Posted: 28 May 10
Posted by: JM Dominican Rep.
Tags: The Jeunesses Musicales World Orchestra
, JM Dominican Rep.
, Dominican Republic
Jeunesses Musicales DOMINICAN REPUBLIC is pleased to announce the first ever Ibero-American Contest of Young Pianists in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic which has been declared 2010s American Capital of Culture!
The first of its kind, this multi-cultural event will take place in November 2010 and will focus on nurturing young, talented pianists throughout America and Spain who are committed to achieving a place in the field of international art.
The event, dedicated to the eminent Professor Ramon Diaz, is collaboration between the Dina Music Education centre, the Piano Foundation, the National Theatre and the Eduardo Brito Youth Symphony Orchestra Foundation.
• Bonding cultures, ethnicities and encouraging dialogue among young people through the language of music.
• To reaffirm the connection of the Americas and Spain, a country that gave us our language and traditions.
• Strengthen young pianists in their cultural identity, through the implementation the piano repertoire when they experience different rhythms and foreign lyrics.
• Propagating the music of Dominican artists, both nationally and internationally, and encouraging artistic creation and interpretation.
• First Heat: Interpretation of a classical work from the following:
o A Prelude and Fugue in a well-tempered key from Bach’s lebretto I and II.
o A Sonata from the Classical period from one of the following artists - Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven
o A study of technical virtuosity from: Chopin, Liszt, Rachmaninov, Scriabin, Prokofiev, Debussy, Stravinsky.
• Second Heat:
o Two Latin American pieces (one must be by a Dominican composer)
o Two Spanish pieces by a composer from any period
For the Dominican work can choose from:
Rafael Landestoy (Bullumba) Fantasy the Pale
If you choose other, should be two works from:
Juan Francisco García Sambumbia
Manuel Simó Illuminations
Margarita Luna Miniatures (At least 3 works way suite)
Luis Rivera (Minimum five works way suite)
Entrant must not be older than 28
The form must be accompanied by:
-Birth certificate (certified for foreign students)
"A 2x2 photo.
- Registration form correctly filled out.
-Certification by the institution to which the student belongs or
Professor (a) endorsing particular their participation in the competition.
- Five sets of bound copies of the works presented.
- Payment of registration fee of $75 USD for foreign students RD $1,500 for Dominican students
Letter of authorization from the school, university or private tutor.
The forms should be sent to study Music Education Dina no later than 30 August 2010.
WARNING: Incomplete forms will not be accepted
First place - U.S. $ 5,000 - Gold Medal - Certificate
Second Place - U.S. $ 3,000 - Silver Medal - Certificate
Third place - U.S. $ 1,500 - Bronze Medal - Certificate
Dominican Work Certificate U.S. $ 500
The award ceremony will take place on Saturday 13 November at 8pm in the National Theatre.
Professor Martha Marchena (USA) Chairman
Professor Ramón Díaz (Dominican Rep.)
Professor José Ramos Santana (Puerto Rico)
Professor Maria de Fátima Geraldes (Rep. Dominicana)
Professor Angel Uleri (USA, RD)
ORGA host COMMITTEE:
Professor Ivan Dominguez President
Professor Farida CEO Study Dina Dina
Ms. Rhina Ibert Public Relations
FOR A FULL LIST OF REQUIREMENTS AND ADDITIONAL CONTACT INFO PLEASE ADDRESS ALL QUERIES TO:
Dina Study of Music Education
Ramon Santana 13 Gazcue
Santo Domingo, D. .
809 689 6385 809 412 0377