OSAKA International Competition Repertoire

Repertoire

Regional OSAKA International Competition Repertoire

 

PRELIMINARY SCREENING ROUND REPERTOIRE REQUIREMENTS

 

Video Audition: March 16-22, 2020

 

Submission of a DVD or video data containing a contestant’s performance is required.
A contestant’s performance which has been uploaded to YouTube or similar is acceptable. A complete link to the YouTube page should be provided on the application form.

 

1. High School Division (maximum 7 minutes)
 

  • A Fugue from J.S. Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier Book I or II, or an Etude by Chopin (Op.10, Op.25).

  • A Fugue or an Etude can be replaced by any movement from a Classical Sonata.

  • A piece chosen by the contestant. (including movements from a sonata or suite)
     

2. Collegiate Division (maximum 10 minutes)
 

  • A Prelude and Fugue from J.S. Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier Book I or II, or an Etude by Chopin, Debussy, Liszt, Prokofiev, Rachmaninoff or Scriabin.

  • A piece chosen by contestant. (including movements from a sonata or suite)
     

REGIONAL ROUND REPERTOIRE REQUIREMENTS

 

Live Audition: May 9, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia.

 

The repertoire from the Preliminary Round may also be used for the Regional Round.

1. High School Division (approximately 10 minutes)

 

  • Two contrasting pieces chosen by the contestant from (Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Impressions and Modern periods)
     

2. Collegiate Division (approximately 15 minutes)

 

  • Two or Three contrasting pieces chosen by the contestant from (Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Impressions and Modern periods)

FINAL ROUND REPERTOIRE REQUIREMENTS

Live Audition: To be determined, 2020 in Osaka, Japan.

1. High School Division (Length of the performance: 7 minutes)

 

  • One piece chosen by a contestant from any musical period. The repertoire piece must be different from the pieces for the preliminary round.
     

2. Collegiate Division (Length of the performance: 8 minutes)

 

  • One piece chosen by a contestant from any musical period.  The repertoire piece must be different from the pieces for the preliminary round.

3. Additional Notes

  • Repertoires for both divisions must be prepared and remain the same as listed on the application form for all rounds. However, the final round repertoire can be changed during the designated period.

  • Program may be slightly over or under the performance time limit. Programs over the time limit at any round of the competition may be cut short at the judge's discretion.

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