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60 th ARD International Music Competition

Munich 2011

Internationaler Musikwettbewerb der ARD Bayerischer Rundfunk Rundfunkplatz 1 80335 München Deutschland Tel. ++49 89 5900-2471 Fax ++49 89 5900-3573 E-Mail ard.musikwettbewerb@brnet.de www.ard-musikwettbewerb.de

August 29 to

September 16, 2011

General Conditions

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Allgemeine Bestimmungen

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Prizes

General Conditions | Organizers

Spezial Prizes

Sonderpreise

Konzerteinladungen

Further Concert Engagements

Preise

Concert Invitations

Weitere Konzertverpflichtungen

Teilnahmebedingungen

Presence | Accommodation

Conduct of the Competition

Conditions of Participation

Durchführung des Wettbewerbs

Prize Winners

Anwesenheit | Unterkunft

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Repertoire and Jury

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Klavier

Piano

Oboe

Hauptausschuss | Leitung

Upcoming Competitions

The 60 th ARD Music Competition 2011 in Munich is open for the following categories:

Oboe

Trumpet

Piano

Organ

The invitation to participate in this competition is extended to young musicians, who are ready to launch an international career. The competition is open to musicians of all nations born between 1982 and 1994, for category organ born between 1979 and 1994. The competition will be conducted during the period from August 29 to September 16, 2011 (including the prize winners’ concerts). The auditions are open to the public.

Deadline for registration: March 31, 2011

The 60 th ARD International Music Competition in Munich – 2011 – is presented by the Association of Public Broadcasting Corporations in the Federal Republic of Germany (ARD).

Bayerischer Rundfunk Munich

Hessischer Rundfunk Frankfurt /Main

Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk Leipzig

Norddeutscher Rundfunk Hamburg

Radio Bremen

Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg

Saarländischer Rundfunk Saarbrücken

Südwestrundfunk Stuttgart

Westdeutscher Rundfunk Cologne

Deutsche Welle Cologne

Deutschlandradio Cologne/Berlin

Member of the World Federation of International Music Competitions, Geneva

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General Allgemeine Conditions Bestimmungen | Organizers

Veranstalter Prizes

Spezial Prizes

Preise

Sonderpreise

Concert Invitations

Further Concert Engagements

Konzerteinladungen

Weitere Konzertverpflichtungen

Teilnahmebedingungen

Durchführung des Wettbewerbs

Prize Winners

Anwesenheit | Unterkunft

Presence | Accommodation

Conduct of the Competition

Conditions of Participation

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Repertoire and Jury

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Oboe

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Hauptausschuss Upcoming Competitions | Leitung

Oboe

First Prize

10,000 c

Second Prize

7,500 c

Third Prize

5,000 c

Trumpet

First Prize

10,000 c

Second Prize

7,500 c

Third Prize

5,000 c

Piano

First Prize

10,000 c

Second Prize

7,500 c

Third Prize

5,000 c

Organ

First Prize

10,000 c

Second Prize

7,500 c

Third Prize

5,000 c

The prize winners will be determined by the jury.

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Upcoming Competitions

Audience Prizes Audience prizes totaling c 6,000 made possible by the

Theodor Rogler Foundation will be awarded in the final round as follows:

– Oboe in the amount of c 1,500

– Trumpet in the amount of c 1,500

– Piano in the amount of c 1,500

– Organ in the amount of c 1,500

Special Prizes for the Best Interpretation of a Commissioned Composition

Special prizes totaling c 4,000 for the best interpretation of the individual commissioned compositions, made possible by the Alice Rosner Foundation, will be awarded in the category:

– Oboe for the composition by Liza Lim in the amount of c 1,000.

– Trumpet for the composition by Mark Andre in the amount of c 1,000.

– Piano for the composition by Lera Auerbach in the amount of c 1,000.

– Organ for the composition by Naji Hakim in the amount of c 1,000.

Special Prize from the Munich Chamber Orchestra The Special Prize from the Munich Chamber Orchestra totaling c 1,000 will be awarded by the members of the Munich Chamber Orchestra for an outstanding interpretation by a semi-finalist in the categories oboe, trumpet or piano.

Special BR-KLASSIK Prize The BR-KLASSIK program division of Bayerischer Rundfunk will be presenting the Special BR-KLASSIK Prize in the amount of c 1,000 for an outstanding performance.

Special Prize U21 The Special Prize U21 totaling c 2,000, underwritten by the Dr. Marianne Kunkel Fund will be awarded by the BR-KLASSIK young people’s program “U21 – Your Program. Your Music” for an outstanding performance by a participant under the age of 21.

Alice Rosner Prize The Alice Rosner Foundation awards the Alice Rosner Prize in the amount of c 1,000 for the best interpretation of a 20 th century work.

Osnabrück Music Prize The Osnabrück Music Prize, made possible by the Werner Egerland Foundation, in the amount of c 7,500 is

awarded to a finalist in the categories trumpet or piano.

It is linked to a concert with the Osnabrück Symphony

in February 2012.

