Concours internationaux de la Ville de Paris

Concours de harpe Lily Laskine 2011

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Lily Laskine Harp Competition

Rules 2011

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Bertile Fournier, creator of the Lily Laskine harp Competition in 1993 and president of the Association of Friends of Lily Laskine, died on April 27th of this year. The seventh Competition, which benefited from its invaluable advice during its preparation, will be completely dedicated to her.

Article 1

The 2011 Lily Laskine Harp Competition will take place in Paris from 16 to 23 October 2011, as part of the “Concours internationaux de la Ville de Paris”.

The “Concours internationaux de la Ville de Paris” are organised by the "Association pour la Création et la Diffusion Artistique" (ACDA).

Article 2

The Contest is open to harpists of all nationalities born after 16 October 1981. It also includes a Junior section open to candidates born after 16 October 1996.

Contestants are not allowed to compete in both categories.

The Competition Organisers alone are entitled to decide on the admission of contestants. The list of successful candidates shall be posted on our website on Monday, 21 June 2011.

Candidates will also receive individual notification by e-mail.

Article 3 – Application form

The applicants have to mail a full application to the Organisers by no later than Saturday, 21 May 2011 by post (date on postmark), enclosing the following documents:

Curriculum vitae, photocopy of identity card or passport and photo sent preferably by .

- application form, duly and legibly completed, dated and signed, including, among other things, the selected section.

- photocopy of identity card or passport, or other equivalent official document,

- CV in French or English (no more than two typed pages) detailing music schools attended, major teachers, prizes obtained and current professional status,

- two original references from recognized musicians, written for the purposes of this competition

- a recent colour photograph, minimum dimensions 3.5 x 4.5 cm, with mention of family name and first name at the back

- entry fee or proof of payment (article 4).

Given the hazards of postal mail, the applicant will send an to mention the mailing date of his application.

Article 4 - Administration Fee

The administration fee, non-refundable, is 40 € and must be sent at the same time as registration. Contestants must send the sum in full – no extra costs are to be charged to the Organisers.

Payment methods, with mention of the applicant’s name:

- French cheque, made payable in Euros to ACDA

- international bank transfer in Euros RIB [full bank details]

- cheque from a foreign bank, drawn on a French bank, made payable in Euros to ACDA

- international postal order, for the attention of ACDA in Euros

- cash in Euros

Article 5 - Participation Fee

The registration fee is 40 €, to be paid by the selected contestants at the same time as the draw, details of which shall follow at a later stage.

Article 6 - Accommodation

The Competition Organisers can arrange accommodation in university halls of residence (single or twin rooms) or with a family, for contestants living outside Paris and its vicinity. Contestants must request this on their registration form.

The Competition Organisers will pay accommodation costs during the Competition for contestants - living outside Paris and its vicinity - who successfully complete the first round for the period of the rounds in which they will have competed. They shall receive a daily allowance of 40 €.

Article 7 – Visa

Contestants requiring a visa to take part in the Competition are requested to organise this themselves. If a letter of invitation is required for visa purposes, competitors may request this from the Competition Organisers.

Article 8 - Programme
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First round

1. Carl Philip Emmanuel Bach : Sonate pour harpe en sol majeur WQ139 H 563 - Judy Loman' arrangement is recommended (Ut Orpheus Edizioni)

2. Henriette Renié, Danses des lutins (Ed. Salvi)

Second round

1. New piece by Ivan Fedele Suite Francese V, work composed for the Competition (about 8 minutes), commissioned by Musique nouvelle en liberté - Creation Concours Lily Laskine 2011.

The score will be sent to contestants on 30 June 2011.

2. A free programme from twenty five to thirty minutes of published works (or movements of works) for solo harp, except for works chosen for previous rounds.

Final round

François-Adrien Boïeldieu : Concerto pour harpe et orchestre en ut majeur op.82 (Ed. Ricordi)

JUNIOR COMPETITION

First round (behind closed doors)

1. Marcel Grandjany, either:

- Le bon petit roi d’Yvetot (Ed. Durand)
or
- Et ron et ron petit patapon
(Ed. Durand)

2. Free piece for solo harp (around 3-4 minutes)

Second round

1. Domenico Zipoli (transcription by Henriette Renié) : Sarabande et Gigue avec les premières reprises (Éditions Leduc - AL 20166)

2. Mikhaïl Glinka : Nocturne (Ed. Salvi)

3. New piece composed for the Competition by Emmanuel Oriol, Canta Grilhet.
The score will be sent to contestants on 15 June 2011.

