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Moscow International David Oistrakh Violin Competition

Next competition:
2016
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Next deadline: to be announced
Categories for the next competition: Violin

City: Moscow (Russia)
Age range: 10-28 (2 age categories)
Structure: Between one and three rounds, depending on age category. Final round with orchestra
Cycle: every three years
Categories: Violin
Organiser: D. Oistrakh Charity Foundation
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Website: www.oistrakh.ru

Rules: The competition is provided for two age categories:

Category Junior: 10-16 years old

Category Senior: 17-28 years old

Details on the competition website.

Prizes: The prizes for 2013 are:

Category Junior (10-16 years old):

  • 1st Prize - 5000 EURO
  • 2nd Prize - 3000 EURO
  • 3rd Prize - 2000 EURO

Category Senior (17-28 years old):

  • 1st Prize - 15000 EURO
  • 2nd Prize – 10000 EURO
  • 3rd Prize - 5000 EURO

The organizing committee has the right to set up special prizes and awards.

Winners of the Competition may be invited to take a part in the concerts organised by the David Oistrakh Charity Foundation.

All participants of the competition will receive a Certificate of participation.

State and public institutions, creative unions, mass-media, firms and private persons may be the founders of special prizes and awards, in coordination with the Organizing Committee and the Jury of the competition.

Application: Application form

The application form must be sent by mail together with the following documents to the organizing committee:

  • Video-recording (DVD)
  • program to be performed with indication the duration of each piece
  • brief resume indicating educational establishment, teacher and information concerning participation in other music competitions
  • copy of the educational document
  • photocopies of passport or birth certificate;
  • photographs not less than 600 x 800 pixels (in electronic form) or 6 x 12 sm (in printed form)
  • Copy of the invoice with the payment of the participation fee.
  • A document confirming participation in the competitions that are members of EMCY or WFIMC

The participation fee is 100 EUR. In event of withdrawal from the competition the documents and the entrance fee will not be returned.

All participants of the competition will receive a Certificate of participation.

No more than 30 contestants will be admitted to the 1st round in each category.

All participants that were not admitted to the next round will have the possibility to have a personal consultation with the members of the Jury and discuss with them their performance.

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Background: The main goal of the competition is popularization and development of the best traditions of Russian violin performing art, discovering young talented musicians and supporting them in their professional potential.

The competition is organized by the David Oistrakh Charity Foundation. The goal of this foundation is to support and carry on the great traditions of Russian culture trusteeship and patronage of arts. Projects of the foundation include the international violin competition, awarding grants to talented young artists, organizing concerts, tours, master classes and cooperation with other organizations with similar aims in Russia and abroad.

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Last updated: 27.11.2012

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Junior group – under 17 years of age

1st prize – the Golden Violin – 7000 PLN

2nd prize – the Silver Violin – 5000 PLN

3rd prize – the Bronze Violin – 4000 PLN

4th prize – the Bronze Violin – 2000 PLN

5th prize – the Bronze Violin – 1000 PLN

Senior group – from 17 to 25 years of age

1st prize – the Golden Violin – 10000 PLN

2nd prize – the Silver Violin – 7000 PLN

3rd prize – the Bronze Violin – 4000 PLN

4th prize – the Bronze Violin – 3000 PLN

5th prize – the Bronze Violin – 2000 PLN

Apart from the prizes stipulated in the regulations, private persons and institutions may award other prizes.

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