2018年第10屆日本濱松國際鋼琴比賽

國際音樂比賽世界聯盟(World Federation of International Music competition)成立於1957年,是聯合國教科文組織下屬機構之一,總部設在瑞士日內瓦,為非盈利的國際藝術組織,有音樂界“奧會”的美譽,目前擁有128個聯盟會員,世界著名的國際音樂比賽均為聯盟會員。

2018年第10屆日本濱松國際鋼琴比賽是日本濱松市政府1991年為紀念該市成立80周年而創立的,之後每三年一屆定期舉行。第三屆比賽結束後,於1998年加盟總部設在日內瓦的國際音樂比賽世界聯盟,成為當時亞洲唯一一個加盟該組織的鋼琴比賽。日本濱松市享有“音樂之城”的盛名,以其舉辦的濱松國際鋼琴比賽為代表,為數眾多的國際性音樂活動在這裏舉行。
2018年第10屆日本濱松國際鋼琴比賽不僅使得選手有機會獲得豐厚的獎金,第一名獲獎選手在2020年3月底之前還將有至少10次機會在日本或其他國家演出,其中包括獨奏和與著名交響樂團演奏;此外,第一名獲獎選手將受到札幌市長的邀請在濱松與札幌共同舉辦的“音樂與文化名城交流會”上演出;不僅如此,第一名至第六名的獲獎選手還將在2018年11月25日濱松的獲勝者音樂會上演奏。這些難得的演出機會不僅能增加參賽選手的演奏經驗,也使得選手能有機會與知名的交響樂團一起合作。
2018年第10屆日本濱松國際鋼琴比賽歡迎世界各地優秀的的鋼琴演奏家踴躍參與!

比賽類別:鋼琴

比賽地點:日本 濱松市

比賽時間:2018年11月07日-2018年11月25日(共計19天)

報名截止時間:2018年04月15日
備註:
報名資料需要至少5-10個工作日通過國際快遞到達境外組委會進行審核,建議選手提前15個工作日報送資料到蘭喬聖菲文化傳播,以免延誤

參賽要求:比賽面向出生於1988年1月1日以後的鋼琴家開放,不限國籍;

比賽日程:
1. 比賽報名開始:2018年2月1日
2. 比賽報名截止:2018年4月15日
3. 資格賽結果公佈:2018年6月30 日
4. 開幕式音樂會:2018年11月7日
5. 比賽抽籤活動:2018年11月8日
6. 第一輪比賽:2018年1月9日-13日
7. 第二輪比賽:2018年11月15日-17日
8. 第三輪比賽:2018年11月19日-20日
9. 決賽:2018年11月23 日-24日
10. 頒獎禮:2018年11月24日
11. 獲勝者音樂會:2018年11月25日

曲目要求:
Preliminary Selection
Applicants must play (1) to (3) consecutively and record them on DVD (in DVD-video format). Performance order of the pieces can be determined by the performer.
(1) J.S. Bach: a piece from the Well-Tempered Clavier.
(2) A Sonata by Beethoven: either the first movement from op.2-2, op.2-3, op.7, op.10-1, op.10-2, op.10-3, op.13, op.22, op.28, op.31-1, op.31-2, op.31-3, op.53, op.54, op.57, op.106 or op.111; or the first and second movements from op.27-1, op.78, op.101, op.109 or op.110.
(3) An Etude by Chopin, Liszt, Debussy, Skriabin, Rakhmaninov, Bartok, Prokofiev, Stravinsky or Ligeti.
Notes
– The camera angle must remain unchanged and the video cannot be edited, and the applicant’s face and hands have to be clearly visible.
– Three pieces of the repertoire must be performed consecutively without stopping the camera and be recorded on one DVD (in DVD-video format*).
– Edited/processed video will not be considered for selection.
– The DVD must be newly recorded for the 10th Hamamatsu International Piano Competition, and any pieces not on the repertoire list must not be recorded.
– Name of the applicant must be indicated on DVD (for application by post).
– Contents of the DVD, namely 1) titles, 2) composers, 3) duration of performance, 4) date and time of recording and 5) place of recording, must be indicated in the application form.
– An applicant must obtain prior agreement from the Secretariat if, for certain reasons, he/she sends a video/audio medium other than DVD (in DVD-video format). (Submission without prior agreement will not be accepted.)
* DVD-video format
A standard created by the DVD Forum, and digital video stored on a DVD disc in this format can be played on general DVD players. When viewed on PC or other devices, a DVD disk formatted in DVD-video contains folders, such as VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS, and the VIDEO_TS folder contains files like .IFO and .VOB.
FIRST STAGE
Contestants must play a free selection of pieces (published pieces only), including more than one etude. Duration of total performance : no longer than 20 minutes
SECOND STAGE
Contestants must play (1) and (2). Daration of total performance : no longer than 40 minutes.
Performance order of the pieces can be determined by the contestant.
(1)Two or more pieces (published pieces only) composed in two or more periods by the following Classical, Romantic, Modern and Contemporary composers. The pieces chosen for the First Stage must be excluded.
Classical:   Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven
Romantic:
Schubert, Mendelssohn, Chopin, Schumann, Liszt,
Franck, Brahms, Saint-Saëns, Tchaikovsky and Grieg
Modern and Contemporary:
Faure, Debussy, Scriabin, Rachmaninov, Schönberg,
Ravel, Bartok, Poulenc, Messiaen, Webern, Berg, Prokofiev,
Shostakovich, Toru Takemitsu, Akira Miyoshi, and Michio Mamiya
(2)A new work composed by a Japanese composer (SASAKI Fuyuhiko) for the 10th Hamamatsu International Piano Competition (duration: about 5-7 minutes).
The score of the new work will be sent to each contestant three months before the Competition. The work is not to be performed in public before the Competition.
THIRD STAGE
Contestants must play (1) and (2).
The performance order of (1) and (2) can be determined by the contestant.
Contestants may be asked to submit their scores after the announcement of results of the Second Stage.
Duration of total performance: no longer than 70 minutes.
(1)Chamber music
Contestants must play either a. or b. with string musicians appointed by the Secretariat. The score for the performance must be in the Bärenreiter edition, and repetition must be omitted.
Mozart
a. Piano Quartet No.1 in g minor, K.478