Final round

Joseph Haydn, Concerto C major, for Piano (Cembalo) and Strings, C major Hob XVIII:5 (Editions Barenreiter)

For both sections, contestants may choose the order of works to be played.

Candidates wishing to change their order of repertoire must advise the Competition Organisers in writing by e-mail or by post not later than Friday, 30 September 2011.

Candidates will have to play the whole programme by heart, except for the new piece.

Article 9 - Drawing of lots

A draw to determine the order of play is to take place on Saturday, 15 October 2011. The Junior section’s draw is to take place on Wednesday 19 October. Contestants must attend the draw.

All rounds are open to the public, except for the first Junior round.

A second draw shall be held for the final round.

Article 10 – Harp

Salvi, partner of the contest will place harps at participants disposal.

Contestants are allowed to play their own instrument or all other instrument, wichever the trademark, under their own responsibility and at their own expense.

Article 11 – Rounds

The first two rounds will take place in the Conservatoire national de région de Paris-CRR, 14 rue de Madrid 75008 Paris.

The final round will take place on Saturday, 22 October 2011 in the Conservatoire National Supérieur d'Art Dramatique de Paris, with the participation of the Ensemble Orchestral de Paris.

A concert, at which certain of the prizewinners selected by the Jury, will participate will be held at the Conservatoire National Supérieur d'Art Dramatique de Paris, on Sunday 23 October 2, with 2011 the Ensemble Orchestral de Paris.

Article 12 – Jury

Following each round including the final round, the Jury members shall meet and make their decisions according to modalities previously known by each member of the Jury. In the event of a tie, the Jury Chairman holds the casting vote.

The Jury reserves the right not to award every prize.

The Grand Prix de la Ville de Paris and the second Prize as well as the First Junior Prize cannot be shared.

The Jury may award special honours.

The Jury may only award prizes to contestants who have reached the second round.

The Jury’s decision is final.

Article 13 – Prizes and prizewinner concert

Grand Prix de la Ville de Paris - The Salvi House will offer a Minerva Concert-Grand Harp to the winner.

The winner of the Grand Prix de la Ville de Paris will benefit from various engagements offered by:

The Association des Amis de Lily Laskine (Deauville)
The Festival de harpe en Avesnois

The
Festival de Gargilesse
The Festival Septembre Musical de l'Orne

Second Prize - Victor Salvi Fondation Prize: 7 000 €

Third Prize - “To the memory of Jean-Michel Fournier" offered by Penny and Aldo Osti: 4 000 €

Fourth Prize - Prize of the Association Lily Laskine : 3 000 €

Prize for the best performance of the new piece composed for the contest by Ivan Fedele offered by the Sacem : 2 000 €

First Junior Prize: a student harp offered by the Salvi House

Second Junior Prize offered by Calpers Hotels Group: 1 500 €

Third Junior Prize - Catherine and Philippe Huguet Prize: 500 €

The Association Jeunes Talents will propose an engagement to one of the winner of his choice for a concert in the Archives Nationales. A CD recording will be organized by the Association Jeunes Talents during this concert and this CD will be edited.

Prize-winners will be called upon for further performances. The Competition Organisers should not be held as responsible for troubles, which might crop up in the organization of these events.

Article 14 – Broadcasting

Contestants waive the right to remuneration from any recording, radio or television broadcast of competition rounds and prize-winner concerts.

Article 15

Participation in the competition implies contestants’ full acceptance of the Rules. In the event of a dispute, only the French language version of these Rules is binding.

 
    Informations

The applicants have to mail a full application to the Organisers by no later than Saturday, 21 May 2011 by post (date on postmark).

Curriculum vitae, photocopy of identity card or passport and photo sent preferably by .

Given the hazards of postal mail, the applicant will send an to mention the mailing date of his application.

Salvi House, partner of the contest will place harps at participants disposal.

 


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