Stockholm 2010
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First Stockholm International Music Competition
May 14 — 16, 2010

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ORGANISERS

The Swedish National Association for Young Musicians (RUM)

Herzen University, St.Petersburg, Russia

The Centre for International Educational Programmes, St.Petersburg, Russia

Maestro Academy, Stockholm, Sweden

With support of The Royal College of Music, Stockholm, Sweden

CHILDREN'S LEVEL

COMPETITIONS CATEGORIES

Violin Solo
Piano Solo
Accordion Solo
Ensembles (instrumental, vocal, mixed)

AGE GROUP / MAXIMUM DURATION

Group 1: 5-8 years / 5 min
Group 2: 9-10 years / 7 min
Group 3: 11-12 years / 9 min
Group 4: 13-14 years / 11 min
Group 5: 15-16 years / 13 min

COMPETITION REPERTOIRE REQUIREMENT

Two or three compositions of contrasting styles, including one piece by a composer from the country of the participant.

COMPETITION PROCEDURE

The competition consists one round.
All the performances will be open to the public. The jury will consist of interpreters and music teachers of internationalreputation from Sweden, Estonia, Russia, Germany, Netherlands and USA.

PRIZES

Participants are awarded diplomas and prizes of various kinds including concerts engagements in Stockholm and St.Petersburg.

YOUTH LEVEL

COMPETITIONS CATEGORIES

Violin Solo
Piano Solo
Accordion Solo
Vocal Solo
Accompaniment
Ensembles (instrumental, vocal, mixed)

AGE GROUPS

Group A: 17-19 years
Group B: 20-22 years

MAXIMUM DURATION

20 min

COMPETITION REPERTOIRE REQUIREMENT

Two or three compositions of contrasting styles, including one piece by a composer from the country of the participant.

COMPETITION PROCEDURE

The competition consists one round.
All the performances will be open to the public. The jury will consist of interpreters and music teachers of internationalreputation from Sweden, Estonia, Russia, Germany, Netherlands and USA.

PRIZES

Participants are awarded diplomas and prizes of various kinds including concerts engagements in Stockholm and St.Petersburg.

SPECIAL PRIZES

1,000 € in cash awards,
6,000 $ in scholarships to attend Long Island Conservatory, New York, USA.