Piano

GENERAL DIRECTIVES

Candidates registered for any Piano category between 7 and 15 years old may choose repertoire from an older age category up to a maximum of 2 years. For example, a candidate registered in Piano 7 years old can select repertoire from Piano 8 years old and 9 years old. However, the candidate must respect the time limit of the category in which he is registered.

The musical program of the first round must include contrasting works and movements so that the candidate’s musicality can be heard in various tempi (slow and fast).

Notice: Your repertoire list must comply with the “Repertoire Guidelines“, as specified in the rules.

NATIONAL AUDITION

  1. J.S. Bach: One of the following works:
    • Aria BWV 515 in D minor
    • Choral or Aria BWV Anh 131 in F major
    • Marche BWV 122 in D major
    • Minuet BWV Anh 113 in F major
    • Minuet BWV Anh 114 in G major
    • Minuet BWV Anh 115 in G minor
    • Minuet BWV Anh 116 in G major
    • Minuet BWV Anh 118 in B flat major
    • Minuet BWV Anh 121 in C minor
    • Musette BWV Anh 126 in D major
    • Polonaise BWV Anh 119 in G minor
    • Suite BWV 822 in G minor (Minuet I)
    • Suite BWV 822 in G minor (Minuet II)
  2. One movement of a sonatina chosen from the following list:
    • Biehl: Op. 57, No. 1
    • Bolck: Op. 27
    • Clementi: Op. 36, Nos. 1 or 2
    • Haslinger: Sonatina in C major
    • Schmitt: Sonatina in A major
    • Wanhal: Op. 41, Nos. 1 or 2
  3. One work or a group of movements or one movement of your choice or more than one work or parts of works from the same composer

Maximum time: 14 minutes

NATIONAL FINAL

  1. One work with orchestra or one movement or a group of movements.

Maximum time: 10 minutes

GENERAL DIRECTIVES

Candidates registered for any Piano category between 7 and 15 years old may choose repertoire from an older age category up to a maximum of 2 years. For example, a candidate registered in Piano 8 years old can select repertoire from Piano 9 years old and 10 years old. However, the candidate must respect the time limit of the category in which he is registered.

The musical program of the first round must include contrasting works and movements so that the candidate’s musicality can be heard in various tempi (slow and fast).

Notice: Your repertoire list must comply with the “Repertoire Guidelines“, as specified in the rules.

NATIONAL AUDITION

  1. J.S. Bach: One of the following works:
    • English Suite No. 3, BWV 808 in G minor (Gavottes I & II)
    • French Suite No. 2, BWV 813 in C minor (Minuet)
    • French Suite No. 3, BWV 814 in B minor (Minuet and Trio)
    • March BWV Anh. 124 in G major
    • March BWV Anh. 127 in E flat major
    • Minuet BWV Anh. 120 in A minor
    • Minuet BWV Anh. 132 in D minor
    • Partita No. 7, BWV 831 in B minor (Bourrée I)
    • Polonaise BWV Anh. 117b in F major
    • Polonaise BWV Anh. 123 in G minor
    • Polonaise BWV Anh. 125 in G minor
    • Polonaise BWV Anh. 128 in D minor
    • Polonaise BWV Anh. 130 in G major
    • Suite for Lute BWV 996 in E minor (Bourrée)
  2. One movement of a sonatina chosen from the following list:
    • Beethoven: Sonatina in G major
    • Clementi: Op. 36, Nos. 3 or 4
    • Diabelli: Op. 151
    • Lichner: Op. 239, No 2
  3. One work or a group of movements or one movement of your choice or more than one work or parts of works from the same composer.

Maximum time: 14 minutes

NATIONAL FINAL

  1. One work with orchestra or one movement or a group of movements.

Maximum time: 10 minutes

GENERAL DIRECTIVES

Candidates registered for any Piano category between 7 and 15 years old may choose repertoire from an older age category up to a maximum of 2 years. For example, a candidate registered in Piano 9 years old can select repertoire from Piano 10 years old and 11 years old. However, the candidate must respect the time limit of the category in which he is registered.

The musical program of the first round must include contrasting works and movements so that the candidate’s musicality can be heard in various tempi (slow and fast).

Notice: Your repertoire list must comply with the “Repertoire Guidelines“, as specified in the rules.

NATIONAL AUDITION

  1. J.S. Bach: One Little Prelude or one Two Part Invention.
  2. One movement of a sonatina chosen from the following list:
    1. Beethoven: Sonatina in F major
    2. Clementi: Op. 36, Nos. 5 or 6
    3. Diabelli: Op. 168
    4. Haydn: Hob. XVI: 9
  3. One work or a group of movements or one movement of your choice or more than one work or parts of works from the same composer.