Busch Brothers Prize The Busch Brothers Circle awards the Busch Brothers Prize in the amount of c 3,000 – in collaboration with the South Westphalian Philharmonic – to an outstanding

finalist in the category oboe or trumpet. It is linked to

a concert appearance at the Busch Brothers Circle and potential subsequent concerts with the South West- phalian Philharmonic.

ifp Music Prize The special prize from ifp in Cologne in the amount of c 3,000 is awarded for outstanding achievement in the category Oboe.

Special Prize from Freunde Junger Musiker, München e. V. Freunde Junger Musiker, München e. V. will award a Special Prize for an outstanding performance by a young soloist, who at least reached the Semifinal. The prize in amount of c 2,500 is linked to a chamber concert in Munich. Further engagements can be announced from other Associations of the Freunde Junger Musiker in Berlin, Bremen, Frankfurt/Main, Kassel, Köln, Bonn, Mainz, Wiesbaden, Meerbusch and Düsseldorf.

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Spezial Prizes

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Prize Winners

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Special Prize from Schwarzwald Musikfestival The Schwarzwald Musikfestival will present a special prize in the amount of c 1,500 to an outstanding finalist in the category piano. It is linked to a concert in the series “Junge Elite” in collaboration with the Hotel Bareiss, in the Christuskirche zu Mitteltal between April and September 2012.

Bärenreiter Urtext Prizes Sheet music vouchers with a value of c 1,000.

Special Prize from OehmsClassics The OehmsClassics label invites a prize winner or finalist to record a CD.

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Prize winners may be invited to give concerts or make recordings.

Broadcast Appearance Prize winners will receive invitations from five ARD broadcasters to perform concerts or make recordings under the usual radio conditions.

Prize winners may be invited as soloists:

– by the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks

– by the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra

– by the MDR Symphony Orchestra

– by the Deutschen Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern

– by the Radio Symphony Orchestra Stuttgart of the Südwestrundfunk

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Further Concert Engagements

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Upcoming Competitions

Possible concert engagements may be offered by the following institutions:

Auditorium du Louvre Braunschweig Classix Festival Burghofspiele im Rheingau Sommer Camerata Andechs

Central European Music Festival

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Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks Collegium Musicum Basel Davos Festival Euregio Musikfestival music and arts Festival Classic Oberfinning Festival der Nationen, Bad Wörishofen Festival EuroArt Praha Festival Musical Olympus St. Petersburg Festspiele Mecklenburg- Vorpommern Festspiele Orff in Andechs Folkwang-Kammerorchester Essen Frankfurter Museums-Gesellschaft Freunde der Musik Landshut Gebrüder-Busch-Kreis Hapag-Lloyd Kreuzfahrten Heidelberger Frühling Hofer Symphoniker Inselfestival Hombroich Internationale Iffeldorfer Meisterkonzerte Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg Internationales Musikfestival Cesk ý Krumlov Junges Podium Altrip Juventudes musicales de España

KaisersaalKonzerte Frankfurt/Main Kammerkonzerte im Deutschen Elfenbeinmuseum Erbach Kirchberg-Forum Hessen Kirchheim Classics Kissinger Sommer Klavierfestival Ruhr Konzerte auf Henkellsfeld, Wiesbaden Konzertgesellschaft Wuppertal

Konzerthaus Berlin Kulturdienst Weimar Kulturverein Zorneding-Baldham Kunstfreunde Bensheim Kurpfälzisches Kammerorchester Landesbank Saar, Saarbrücken Leitheimer Schlosskonzerte Liesborner Museumskonzerte Lions International Club Schwäbisch Gmünd Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele Meisterkonzerte im Alten Bahnhof Kettwig Meister von morgen, Herdecke Moselmusikfestival Mozart-Gesellschaft Dortmund Münchener Kammerorchester Münchner Konzertdirektion Hörtnagel Münchner Rundfunkorchester Münchner Symphoniker Musik und Sprache, Hessenbrückenmühle Musikverein Bamberg Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie Herford Osnabrücker Sinfonieorchester Philharmonie Merck, Darmstadt Philharmonie Südwestfalen Philharmonisches Orchester Freiburg

Rathauskonzerte Vaterstetten Rheingau Musik Festival Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival Schlosstheater Fulda Schwarzwald Musikfestival Schweizer Musikfestwochen Schwetzinger Festspiele Serenade Timmendorfer Strand Südwestdeutsches Kammerorchester Pforzheim Symphonieorchester “Wilde Gungl” München Theaterforum – Klassikforum Gauting Ticino Musica, Locarno Tonicale Musik & Event München Tonhalle Düsseldorf Weilburger Schlosskonzerte Weingartner Musiktage Junger Künstler Wetzlarer Kulturgemeinschaft Wiener Konzerthaus Winners & Masters München, Kulturkreis Gasteig Württembergisches Kammer- orchester Heilbronn Württembergische Philharmonie Reutlingen Zeughauskonzerte, Neuss

Concert managers, concert agencies and representatives of the music industry will be invited to the final rounds and the prize winners’ concerts.