b. Piano Quartet No.2 in E flat major, K.493
String musicians
Violin:  URUSHIHARA Keiko,  KAWAKUBO Tamaki
Viola:  SUZUKI Yasuhiro,    MATSUMI Kenta
Cello:  MUKOYAMA Kaeko,     HASEGAWA Yoko
(2) Solo recital with free choice of pieces, excluding those chosen for the First and Second Stages
Final Stage
Orchestra: The Tokyo Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: TAKASEKI Ken
Contestants must choose one of the following concertos to be played with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.1 in C major op.15
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.2 in B flat major op.19
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.3 in c minor op.37
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.4 in G major op.58
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.5 in E flat major op.73 “Emperor”
Chopin
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.1 in e minor op.11
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.2 in f minor op.21
Schumann
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in a minor op.54
Liszt
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.1 in E flat major S.124
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.2 in A major S.125
Brahms
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.1 in d minor op.15
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.2 in B flat major op.83
Saint-Saëns
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.2 in g minor op.22
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.4 in c minor op.44
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.5 in F major op.103 “Egyptique”
Tchaikovsky
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.1 in b flat minor op.23
Rachmaninov
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.1 in f sharp minor op.1 (revised)
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.2 in c minor op.18
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.3 in d minor op.30
Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, op.43
Ravel
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra G major Piano
Concerto for the Left Hand
Bartok
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.2
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.3
Prokofiev
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.2 in g minor op.16
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.3 in C major op.26
Akio Yashiro
Piano Concerto
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評委組成:
OGAWA Noriko(日本),主席
Janina  FIALKOWSKA(波蘭/加拿大)
Paul  HUGHES(英國)
Jan Jiracek von ARNIA(德國)
Alexander Kobrin(美國/俄羅斯)
Moon Ick Choo(韓國)
Ronan OHORA(英國)
SAKO Akiyoshi(日本)
Elisso VIRSALADZE(俄羅斯)
Wu Ying(中國)
DINA YOFFE(以色列/德國)
備註:
評委由世界知名的藝術家、音樂大師和音樂教授團隊組成;
參賽選手資訊不會提供給評委,評委會秉著公正公開的原則對參賽作品給予評判;
評委有權打斷逾時演出;
評委的學生不得報名參賽;
選手的評審權僅歸評委所有;
評委保留不頒發某些獎勵的權利,以及頒發共用獎勵和特別獎勵權利;
評委的評審結果是最終的,不容置疑。

獎項設置:
主要獎項:
第一名:3,000,000日元,金質獎章,榮譽證書
第二名:1,800,000日元,銀質獎章,榮譽證書
第三名:1,200,000日元,銅質獎章,榮譽證書
第四名:750,000日元,榮譽證書
第五名:600,000日元,榮譽證書
第六名:450,000日元,榮譽證書
最佳演繹日本作品獎:300,000日元,榮譽證書
傑出獎:150,000日元,榮譽證書
室內樂獎:150,000日元,榮譽證書
最受觀眾喜愛獎:榮譽證書和額外獎勵
其他演出機會:
1.第一名獲獎選手在2020年3月底之前將有至少10次機會在日本或其他國家演出,其中包括獨奏和與著名交響樂團演奏。選手出場費每場100,000日元,與濱松交響樂團的演出除外,相關的住宿和交通費均由活動的組織者承擔;
2.第一名獲獎選手將受到札幌市長的邀請在濱松與札幌共同舉辦的“音樂與文化名城交流會”上演出;
3.獲獎選手將在2018年11月25日於日版濱松舉辦的獲勝者音樂會上演出;
4.其他特殊獎勵將會由支持和贊助比賽的團體和個人提供,敬請期待。

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