2. Pierre Sancan. Sonatina for oboe and piano

 

Second Round: all pieces, except the one composed specifically for the Competition, shall be performed by heart

1. One of the following pieces (optional):

a) Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda. Morceau de salon for oboe and piano, op. 228

b) Amilcare Ponchielli. Capriccio for oboe and piano

c) Antonino Pasculli. Recordo di Napoli, a piece for oboe and piano

2. The piece for solo oboe composed specifically for the Competition

3. Henri Dutilleux. Sonata for oboe and piano (1947)

 

Third Round

1. W. A. Mozart. Concerto C major for oboe and orchestra, KV314 (competitor’s cadenzas): to be performed by heart

2. Andrey Rubtsov. Concerto for oboe and chamber orchestra (2003): may be performed from music

French horn

First Round: all pieces shall be performed by heart

1. Francesco Antonio Rosetti. Concerto E-flat major for French horn and chamber orchestra (ca 1780): 1st movement (competitor’s cadenza). — The score of the concerto may be purchased here.

2. Vitaly Buyanovsky. Spain, a piece for solo French horn

Second Round

1. Carl Maria von Weber. Concertino E minor for French horn and orchestra, J188 (op. 45): to be performed by heart

2. One of the following pieces (optional) — may be performed from music:

a) Vissarion Shebalin. Concertino C minor for French horn and small orchestra, op. 14/2 (1933)

b) Aleksandr Arutiunian. Concerto for French horn and orchestra (1962)

c) Vladimir Tsybin. Concerto E-flat major for French horn and orchestra (1948)

3. The piece for solo French horn composed specifically for the Competition: to be performed from music

Third Round

1. Joseph Haydn. Concerto No. 1 D major for French horn and orchestra, Hob. VIId:4: to be performed by heart

2. Reinhold Glière. Concerto for French horn and orchestra (1950): may be performed from music

The Third Round of the Competition between the French horn players will consist of two parts. During the first part, all the finalists will perform Haydn's Concerto, and during the second one all of them will perform Glière's Concerto.