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Conditions of Participation

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Oboe

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Registration Deadline The registration deadline for applications: March 31, 2011 The documentation must arrive in Munich between March 15 and March 31, 2011 (date stamp does not apply). Please send by post mail to:

Internationaler Musikwettbewerb der ARD c/o Bayerischer Rundfunk Rundfunkplatz 1 D-80335 München Germany

Application The following documentation should be enclosed:

– application form

– for the pre-selection, a personally recorded CD:

the CD may not be edited, may not be processed and may not be older than one year (the works required for the pre-selection can be found in the repertoire conditions).

– two recommendations from prominent musical personalities

– in the case of students, the approval of the teacher

– an artistic curriculum vitæ

– a portrait photograph of the applicant, which will appear in the competition program, black & white or color (also in TIFF format, minimum 300 dpi, can be sent digitally)

Admission Once the selection has been made, the decision of the pre-selection jury, made up of members of the compe- tition jury along with the artistic director, on admission to the competition will be released by June 15, 2011 at the latest. Its decisions are final and incontestable. No explanations will be provided. The chosen competitors will receive written notifi- cation of their selection. Competitors from abroad can, if necessary, use this confirmation to apply for an entry visa.

Recognition of Conditions By his or her signature on the application form, the participant acknowledges acceptance of the participation and competition conditions as well as the decision of the pre-selection jury and the competition jury as binding. There is no right of appeal. Participation is only possible in one of the competition categories. Applications that do not meet the requirements of the competition can be rejected. Submitted documents and sound recordings cannot be returned.

Participation Fee Following receipt of the admission confirmation, the participation fee of c 100 must be transferred “free of bank charges for the recipient” at the latest by July 30, 2011. Should the competitor be prevented from attending, or should he or she cancel his or her participation, this participation fee cannot be refunded.

Subject to alterations! In cases of doubt, the German text applies.

The text of this invitation is available in the Internet in German, English and French, the invitation can be downloaded with repertoire and application form:

www.ard-musikwettbewerb.de.

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Conduct of the Competition

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Concert Invitations

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Jury The jury will be selected from among personalities with international reputations without regard to ethnic, ideological, political or linguistic considerations. The decisions of the jury cannot be contested.

Competition Rounds Four competition rounds are obligatory in the categories oboe, trumpet and piano, three competition rounds in the category organ. The semi-finals for oboe, trumpet and piano will be accompanied by the Munich Chamber Orchestra without conductor. A maximum of six instrumentalists per category will be admitted to the semi-finals. The final round will be accompanied by an orchestra with conductor, the Münchner Rundfunkorchester for the trumpet category and the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks for the categories oboe, piano and organ. A maximum of four semi-finalists, six in the category organ, will be admitted to the final round.

First Audition Date All participants will receive notification of the scheduled date and time of their first audition – along with the admission to the competition – in writing.

Competition Program The following repertoire lists and the conditions therein contained are binding for the competition program. The competition program submitted by the competitors is binding. Subsequent alterations are not permitted. No works in the competition program may be repeated except on the express wish of the jury. The sequence of performance is at the participant’s discretion. If possible, original text editions should be performed. Participants will not be allowed to perform their own compositions. In certain cases, the jury may allow only selections of individual works to be performed in the first two com- petition rounds, or may select works from the submitted repertoire.

Piano Accompanists Official piano accompanists are available at no charge to the competitors. Each competitor will receive at least two rehearsals with the accompanist. Participants may bring along their personal accom- panist at their own expense.

Registration Assistant For all competitors in category organ registration assis- tants are available at no charge.

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Presence of the Participant at the Competition Each participant has to register personally at the central competition office one day before the first audition and present his or her passport, ID card or officially recognized birth certificate, and should not leave Munich as long as he or she is an active participant in the competition without the express approval of the competition management (prize winners may first depart on Septem- ber 17, 2011). Each participant accepts the obligation to remain free of all professional obligations or concerts throughout the duration of the competition.

Accommodation during the Competition For the duration of the first round, reasonably priced hotels will be recommended to the participants. All competitors who reach the second round will be provided by the competition management with the cost of accommodation and meals from this point for the dura- tion of their further participation in the audition process. This does not apply to piano accompanists or other companions. All competitors who reach the semi-final will be guests of the competition until the prize winners’ concerts.

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Prize Winners

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Awards Ceremony The awards ceremony will take place during a festive concert. Competitors will be expected to receive their awards in person at the concert.

Prize Winners’ Concert At the Prize Winners’ Concerts, chamber music works and works for soloists with orchestral accompaniment will be performed. The decision regarding the program and at which concert specific participants will appear will be made by the competition management in conjunction with the jury and the music department of Bayerischer Rundfunk. Prize winners will receive no fee for their participation in the prize winners’ concerts.

