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2017年第7届美国西雅图国际钢琴比赛

发布时间:2017-05-12 23:30   来源:兰乔圣菲钢琴比赛   作者:兰乔宣传部  点击:


 
数十年来,西雅图的观众对音乐有极大的热情。每年,这所城市都见证了很多当地的音乐会,音乐节和比赛。西雅图国际钢琴比赛是两年一次的盛会,与其他的当地活动不同的是,该比赛同时邀请了当地和国际上的钢琴家们来这里欣赏选手的才能,并使当地的观众感受选手的热情和友谊,欣赏他们带来的这场视听盛宴。
西雅图国际钢琴比赛鼓励全世界所有年龄段的钢琴家在这里展示个人才华,他们可以自由选择曲目进行弹奏。我们鼓励民乐、柴科夫斯基作品、当代作品和亚洲作曲家的作品都可以在这里大放异彩。    
西雅图国际钢琴比赛分为7组:儿童组(9岁及以下),少年组(10-13岁),青少年组(14-18岁),业余组(A),业余组(B),学院组和专业组。
本次比赛除了钢琴独奏外,还有特约的独奏会,大师班,以及世界一流大师的表演。任何年龄,任何时间你都可以享受音乐的馈赠。西雅图国际钢琴比赛将在2017年9月29日-10月2日举行,我们欢迎有天赋的钢琴家,音乐爱好者,专业的音乐家,钢琴学生,专业钢琴家和业余钢琴家的积极参与。
第六届西雅图国际钢琴比赛地点是华盛顿州西雅图的贝纳罗亚音乐厅,我们将根据选手所提交的录音进行选拔,所有从初选中脱颖而出的参赛选手将有机会参加决赛,获奖者选手将会得到现金和非现金的奖励。
我们鼓励你参加西雅图国际钢琴比赛并且希望在9、10月能够看见你。祝你好运并且成功!
                   
                                                             西雅图国际钢琴比赛主席
 
比赛地点:美国,西雅图
 
比赛时间:2017年9月29日-2017年10月2日(共计4天)
 
报名截止时间:2017年5月15日
备注:
报名资料需要至少5-10个工作日通过国际快递到达境外组委会进行审核,建议选手提前15个工作日报送资料到中国华夏文化集团兰乔圣菲文化传播,以免延误
 
参赛要求:比赛无国籍限制,分为以下几组:
儿童组:9岁及以下(以2017年5月15日为界)
少年组:10-13岁(以2017年5月15日为界)
青少年组:14-18岁(以2017年5月15日为界)
业余组(A):19岁及以上(以2017年5月15日为界),非音乐专业或没有从事音乐职业的选手,且必须取得钢琴表演方面的学位;该组别无年龄上限。
业余组(B)19岁及以上(以2017年5月15日为界),非音乐专业或没有从事音乐职业的选手,且未取得音乐方面的学位;该组别无年龄上限。
学院组:选手在2016-2017学年必须进入大学或者音乐学院主修或辅修钢琴专业, 必须为大学本科或  者专科学生。进入研究生阶段学习的学生不得报名"学院组", 可以报名"专业组"。
专业组:至少取得音乐硕士学位或在专业的音乐机构工作,音乐老师,音乐家等都可以参加。
 
参赛曲目:

COMPETITION ROUNDS

The 2017 competition consists of two rounds for fully-competitive participants (all categories with the exception of Youth, ages 9 and under, as well as Amateur categories):
· a preliminary round based on submitted recordings (made anonymous to the listening committee)
· a final live competition round in Seattle, Washington between September 29 and  October 2, 2017, which will be open to the public
For semi-competitive participants in Youth, ages 9 and under, and Amateur categories, the competition consists of a single round:
· a single and final round based on submitted recordings (made anonymous to the listening committee)
· a final live debut recital appearance in Seattle, Washington on September 30, 2017, which will be open to the public (participant must attend and participate in order maintain eligibility of award status)
A description of each category, and its respective eligibility requirements and rules are listed hereafter. Changes from the 2015 rules are indicated by.

CATEGORY SPECIFICS

YOUTH, AGES 9 AND UNDER

The first and only round for this category consists of an audio recording submittal of the participant performing a piece(s) of his/her choice.
The recording need not be longer than 10 minutes in length.

YOUTH, AGES 10-13

The first of two rounds for this category consists of an audio recording submittal of the participant performing a piece(s) of his/her choice.
The recording need not be longer than 12 minutes in length.

YOUTH, AGES 14-18

The first of two rounds consists of a recording of the participant performing a piece(s) of his/her choice.
The recording need not be longer than 15 minutes in length.

