Czech Radio – Concertino Praga
Concert of laureates: 09.06. 2019
South Bohemian Festival: 10.06. – 16.06. 2019
Participation in the competition is limited by age. For 2019, the competition is open to musicians who were born in 2002 or later.
The musicians take part in the international competition through professional audio recordings.
Competitors from abroad may enter the competition via the members of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), the International Music Council (IMC) and the European Music Council (EMC).
The recordings must be made in a studio or during a live performance in the period between 1st January and 15th December 2018 and must be live recordings without any editing in post.
The organization sponsoring the contestant will arrange the recording with a minimum total length of 20 minutes and a maximum of 30 minutes.
The recordings shall be judged by an international jury in the first quarter of 2019. The organizer shall inform the organizations about the results within 10 days after the international jury sessions. The results shall also be available on the competition’s website.
The laureates of the International Radio Competition Concertino Praga 2019 shall defend their titles by playing at a Gala concert in Rudolfinum (Prague) and at the South Bohemian Concertino Praga Festival in June 2019.
You can find the detailed information in Rules and conditions and in the competition´s Statute.
For more information please visit their FAQ page http://www.rozhlas.cz/concertino_english/faq/ or contact them by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: (+420) 221 551 509.
Czech Radio announces the 53rd edition of The International Radio Competition for Young Musicians Concertino Praga 2019 in following categories:
15th December 2018
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Violin: J. Suk: 4 Pieces for Violin and Piano, Op. 17 (II. Appassionato, IV. Burleska)
Cello: B. Martinů: Variations on the Slovak Theme
Piano: V. Novák: Reminiscences, Op. 6. (Inquietto)
Harp: J. B. Krumpholtz: Recueil de 12 Préludes et petits Airs Op. 2 for Harp (no. 6)
The jury awards first and second prizes. The overall prizewinner is awarded financial reward in the amount of 1000 EUR. The prize winners perform at a Gala Concert in Prague and at the South Bohemian Concertino Praga Festival.