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Hannover International Violin Competition

Rules and Regulations 2003
These are the general Rules and Regulations of the Hannover International Violin Competition. The complete application materials may be ordered by e-mail or downloaded at this site beginning November 2002.

The 2003 Competition is open to violinists of all nationalities born between 18 October 1976 and 3 November 1987. The 35 participants in the 2003 competition will be chosen by a Nominations Jury on the basis of the application materials submitted.

1. Formal application must be filed in writing to the following address:

Stiftung Niedersachsen
Hannover International Violin Competition
Sophienstrasse 2 - Kuenstlerhaus
D-30159 Hannover

Deadline for the receipt of applications is 1 June 2003.

2. In addition to the application form, the following must be enclosed:

birth certification or similar official document furnishing proof of date and place of birth
3 passport pictures, signed on the reverse
one black and white glossy photograph (at least 9 x 12 cm)
a curriculum vitæ
two letters of recommendation, written especially for the 2003 Hannover International Violin Competition by
the current or most recent teacher
a musician of acknowledged international standing
a high-quality recording (CD or DAT; MusiCassettes will not be accepted!) of the applicant playing the following works from the competition program (cf. »Repertoire«):
from the selected work by J. S. Bach (Preliminary Round/First Session)
BWV 1001 3rd and 4th movement
BWV 1002 Sarabande & Tempo de Borea (with Doubles)
BWV 1003 3rd & 4th movement
BWV 1004 3rd & 4th movement
BWV 1005 3rd & 4th movement
BWV 1006 Preludio & Loure
one of the selected capriccios (Preliminary Round/First Session)
the first movement of the violin concerto selected for the final round accompanied by piano.

All works must be recorded with no editing. The order and length of the chosen works must be noted on the recording certificate (to be found in the Competition brochure or downloaded from this website.) This document must be filled out by the recording engineer and must accompany the tape.

3. By signing the application, the applicant accepts the rules and regulations of the Competition and agrees to perform for no further fee at the Prize Winners’ Gala Concert on 18 October 2003.

In addition, she/he agrees to carry out the concert engagements which are part of the Competition Prizes.
A concert fee considered appropriate by the Competition organizer and the organization offering the engagement will be negotiated for these concerts in each individual case.

She/he agrees, if requested to do so, to perform a concert in Hannover without fee for the benefit of the Hannover International Violin Competition to be held in 2006. Expenses will be covered by the Foundation of Lower Saxony.

4. The applicants who have been selected as competitors will be notified on 15 July 2003. All applicants will be informed of selection or rejection. The competitors must confirm their intention to participate by transferring a registration fee of 100 ? by 20 August 2003 to the Competition bank account.

5. Each competitor must register personally at the Competition office in Hannover on 3 October 2003.

6. The Competition authorities retain the right to reject any application which does not conform in its entirety to the Competition regulations.

The Competition consists of five sections: the two sessions of the preliminary round, the two sessions of the semi-final round and the final round. All rounds are open to the public. The competitors will not be interrupted during their performance.

2003 Repertoire
Preliminary Round
5 - 10 October, all candidates
First Session
1. Johann Sebastian Bach
One of the sonatas or partitas for solo violin
BWV 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1005 or 1006

2. Niccolò Paganini
One capriccio

3. A second Capriccio by
Niccolò Paganini
Henryk Wieniawski

4. Joseph Joachim
Romanze op. 2, Nr. 1
(Breitkopf & Härtel, Wiesbaden)

(The first session program may be shortened.)

Second Session
1. Ludwig van Beethoven
One of the following sonatas for violin and piano:
D Major, op. 12 No. 1
A Major, op. 12 No. 2
E Flat Major, op. 12 No. 3
A Minor, op. 23
F Major, op. 24
A Major, op. 30 No. 1
C Minor, op. 30 No. 2
G Major, op. 30 No. 3
G Major, op. 96

Franz Schubert
A Major, op. posth. 162, D 574
B Minor, op. 70, D 890
C Major, op.posth. 159, D 934

2. One complete work of your choice for solo violin or for violin and piano.

The length of this session is not to exceed 35 minutes.

Semi-final Round
11 - 14 October, 12 candidates
Morning Session
Each participant will present a recital which is to last no longer than 60 minutes. The repertoire will be chosen by the competitor. It must include a sonata for violin and piano as well as the work composed for the competition by Arvo Pärt (length: 8-10 minutes). Concertos for violin and orchestra are not permitted. Works played in the preliminary round may not be repeated here.

Evening Session
One of the following concertos für violin and orchestra:

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
No. 1 in B Major, KV 207
No. 2 in D Major, KV 211
No. 3 in G Major, KV 216
No. 4 in D Major, KV 218
No. 5 in A Major, KV 219

The competitors will perform with the Amadeus Chamber Orchestra conducted by Agnieszka Duczmal.

Final Round
16 - 17 October, 6 candidates
One of the following concertos for violin and orchestra:

Bartók: Violin Concerto No. 2
Beethoven: D Major, op. 61
Brahms: D Major, op. 77
Bruch: G Minor, op. 26
Dvorák: A Minor, op. 53
Lalo: D Minor, op. 21
Mendelssohn: E Minor, op. 64
Paganini:D Major, op. 6, No. 1
Prokofiev: D Major, op. 19
Prokofiev: G Minor, op. 63
Schostakovich: A Minor, op. 99
Schumann: D Minor (1853)
Sibelius: D Minor, op. 47
Stravinsky: Violin Concerto in D Major
Tchaikovsky: D Major, op. 35
The competitors will perform with the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra of Hannover conducted by Eiji Oue.

All works -- except the sonatas for violin and piano and the work by Arvo Pärt -- must be performed from memory.

The Dates in 2006
1 June 2006: Application deadline

15 July 2006: Notification of Competitors

7 August 2006: Distribution of commissioned work

29 September 2006: Registration in Hannover

1– 6 October 2006: Preliminary Round

7 – 10 October 2006: Semi-final Round

12 – 13 October 2006: Final Round

14 October 2006: Prize-Winners Gala

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