Media Exploitation The competition, including the Prize Winners’ Concerts will be recorded by Bayerischer Rundfunk and the record- ings will be made available for broadcast purposes (radio and television, including on-line) in whole or in part, for a live or later transmission. Other broadcasters at home and abroad can broadcast these recordings including the Prize Winners’ Concerts live or at a later time. Repeat broadcasts of these programs (in whole or in part) are possible.

The competition management reserves the right to use selections from the competitions and prize winners’ concerts on a CD and/or DVD, which will serve to pub- licize the participants and document the competition. Beyond this, the competition management reserves the right to release and distribute or permit the distribu- tion on its own or through third parties of contributions to the competition in sound form, on analogue and/ or digital sound or data media in any format or process, either commercially or non-commercially. The declara- tion of understanding on the part of the prize winners shall be considered given with the registration to par- ticipate in the competition: the same applies to transfer of broadcast rights in keeping with the aforementioned conditions. The prize winners have no claim to additional compensation.

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Conduct of the Competition

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Presence | Accommodation

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Prize Winners

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Oboe

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Trumpet

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Piano

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Organ

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Upcoming Competitions

Pre-Selection with Recording

André Jolivet, Serenade

C. Ph. E. Bach, Sonata in A minor or G minor Wq. 132 / H. 562 1 st and 2 nd movement (without repeats)

First Round

1. Georg Philipp Telemann, from the 12 Fantasies for Flute, one fantasy to be freely selected

2. One of the following works:

Clara Schumann, Three Romances, op. 22 Robert Schumann, Adagio and Allegro, op. 70 Robert Schumann, Three Romances, op. 94

3. One of the following works:

Antal Dorati, from the Five Pieces for Oboe solo No. 1 “La cigale et la fourmi” and No. 3 “Fugue à trois voix” Heinz Holliger, Sonata for Oboe solo 1 st and 2 nd movement or 1 st and 4 th movement Bruno Maderna, Solo for oboe 1971 (orig. with musette, oboe d’amore and English horn to be freely selected) – to be performed only on the oboe

Second Round

4. One of the following works with harpsichord accompaniement:

J. S. Bach, Sonata in G minor BWV 1030 (without repeats) François Couperin, A Concert royal to be freely selected from the “Concerts royaox – Les Goûts réunis” (Édition Fuzeau)

5. One of the following works:

Benjamin Britten, Temporal Variations Antal Dorati, Duo Concertante Henri Dutilleux, Sonate Pavel Haas, Suite Witold Lutoslawski, Epitaph Antonio Pascuilli, Fantasia sull’opera “Poliuto” or Fantasia sull’opera “La Favorita” di Donizetti

Francis Poulenc, Sonata Nikos Skalkottas, Concertino Stefan Wolpe, Sonata

6. One of the following works:

Luciano Berio, Sequenza VII Niccolò Castiglioni, Alef Vinko Globokar, Atemstudie Heinz Holliger, Studie No. 2 for Oboe solo Heinz Holliger, Studie über Mehrklänge Bruno Maderna, Aulodia for Oboe d’amore Karlheinz Stockhausen, In Freundschaft Isang Yun, Piri

Semi-Final with chamber orchestra (without conductor)

7. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Concerto in C major K. 314

8. Commissioned work by Liza Lim

Composition commissioned for the 2011 ARD International Music Com- petition. The sheet music will be supplied along with the admission to the competition. The commissioned composition may be played with the sheet music. It may not be publicly performed prior to the competition.

Final with symphony orchestra

9. One of the following concertos

Richard Strauss

Bohuslav Martinu˚

The works in groups 7 and 9 as well as one work in the first round are to be performed from memory.

Jury Oboe

Trygve Nordwall Chairperson Emmanuel Abbühl Switzerland Hélène Devilleneuve France

Lajos Lencsés

Michael Niesemann Deutschland Bart Schneemann Australia

Sweden

Hungary/Germany

Ian Hardwick

Great Britain

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Concert Invitations

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Further Concert Engagements

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Conditions of Participation

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Conduct of the Competition

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Presence | Accommodation

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Prize Winners

Repertoire and Jury

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Oboe

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Trumpet

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Piano

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Organ

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Schedule

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Main Committee | Directors

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Upcoming Competitions

Pre-Selection with Recording

George Enescu, Legend for Trumpet and Piano

Heinrich Sutermeister, Gavotte de Concert

First Round

1. One of the following works:

Henri Tomasi, Concerto Charles Chaynes, Concerto Leon Stekke, Concerto André Jolivet, Concertino Alfred Desenclos, Incantation, Thrène et Danse

2. One of the following works:

Johann Wilhelm Hertel, Concerto No. 1 in E-flat major Georg Philipp Telemann, Concerto in D major Leopold Mozart, Concerto in D major Michael Haydn, Concerto in C major

Second Round

3. One of the following works:

Hans Werner Henze, Sonatina Robert Henderson, Variation Movements Luciano Berio, Sequenza Jean Françaix, Sonatine Peter Maxwell Davies, Sonatine György Ligeti, Mysteries of the Macabre – Three Arias from the Opera “Le Grand Macabre”

4. One of the following works:

Oscar Böhme, Concerto in F minor Sergei Vassilenko, Concert-Poème Vladimir Peskin, Concerto No. 1 in C minor Vassily Brandt, Concert Piece No. 1 in F minor

Semi-Final with chamber orchestra (without conductor)

5. One of the following works:

Joseph Haydn, Concerto in E-flat major, on a B-flat trumpet Johann Nepomuk Hummel, Concerto in E major, free selection of instrument

6. Commissioned work by Marc Andre.

Composition commissioned for the 2011 ARD International Music Com- petition. The sheet music will be supplied along with the admission to the competition. The commissioned composition may be played with the sheet music. It may not be publicly performed prior to the competition.

