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COMPETITION PROGRAMME

1st CATEGORY (competitors who have been playing an instrument for 2 years or less) – max. 10 minutes:
a) any composition of competitor’s choice – a slow tempo,
b) any composition of competitor’s choice – a fast tempo,
c) a piece of the origin country of competitor’s musical education.

2nd CATEGORY (competitors who have been playing an instrument for 4 years or less) – max. 15 minutes:
b) any composition of competitor’s choice – a slow tempo,
c) any composition of competitor’s choice – a virtuoso piece (according to competitor’s skills and years
of studying an instrument),
d) a piece of the origin country of competitor’s musical education.

3rd CATEGORY (competitors who have been playing an instrument for 6 years or less) – max. 20 minutes:
a) any composition of competitor’s choice – a slow tempo (a slow movement of sonata or concerto is allowed),
b) any etude (study) or capriccio,
c) a virtuoso piece,
d) a piece of the origin country of competitor’s musical education.

4th CATEGORY (competitors who have been playing an instrument for 8 years or less) – max. 35 minutes:
a) any piece of slow tempo (a slow movement of sonata or concerto is allowed),
b) any etude (study) or capriccio,
c) any virtuoso piece,
d) one concerto movement of competitor’s choice,
e) a piece of the origin country of competitor’s musical education.

5th CATEGORY (competitors who have been playing an instrument for 10 years or less) – max. 50 minutes in both Stages:
The First Stage
a) a piece of a slow tempo (a slow movement of sonata or concerto is allowed),
b) a piece of the origin country of competitor’s musical education,
c) any virtuoso piece of competitor’s choice.
The Second Stage
a) any etude (study) or capriccio,
b) J. S. Bach: one movement for solo instrument,
c) one concerto movement of competitor’s choice.

6th CATEGORY (competitors who have been playing an instrument for 13 years or less) – max. 60 minutes in both Stages:
The First Stage
a) a piece of a slow tempo (a slow movement of sonata or concerto is allowed),
b) a piece of the origin country of competitor’s musical education,
c) any virtuoso piece of competitor’s choice.
The Second Stage
a) two etudes (studies) or capriccios,
b) J. S. Bach: two movements for solo instrument or Ciaccona for solo violin,
c) one concerto movement of competitor’s choice.

7th CATEGORY (competitiors who have been playing an instrument for more than 13 years):
The First Stage
a) a piece of a slow tempo (a slow movement of sonata or concerto is allowed),
b) a piece of the origin country of competitor’s musical education,
c) any virtuoso piece of competitor’s choice,
d) J. S. Bach: two movements for solo instrument or Ciaccona for solo violin only.

The Second Stage
a) the whole concerto of competitor’s choice.

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