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Concours de lutherie Etienne Vatelot

Rules 2011 - Awards

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Article 14

14.1 – Contestants will accept to leave their instruments and bows at the disposal of the Organizing Committee until November 30th, 2011, for the exhibition organized by the Organizing Committee in November 2011, from 21st to 26th.

14.2 – Awarded instruments will be exhibited in the Musée de la Musique in January 2012, from 10th to 22nd. As part of a special event with the Musée de la musique (Cité de la musique) awarded instruments will be played on 8th January 2012.

Article 15

The Jury will be made up of internationally renowned instrument makers and bow makers. For instruments, professional musicians will be involved in judging the final round. The Jury's decisions will be final.

Jury members will not be allowed to enter the competition as contestants.

Article 16

The competition will award two prizes for each category of instrument.

• Violin category
- First Grand Prize of the City of Paris: 4 500 €
- Second Prize: 1 800 €

• Viola category
- First Grand Prize of the City of Paris: 4 500 €
- Second Prize: 1 800 €

• Cello category
- First Grand Prize of the City of Paris: 4 500 €
- Second Prize: 1 800 €

• Double bass category
- First Grand Prize of the City of Paris: 4 500 €
- Second Prize: 1 800 €

Article 17

In addition to the prizes mentioned in article 16, the Jury reserves the right to award additional special prizes or certificates of merit.

Article 18

Instruments that have been awarded the First Grand Prize of the City of Paris will be played by renowned musicians in a gala concert, on 23 November, 2011.

 

jury

LAURÉATS
jury and prizewinners - Competition 2004

 

 

    Awards

Etienne Vatelot


Joël Klepal, Grand Prix de la Ville de Paris- violin
with Christophe Girard during the prizewinners ceremony, 2004' Competition

Laurent Verney

Jean-Marc Phillips

Xavier Phillips

Serge Stam

Matsushita et Chistophe Girard

Peter Oxley


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