Final with symphony orchestra

7. Bernd Alois Zimmermann,

Nobody Knows de Trouble I See

The works from No. 5 are to be performed from memory.

Jury Trompete Thierry Caens Chairperson Urban Agnas Sweden Gábor Boldoczki Hungary Frits Damrow Netherlands

Reinhold Friedrich Germany Sergei Nakariakov Russia

France

Rod Franks

Great Britain

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General Conditions | Organizers

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Prizes

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Spezial Prizes

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Concert Invitations

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Further Concert Engagements

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Conditions of Participation

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Conduct of the Competition

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Presence | Accommodation

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Prize Winners

Repertoire and Jury

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Oboe

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Trumpet

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Piano

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Organ

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Schedule

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Honorary Committee | Patrons

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Main Committee | Directors

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Upcoming Competitions

Pre-Selection with Recording

Joseph Haydn, a Sonata or Variations in F minor Hob. XVII/6

A viruosic étude, which may not be repeated in the

competition program

First Round

The performance time may not exceed a maximum of 25 minutes even if the program is longer.

If necessary, the jury will make a selection.

1. Johann Sebastian Bach, one of the following préludes

and fugues from “The Well Tempered Piano”:

Volume 1: C-sharp minor / F minor / G minor / A-flat major Volume 2: D major / E-flat major / E major / B major

2. An étude by Frédéric Chopin (except for op. 10 No. 3,

op. 10 No. 6 and op. 25 No. 7)

3. A further étude by

Franz Liszt Claude Debussy György Ligeti (except for No. 5 and No. 11) Sergei Rachmaninov Alexander Skryabin

4. One of the following works:

Isaac Albéniz, a selection from the Iberia Suite Béla Bartók, Sonata Sz 80 Béla Bartók, “Szabadban” (“Out of Doors”) Claude Debussy, Images, Book 1 or 2 Claude Debussy, Estampes Claude Debussy, Three Préludes to be freely selected Hans Werner Henze, Sonata per pianoforte (1959) Paul Hindemith, Sonata No. 1 Paul Hindemith, Sonata No. 3 Sergei Prokofiev, Sonata No. 4 in C minor, op. 29 Sergei Prokofiev, Sonata No. 7 in B-flat major, op. 83 Maurice Ravel, Miroirs Maurice Ravel, Valses Nobles et Sentimentales Maurice Ravel, Gaspard de la Nuit

Alfred Schnittke, Sonata No. 2 Alexander Skryabin, One of the sonatas from No. 3 to No. 10 Arnold Schönberg, Five Piano Pieces, op. 23 Arnold Schönberg, Suite op. 25 Igor Stravinsky, Three movements from “Petrushka” Heitor Villa-Lobos, Rudepoema

Second Round

5. Ludwig van Beethoven, one of the following sonatas:

op. 2, No 3 in C major / op. 7 in E-flat major / op. 10 No. 3 in D major / op. 31 No. 1 in G major / op. 31 No. 3 in E-flat major / op. 57 in F minor / op. 81a in E-flat major / op. 109 in E major / op. 110 in A-flat major / op. 111 in C minor

6. One of the following works:

Johannes Brahms, Sonata op. 2 in F-sharp minor Johannes Brahms, Four Ballads, op. 10 Johannes Brahms, Fantasies op. 116 Johannes Brahms, Piano Pieces, op. 118 Franz Schubert, Three Piano Pieces D 946 Franz Schubert, Moments musicaux D 780 Franz Schubert, Sonata D 894 in G major Franz Schubert, Sonata D 959 in A major Robert Schumann, Symphonic Études, op. 13 Robert Schumann, Fantasie op. 17 in C major Robert Schumann, Sonata op. 11 in F-sharp minor Robert Schumann, Davidsbündlertänze, op. 6 Robert Schumann, Kreisleriana op. 16 Franz Liszt, Sonata in B minor Franz Liszt, Dante Sonata

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Contents

1

Title

2

General Conditions | Organizers

3

Prizes

4

Spezial Prizes

6

Concert Invitations

7

Further Concert Engagements

8

Conditions of Participation

9

Conduct of the Competition

10

Presence | Accommodation

11

Prize Winners

Repertoire and Jury

12

Oboe

13

Trumpet

14

Piano

16

Organ

20

Schedule

21

Honorary Committee | Patrons

22

Main Committee | Directors

23

Upcoming Competitions

Semi-Final with chamber orchestra (without conductor)

7. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,

one of the following concertos:

G major K. 453 or B-flat major K. 456 or F major K. 459

8. Commissioned work by Lera Auerbach

Composition commissioned for the 2011 ARD International Music Com- petition. The sheet music will be supplied along with the admission to the competition. The commissioned composition may be played with the sheet music. It may not be publicly performed prior to the competition.