Maximum time: 17 minutes

NATIONAL FINAL

  1. One work with orchestra or one movement or a group of movements.

Maximum time: 12 minutes

GENERAL DIRECTIVES

Candidates registered for any Piano category between 7 and 15 years old may choose repertoire from an older age category up to a maximum of 2 years. For example, a candidate registered in Piano 10 years old can select repertoire from Piano 11 years old and 12 years old. However, the candidate must respect the time limit of the category in which he is registered.

The musical program of the first round must include contrasting works and movements so that the candidate’s musicality can be heard in various tempi (slow and fast).

Notice: Your repertoire list must comply with the “Repertoire Guidelines“, as specified in the rules.

NATIONAL AUDITION

  1. J.S. Bach: One Little Prelude or one Two Part Invention.
  2. One movement of a sonatina chosen from the following list:
    • Clementi: Op. 38
    • Haydn: Hob. XVI: 8, 11 or G1 (G major)
    • Kuhlau: Op. 55
    • Mozart: Viennese Sonatina Nos. 1, 2 or 3
  3. One work or a group of movements or one movement of your choice or more than one work or parts of works from the same composer.

Maximum time: 17 minutes

NATIONAL FINAL

  1. One work with orchestra or one movement or a group of movements.

Maximum time: 12 minutes

GENERAL DIRECTIVES

Candidates registered for any Piano category between 7 and 15 years old may choose repertoire from an older age category up to a maximum of 2 years. For example, a candidate registered in Piano 11 years old can select repertoire from Piano 12 years old and 13 years old. However, the candidate must respect the time limit of the category in which he is registered.

The musical program of the first round must include contrasting works and movements so that the candidate’s musicality can be heard in various tempi (slow and fast).

Notice: Your repertoire list must comply with the “Repertoire Guidelines“, as specified in the rules.

NATIONAL AUDITION

  1. J.S. Bach: One Two Part Invention or Three Part Invention (Sinfonia) or one Duetto or one Prelude and Fugue.
  2. One movement of a sonatina chosen from the following list:
    1. Clementi: Op. 37
    2. Haydn: Hob. XVI: 4, 7 or 10
    3. Kuhlau: Op.88
    4. Mozart: Viennese Sonatina Nos. 4, 5 or 6
  3. One work or a group of movements or one movement of your choice or more than one work or parts of works from the same composer.

Maximum time: 23 minutes

NATIONAL FINAL

  1. One work with orchestra or one movement or a group of movements.

Maximum time: 15 minutes

GENERAL DIRECTIVES

Candidates registered for any Piano category between 7 and 15 years old may choose repertoire from an older age category up to a maximum of 2 years. For example, a candidate registered in Piano 12 years old can select repertoire from Piano 13 years old and 14 years old. However, the candidate must respect the time limit of the category in which he is registered.

The musical program of the first round must include contrasting works and movements so that the candidate’s musicality can be heard in various tempi (slow and fast).

Notice: Your repertoire list must comply with the “Repertoire Guidelines“, as specified in the rules.

NATIONAL AUDITION

  1. J.S. Bach: One Three Part Invention (Sinfonia) or one Duetto or one Prelude and Fugue.
  2. One movement of a sonata by Haydn or one of the sonatinas Op. 20 by Kuhlau or the sonatas Op. 49, Nos 1 or 2 by Beethoven.
  3. One work or a group of movements or one movement of your choice or more than one work or parts of works from the same composer.

Maximum time: 23 minutes

NATIONAL FINAL

  1. One work with orchestra or one movement or a group of movements.

Maximum time: 15 minutes

GENERAL DIRECTIVES

Candidates registered for any Piano category between 7 and 15 years old may choose repertoire from an older age category up to a maximum of 2 years. For example, a candidate registered in Piano 13 years old can select repertoire from Piano 14 years old and 15 years old. However, the candidate must respect the time limit of the category in which he is registered.

The musical program of the first round must include contrasting works and movements so that the candidate’s musicality can be heard in various tempi (slow and fast).

Notice: Your repertoire list must comply with the “Repertoire Guidelines“, as specified in the rules.

NATIONAL AUDITION

  1. J.S. Bach: One Three Part Invention (Sinfonia) or one Duetto or one Prelude and Fugue.
  2. One movement of a sonata by C.P.E. Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven or of the sonatinas Op. 59 by Kuhlau or Variations by Mozart, Beethoven or Haydn.
  3. One work or a group of movements or one movement of your choice or more than one work or parts of works from the same composer.

