International Competition for Young Pianists Arthur Rubinstein in memoriam
|Categories for the next competition:||Piano|
|Structure:||Two rounds followed by final
|Cycle:||every two years
|Organiser:||Arthur Rubinstein in Memoriam|
Rules: The rules and repertoire lists can be downloaded from the competition website.
- Cash prizes – (1st – 6th prizes)
- Special Prize – for the best performance of Karol Szymanowski’s work
- The Aniela Młynarska-Rubinstein Prize founded by Ewa Rubinstein
- Chopin Prize
1. The following prizes will be awarded:1st prize - PLN 30,000
2nd prize - PLN 15,000
3rd prize - PLN 9,000
4th prize - PLN 8,000
5th prize - PLN 6,000
6th prize - PLN 4,000
Special Prize of PLN 4,000 for the best performance of a work by Karol Szymanowski in the second stage or the final
Aniela Młynarska-Rubinstein Prize founded by Ewa Rubinstein
Chopin Prize of PLN 5,000
2. The prizewinners will receive the title of the laureate of the 11TH INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION FOR YOUNG PIANISTS ARTHUR RUBINSTEIN IN MEMORIAM.
3. The competitors of the second stage not qualified for the final will be awarded diplomas of honour.
4. The Jury reserves the right not to select the winner and change the number of prizes.
5. The decisions of the Jury are final and competitors cannot appeal
Application: Applications should include:- a completed application form
- 3 black and white photos (9x12 cm)
- a photocopy of the applicant’s birth certificate
- a brief artistic biography
- a letter of recommendation from a piano-teacher or a school with a full address, a telephone number and a fax number or an e-mail address of the recommending person
Application fee: EUR 150,or an equivalent sum in foreign currency
Background: The International Competition for Young Pianists Arthur Rubinstein in memoriam has been organised in Bydgoszcz since 1993. The idea of the competition came from Arthur Rubinstein’s words, which he said while he was giving concert performances in new-built Pomeranian Philharmonic Hall in 1960: “You have a magnificent concert hall so you should hold international concerts here”. Read more (in Polish)
Last updated: 18.01.2017