Final with symphony orchestra

9. One of the following concertos:

Ludwig van Beethoven, No. 3 in C minor, op 37 Ludwig van Beethoven, No. 4 in G major, op. 58 Johannes Brahms, No. 2 in B-flat major, op. 83 Robert Schumann, in A minor, op. 54 Frédéric Chopin, No. 1 in E minor, op. 11 Peter Tchaikovsky, No. 2 in G major, op. 44 Sergei Rachmaninov, No. 3 in D minor, op. 30 Sergei Prokofiev, No. 3 in C major, op. 26

Except for the commissioned composition by Lera Auerbach, the entire program is to be performed from memory.

Only instruments from the Steinway & Sons Company are available for the competition.

Jury Piano

Peter Alward Chairperson Evgeni Koroliov Russia

Ewa Kupiec

Jura Margulis USA Anne Queffélec France Anatol Ugorsky Germany Begoña Uriarte Spain

Great Britain

Poland / Germany

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Contents

1

Title

2

General Conditions | Organizers

3

Prizes

4

Spezial Prizes

6

Concert Invitations

7

Further Concert Engagements

8

Conditions of Participation

9

Conduct of the Competition

10

Presence | Accommodation

11

Prize Winners

Repertoire and Jury

12

Oboe

13

Trumpet

14

Piano

16

Organ

20

Schedule

21

Honorary Committee | Patrons

22

Main Committee | Directors

23

Upcoming Competitions

Pre-Selection with Recording

Johann Sebastian Bach, Trio “Allein Gott in der Höh’ sei Ehr” BWV 676

Marcel Dupré, Variations sur un Noël, op. 20

First Round

Musikhochschule München

1. Johann Sebastian Bach, one of the Trio Sonatas BWV 525 – 530

2. César Franck, Fantaisie in A major

3. Paul Hindemith, Sonata No. 2 or No. 3

Second Round

Musikhochschule München

4. Comissioned work by Naji Hakim, Arabesques pour orgue

Composition commissioned for the 2011 ARD International Music Competition. The sheet music will be supplied along with the admis- sion to the competition. It may not be publicly performed prior to the competition.

5. One of the following works by Johann Sebastian Bach:

Prelude and Fugue in E-flat major BWV 552 Prelude and Fugue in E minor BWV 548 Prelude and Fugue in G minor BWV 542 Toccata and Fugue in F major BWV 540 Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C major BWV 564

Basilika Ottobeuren

6. Georg Muffat, Toccata octava or Toccata duodecima

7. Nicolas de Grigny, from “Veni creator”:

Fugue à 5 – Duo – Dialogue sur les Grands Jeux

8. One of the following works by Franz Xaver Schnitzer:

Sonata No. 2 in F major, Andantino and Allegro assai Sonata No. 4 in D major, Andante and Presto Sonata No. 5 in B major, Minuetto and Presto

Final

Musikhochschule München

9. One of the following works:

Max Reger, Wie schön leucht’ uns der Morgenstern op. 40/1 or Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme op. 52/2 or Halleluja! Gott zu loben op. 52/3 or Fantasia and Fugue in D minor op. 135b Franz Liszt, Variations on “Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen” Julius Reubke, Sonata “Der 94. Psalm”

with symphony orchestra, Philharmonie im Gasteig

10. Paul Hindemith, Concerto for Organ and Chamber Orchestra op. 46/2

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Jury Orgel Sir Simon Preston Chairperson

Hans-Ola Ericsson Sweden Martin Haselböck Austria Edgar Krapp Germany Peter Planyavsky Austria Daniel Roth France Thomas Trotter Great Britain Friedemann Winklhofer Germany

Great Britain

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Organ, Großer Konzertsaal / Hochschule für Musik

III. Recit

25. Quintaton

26. Bourdon

27. Flûte harmonique

28. Gambe

8'

8'

16'

Pedal C – g'

und Theater München (Kuhn 1999)

41. Untersatz

32'

1 st Round

42. Principal

16'

2 nd Round, Part 1

8'

43. Violon 16'

3 rd Round, Part 1

44. Subbass

16'

29. Voix céleste (ab A)

8'

45. Octave

8'

Specification:

30. 4'

Flûte octaviante

46. Spitzflöte

8'

Contents

1

Title

2

General Conditions | Organizers

3

Prizes

4

Spezial Prizes

6

Concert Invitations

7

Further Concert Engagements

8

Conditions of Participation

9

Conduct of the Competition

10

Presence | Accommodation

11

Prize Winners

Repertoire and Jury

12

Oboe

13

Trumpet

14

Piano

16

Organ

20

Schedule

21

Honorary Committee | Patrons

22

Main Committee | Directors

23

Upcoming Competitions

 

31. Viola

4'

47. Octave

4'

I. Great Organ C – a'''

II. Positive

32. Nazard

2 2/3'

 

48. Flöte

4'

1. Bourdon

16'

13. Principal 8'

33. Octavin

2'

49. Hintersatz 4f.

2 2/3'

2. Principal

8'

14. Salicional

8'

34. Tierce

1 3/5'

 

50. Posaune

 

16'

3.