Maximum time: 23 minutes

NATIONAL FINAL

  1. One work with orchestra or one movement or a group of movements.

Maximum time: 15 minutes

GENERAL DIRECTIVES

Candidates registered for any Piano category between 7 and 15 years old may choose repertoire from an older age category up to a maximum of 2 years. For example, a candidate registered in Piano 14 years old can select repertoire from Piano 15 years old and 16 years old. However, the candidate must respect the time limit of the category in which he is registered.

The musical program of the first round must include contrasting works and movements so that the candidate’s musicality can be heard in various tempi (slow and fast).

Notice: Your repertoire list must comply with the “Repertoire Guidelines“, as specified in the rules.

NATIONAL AUDITION

  1. J.S. Bach: One Little Prelude and Fugue or one Prelude and Fugue.
  2. One movement of a sonata by C.P.E. Bach, Haydn, Mozart or Beethoven, or Variations by Mozart, Beethoven or Haydn.
  3. One work or a group of movements or one movement of your choice or more than one work or parts of works from the same composer.

Maximum time: 25 minutes

NATIONAL FINAL

  1. One work with orchestra or one movement or a group of movements.

Maximum time: 20 minutes

GENERAL DIRECTIVES

Candidates registered for any Piano category between 7 and 15 years old may choose repertoire from an older age category up to a maximum of 2 years. For example, a candidate registered in Piano 15 years old can select repertoire from Piano 16 years old and 17 years old. However, the candidate must respect the time limit of the category in which he is registered.

The musical program of the first round must include contrasting works and movements so that the candidate’s musicality can be heard in various tempi (slow and fast).

Notice: Your repertoire list must comply with the “Repertoire Guidelines“, as specified in the rules.

NATIONAL AUDITION

  1. J.S. Bach: One Little Prelude and Fugue or one Prelude and Fugue.
  2. One movement of a sonata by C.P.E. Bach, Haydn, Mozart or Beethoven, or Variations by Mozart, Beethoven or Haydn.
  3. One work or a group of movements or one movement of your choice or more than one work or parts of works from the same composer.

Maximum time: 25 minutes

NATIONAL FINAL

  1. One work with orchestra or one movement or a group of movements.

Maximum time: 20 minutes

GENERAL DIRECTIVES

Candidates registered for any Piano category between 16 and 25 years old must include in their entire musical program works from three out of five of the following periods: baroque, classical, romantic, modern and contemporary. The etude is considered as representative of a period.

The musical program of the first round must include contrasting works and movements so that the candidate’s musicality can be heard in various tempi (slow and fast).

Notice: Your repertoire list must comply with the “Repertoire Guidelines“, as specified in the rules.

NATIONAL AUDITION

  1. One Etude chosen from the list of etudes.
  2. Two sonatas by Scarlatti or Soler, or a complete work or a minimum of two contrasting movements of a work by J.S. Bach or Handel (for a suite or a partita, a minimum of three contrasting movements is required).
  3. One movements of a sonata from the classical period or one work from the classical period (in one movement).
  4. One work or a group of movements or one movement of your choice.

Maximum time: 37 minutes

NATIONAL FINAL

  1. One work with orchestra or one movement or a group of movements.

Maximum time: 25 minutes

GENERAL DIRECTIVES

Candidates registered for any Piano category between 16 and 25 years old must include in their entire musical program works from three out of five of the following periods: baroque, classical, romantic, modern and contemporary. The etude is considered as representative of a period.

The musical program of the first round must include contrasting works and movements so that the candidate’s musicality can be heard in various tempi (slow and fast).

Notice: Your repertoire list must comply with the “Repertoire Guidelines“, as specified in the rules.

NATIONAL AUDITION

  1. One Etude chosen from the list of etudes.
  2. Two sonatas by Scarlatti or Soler, or a complete work or a minimum of two contrasting movements of a work by J.S. Bach or Handel (for a suite or a partita, a minimum of three contrasting movements is required).
  3. One movements of a sonata from the classical period or one work from the classical period (in one movement).
  4. One work or a group of movements or one movement of your choice.

Maximum time: 37 minutes

NATIONAL FINAL

  1. One work with orchestra or one movement or a group of movements.

Maximum time: 25 minutes

GENERAL DIRECTIVES

Candidates registered for any Piano category between 16 and 25 years old must include in their entire musical program works from three out of five of the following periods: baroque, classical, romantic, modern and contemporary. The etude is considered as representative of a period.

The musical program of the first round must include contrasting works and movements so that the candidate’s musicality can be heard in various tempi (slow and fast).