AMATEUR (A)

The first and only round consists of a recording submittal of the participant performing a piece(s) of his/her choice.
The recording need not be longer than 20 minutes in length.

AMATEUR (B)

The first and only round consists of a recording submittal of the participant performing a piece(s) of his/her choice.
The recording need not be longer than 20 minutes in length.

COLLEGIATE

The first of two rounds consists of a recording of the participant performing a piece(s) of his/her choice.
The recording need not be longer than 20 minutes in length.

PROFESSIONAL

The first of two rounds consists of a recording submittal of the participant performing a piece(s) of his/her choice.
The recording need not be longer than 20 minutes in length.

COMPETITION FORMAT

The 2017 piano competition consists of two rounds*:
1. a preliminary round based on recordings submitted by the participant; and
2. a final live competition round in Seattle, Washington, between September 29 and October 2 2017.
The final round is open to the public and will be held at Benaroya Hall.
* Exception: Youth, Ages 9 and under, as well as Amateur categories; for these groups, the competition is considered ‘semi-competitive’, conducted solely from recordings submitted by the participant.

PRELIMINARY ROUND

REPERTOIRE

There are no program requirements of solo classical repertoire in any category, with the exception that no works requiring any sort of preparation or amplification of the piano will be admitted for either the preliminary or final round. No jazz, new age, free improvisation, or pop music of any kind is acceptable. Works performed must be complete movements (no cuts or excerpts allowed). Examples include the entire first movement of Beethoven’s “Waldstein” sonata, Op. 53 or all ten variations of Mozart’s entire set, “Unser dummer Pöbel meint”, K. 455. Miniatures, including etudes, scherzi, dances, and the like, may be chosen singly, completely, or among a subset of selected favorites and need not be presented entirely in their cyclic form. Portions of movements, such as only the prelude from a prelude and fugue by J. S. Bach, or the exposition section of a sonata by Mozart, are not acceptable. All works performed must be solo works. Chamber music, works for 4-hands/2-pianos, or concerti are also not admissible. Participants need not, and should not, include scores with preliminary round submissions or during the final round of the competition.

RECORDING PREPARATION

It is to the participant’s benefit to provide a recording of high quality. Recordings with too much background noise or distortion make it difficult for adjudicators to render a fair judgment of technical and artistic qualities. However, recordings need not be professionally edited. Audio recordings must be submitted electronically in a compressed DRM-free audio-only format, including .m4a or .mp3. No other digital formats are admissible.
After completing an electronic application, participants will be directed to an upload page where they may submit their electronic selections. Before going through the application process, participants must ensure that their audio is prepared. The SIPF requires that:
· each digital file is named respective of the track list submitted on the application form PRECEDED by TWO DIGITS corresponding to the performer’s desired play order (for example, “01 – Sonata in E-flat major, Op. 31, No. 3 (i. Allegro) – Beethoven”),
· the digital file has been completely scrubbed of data tags containing identification of the performer (note that movement and work titles in ID tags are admissible),
· encoded at a bitrate between 128 and 192 (often displayed as “kbps”) to ensure a balance of quality and portability, and,
· a maximum file size of 25 megabytes.
Note that failure to properly scrub the performer’s identity from the file, including spoken dialogue of any sort on the audio proper, or any digital identification of the performer within the filesystem or meta data tags may result in instant disqualification of the participant without notice or refund. The SIPF takes no responsibility or liability to review or sanitize recordings to ensure these adhere to the above guidelines and requirements.
The use of an acoustic piano is strongly urged during one’s recording session in preparation for admission into the 2017 Seattle International Piano Competition. The use of a digital piano or keyboard often results in a detrimental assessment during the adjudication process. Note also that providing more than the recommended music time allotment rarely results in a more favorable outcome.
Review all files carefully and completely so that they are free of flaws or other unanticipated issues. Participants should therefore retain copies of all materials sent to the SIPF Piano Competition, 2017. Recorded performances must be performed entirely from memory. Exception: Note that Amateur (B) participants are released from this requirement.
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评委组成:著名客座艺术家和著名教师参与评审;评委按参赛组别进行分组评审。
 
奖项设置:
业余组
金牌
出席公众活动
学院组:
一等奖:金牌,3000美元
二等奖:银牌,1500美元
三等奖:铜奖,100美元
专业组:
一等奖:金牌,3000美元
二等奖:银牌,1500美元
三等奖:铜牌,1000美元
儿童组:
金牌
出席公众活动
少年组:
一等奖:金牌,800美元
二等奖:银牌,400美元
三等奖:铜牌,250美元
青少年组:
一等奖:金牌,1000美元
二等奖:银牌,500美元
  三等奖:铜牌,300美元
 
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