Hohlflöte

8'

15. Rohrflöte 8'

35. Plein-jeu 5f.

2'

51. Trompete

8'

4.

Gamba

8'

16. Octave 4'

36. Basson

16'

52. Trompete

4'

5.

Gedeckt

8'

17. Koppelflöte 4'

37. Trompette

 

6.

Octave

4'

18. Waldflöte 2'

harmonique

8'

Normal couplers

7.

Nachthorn

4'

 

19. Quinte

1 1/3'

38. Hautbois

8'

Tracker action

8.

Quinte

2 2/3'

20. Sifflöte 1'

39. Voix humaine

8'

Electric stop mechanism

9.

Octave

2'

21. Scharf 3f. 1'

40. Clairon

4'

32 x 256 adjustable

10. Mixtur 4f.

1 1/3'

22. Sesquialter 2f.

– Tremulant

combinations

11. Cornet 5f. (ab g°)

8'

2 2/3' + 1 3/5'

USB thumb drives

12. Trompete

8'

 

23. Trompete 8' 24. Krummhorn 8' – Tremulant

 

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Title

2

General Conditions | Organizers

3

Prizes

4

Spezial Prizes

6

Concert Invitations

7

Further Concert Engagements

8

Conditions of Participation

9

Conduct of the Competition

10

Presence | Accommodation

11

Prize Winners

Repertoire and Jury

12

Oboe

13

Trumpet

14

Piano

16

Organ

20

Schedule

21

Honorary Committee | Patrons

22

Main Committee | Directors

23

Upcoming Competitions

Dreifaltigkeits-Orgel, Basilika Ottobeuren (Riepp 1766) 2 nd Round, Part 2

Specification:

I. Positiv e (subdivided in Bass and Treble )

Bass C – fisº:

Treble: gº – d''' Princip 16'

Flauta

8'

Flauta 8'

Copel

8'

Copel 8'

Gamb (Gamba)

4'

Gamb

4'

Octav

4'

In Octav and Flet the stop

Flet

4'

works for the whole keyboard

Nazard

2 2/3'

Nazard

2 2/3'

Quart

2'

Quart 2'

Tertz

1 3/5'

Tertz

1 3/5'

Quint

1 1/3'

Quint 1 1/3'

Fornit 5 fold

Fornit 5–6 fold

Trompet

8'

Trompet 8'

Cromor

8'

Cromor 8'

Voxho

8'

Voxho 8'

Clairon

4'

Clairon 4'

II. Great Organ (C – d 3 )

Copel

16'

Tertz 3 1/5'

Princip

8'

Waldflet 2'

Flauta

8'

Tertz

1 3/5'

Copel

8'

Cornet 5 fold, from c 1 on

Salicet

8'

Mixtur 4 fold

Gamba

8'

Cimbal 4–6 fold

Prestant

4'

Trompet 8'

Flet

4'

Clairon 4'

Quint

2 2/3'

III. Recit (C – d 3 )

 

Cornet

8' 5 fold, from g 1 on

 

IV. Echo (subdivided in Bass and Treble)

Bass: C – eº

 

Treble: fº – d'''

*Copel

8'

Copel 8'

*Flet

4'

Flet 4'

*Quint

2 2/3'

Larigo

2 2/3' + 2', 2 fold

*Quart

(only Bass 17 tone)

2'

 

*Tertz

1 3/5'

Tertz

1 3/5' + 2', 2 fold

Hoboi

8'

Hoboi

8'

Stops, marked with * are the continuation of the Cornet of the III. keyboard and its complement in Bass. They are also playable on the III. keyboard.

Pedal (C – c')

Princip

16'

Flet

4'

Copel

16'

Mixtur

2 2/3', 3 fold

Octav

8'

Bomba

16'

Gamb

8'

Trompet

8'

Quint

5 1/3'

Trompet

4'

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1

Title

2

General Conditions | Organizers

3

Prizes

4

Spezial Prizes

6

Concert Invitations

7

Further Concert Engagements

8

Conditions of Participation

9

Conduct of the Competition

10

Presence | Accommodation

11

Prize Winners

Repertoire and Jury

12

Oboe

13

Trumpet

14

Piano

16

Organ

20

Schedule

21

Honorary Committee | Patrons

22

Main Committee | Directors

23

Upcoming Competitions

Organ, Philharmonie im Gasteig, München

Pedal C – f'

32'

16'

Trompeteria C – c''''

 