Notice: Your repertoire list must comply with the “Repertoire Guidelines“, as specified in the rules.

NATIONAL AUDITION

  1. One Etude chosen from the list of etudes.
  2. Two sonatas by Scarlatti or Soler, or a complete work or a minimum of two contrasting movements of a work by J.S. Bach or Handel (for a suite or a partita, a minimum of three contrasting movements is required).
  3. One movements of a sonata from the classical period or one work from the classical period (in one movement).
  4. One work or a group of movements or one movement of your choice.

Maximum time: 37 minutes

NATIONAL FINAL

  1. One work with orchestra or one movement or a group of movements.

Maximum time: 25 minutes

GENERAL DIRECTIVES

Candidates registered for any Piano category between 16 and 25 years old must include in their entire musical program works from three out of five of the following periods: baroque, classical, romantic, modern and contemporary. The etude is considered as representative of a period.

The musical program of the first round must include contrasting works and movements so that the candidate’s musicality can be heard in various tempi (slow and fast).

Notice: Your repertoire list must comply with the “Repertoire Guidelines“, as specified in the rules.

NATIONAL AUDITION

  1. One Etude chosen from the list of etudes.
  2. Two sonatas by Scarlatti or Soler, or a complete work or a minimum of two contrasting movements of a work by J.S. Bach or Handel (for a suite or a partita, a minimum of three contrasting movements is required).
  3. One movements of a sonata from the classical period or one work from the classical period (in one movement).
  4. One work or a group of movements or one movement of your choice.

Maximum time: 37 minutes

NATIONAL FINAL

  1. One work with orchestra or one movement or a group of movements.

Maximum time: 25 minutes

GENERAL DIRECTIVES

Candidates registered for any Piano category between 16 and 25 years old must include in their entire musical program works from three out of five of the following periods: baroque, classical, romantic, modern and contemporary. The etude is considered as representative of a period.

The musical program of the first round must include contrasting works and movements so that the candidate’s musicality can be heard in various tempi (slow and fast).

Notice: Your repertoire list must comply with the “Repertoire Guidelines“, as specified in the rules.

NATIONAL AUDITION

  1. One Etude chosen from the list of etudes.
  2. Two sonatas by Scarlatti or Soler, or a complete work or a minimum of two contrasting movements of a work by J.S. Bach or Handel (for a suite or a partita, a minimum of three contrasting movements is required).
  3. One movements of a sonata from the classical period or one work from the classical period (in one movement).
  4. One work or a group of movements or one movement of your choice.

Maximum time: 37 minutes

NATIONAL FINAL

  1. One work with orchestra or one movement or a group of movements.

Maximum time: 25 minutes

GENERAL DIRECTIVES

Candidates registered for any Piano category between 16 and 25 years old must include in their entire musical program works from three out of five of the following periods: baroque, classical, romantic, modern and contemporary. The etude is considered as representative of a period.

The musical program of the first round must include contrasting works and movements so that the candidate’s musicality can be heard in various tempi (slow and fast).

Notice: Your repertoire list must comply with the “Repertoire Guidelines“, as specified in the rules.

NATIONAL AUDITION

  1. One Etude chosen from the list of etudes.
  2. Two sonatas by Scarlatti or Soler, or a complete work or a minimum of two contrasting movements of a work by J.S. Bach or Handel (for a suite or a partita, a minimum of three contrasting movements is required).
  3. One movements of a sonata from the classical period or one work from the classical period (in one movement).
  4. One work or a group of movements or one movement of your choice.

Maximum time: 37 minutes

NATIONAL FINAL

  1. One work with orchestra or one movement or a group of movements.

Maximum time: 25 minutes

GENERAL DIRECTIVES

Candidates registered for any Piano category between 16 and 25 years old must include in their entire musical program works from three out of five of the following periods: baroque, classical, romantic, modern and contemporary. The etude is considered as representative of a period.

The musical program of the first round must include contrasting works and movements so that the candidate’s musicality can be heard in various tempi (slow and fast).

Notice: Your repertoire list must comply with the “Repertoire Guidelines“, as specified in the rules.

NATIONAL AUDITION

  1. Two Etudes, one by Chopin or Liszt chosen from the list of etudes.
  2. Two sonatas by Scarlatti or Soler, or a complete work or a minimum of two contrasting movements of a work by J.S. Bach or Handel (for a suite or a partita, a minimum of three contrasting movements is required).
  3. One work from the classical period.
  4. One work or a group of movements or one movement of your choice.

Maximum time: 55 minutes

NATIONAL FINAL

  1. One work with orchestra.

No time limit

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