(Klais 1985; Re-intonation 2004)

Untersatz

Trompeta magna

16'

3 rd Round, Part 2 (with the Symphonieorchester

Principal

Trompeta da batalla

8'

des Bayerischen Rundfunks)

Subbass 16'

Trompeta real

8'

Violon 16'

Bajoncillo 4'

Specification:

 

Octave

8'

 

Trichtergedackt 8'

 

I. Positiv C – c''''

 

II. Great Organ C – c''''

Cello

8'

Praestant

8'

Praestant

16'

Superoctave

4'

 

Holzgedackt

8'

Principal 8'

 

Spitzflöte

4'

Quintflöte

8'

Doppelflöte 8'

Jubalflöte

2'

Principal

4'

Gemshorn

8'

Basszink 4f.

5 1/3'

 

Rohrflöte

4'

Quinte

5 1/3'

 

Hintersatz 5f.

4'

Octave

2'

Octave

4'

Contrafagott

32'

Sesquialter 2f.

2 2/3'

Koppelflöte 4'

 

Posaune

16'

Larigot

1 1/3'

Terz

3 1/5'

 

Fagott

16'

 

Scharff 5f.

1 1/3'

 

Quinte

2 2/3'

 

Trompete

8'

Cymbel 4f.

1/2'

Superoctave 2'

Kopftrompete

4'

 

Dulcian

16'

Cornet 5f.

8'

– Tremulant

Cromorne

8'

 

Mixtur 5f.

2'

– Tremulant

Acuta 5f.

1'

Slidet chest

 
 

Trompete

16'

Electric stop mechanism

Trompete

8'

Two Keydesks (mechanical + electrical)

Trompete

4'

 

Couplers: III-I

IV-I

III. Récit C – c''''

 

IV. Swell C – c''''

 

I-II

III-II

IV-II

Bourdon

16'

Salicet 16'

IV-III

Holzprincipal

8'

Gamba 8'

I-P

II-P

III-P

IV-P

Flûte harmonique

8'

Vox coelestis

8'

Rohrflöte

8'

Fernflöte

8'

Tromp.-I

Tromp.-II

Tromp.-III

Tromp.-IV

Tromp.-P

Geigenoctave

4'

Metallgedackt 8'

 

Flûte octaviante

4'

Blockflöte 4'

Adjustable combinations

Octavin

2'

Violine 4'

USB thumb drives

Nasard

2 2/3'

Hohlflöte

2'

Terz

1 3/5'

Harm. aetheria 4f.

2 2/3'

Sifflet

1'

Hautbois

8'

Fourniture 6f.

2 2/3'

Vox humana

8'

Basson

16'

– Tremulant

Tromp. harmonique

8'

Clairon harmonique

4'

– Tremulant

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Contents

1

Title

2

General Conditions | Organizers

3

Prizes

4

Spezial Prizes

6

Concert Invitations

7

Further Concert Engagements

8

Conditions of Participation

9

Conduct of the Competition

10

Presence | Accommodation

11

Prize Winners

Repertoire and Jury

12

Oboe

13

Trumpet

14

Piano

16

Organ

20

Schedule

21

Honorary Committee | Patrons

22

Main Committee | Directors

Oboe Monday, August 29: 1 st round begins Thursday, September 1: 2 nd round begins Sunday, September 4: semi-final with the chamber orchestra Tuesday, September 6: final with the symphony orchestra

Trumpet Wednesday, August 31: 1 st round begins Saturday, September 3: 2 nd round begins Tuesday, September 6: semi-final with the chamber orchestra Saturday, September 10: final with Rundfunkorchester

Piano Thursday, September 1: 1 st round begins Monday, September 5: 2 nd round begins Thursday, September 8: semi-final with the chamber orchestra Sunday, September 11: final with the symphony orchestra

Organ Wednesday, August 31: 1 st round begins / Registration and practising from Thursday, August 25 Sunday, September 4: 2 nd round / Part 1 Tuesday, September 6: 2 nd round / Part 2 Thursday, September 8: final / Part 1: Organ solo Friday, September 9: final / Part 2: with the symphony orchestra

Prize Winners’ Concerts Concert with the Münchner Rundfunkorchester Wednesday, September 14, 8:00 P.M.

Concert with the Munich Chamber Orchestra Thursday, September 15, 8:00 P.M.

Concert with the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks Conductor: Sebastian Tewinkel Friday, September 16, 8:00 P.M. Philharmonie im Gasteig

Honorary Committee

Patrons

21

Honorary Committee | Patrons

Contents

1

Title

2

General Conditions | Organizers

3

Prizes

4

Spezial Prizes

6

Concert Invitations

7

Further Concert Engagements

8

Conditions of Participation

9

Conduct of the Competition

10

Presence | Accommodation

11

Prize Winners

Repertoire and Jury

12

Oboe

13

Trumpet

14

Piano

16

Organ

20

Schedule

21

Honorary Committee | Patrons

22

Main Committee | Directors

Sir Colin Davis

Conductor

Thomas Goppel