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How to Prepare for a Piano Competition – an Interview with Mariam Batsashvili

Soon after the 10th International Franz Liszt Competition Utrecht, Piano Street’s guest writer Alexander Buskermolen spoke to its most recent winner: the Georgian 21 year old pianist Mariam Batsashvili. The main theme for this interview with the first female winner of this particular competition in The Netherlands: how to prepare for a competition and what happens if you win? Mariam Batsashvili should know. Read more >>

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sunnyset
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« on: August 10, 2012, 02:33:50 PM »

Now you can apply to the First of the Young  Soloist Piano competition, Gothenburg in Sweden.
Age limit: 24 years old
The competition will take place in the University of Music/Artisten on the 15th of September 2012 in Gothenburg, Sweden.

The winner will perform one or several movements of the following concertos on the evening concert on the 4th of October 2012 with the Göteborg Wind Orchestra:

E. Grieg Pianokonsert a-moll

Gershwin: Rhapsody in blue

Erland von Koch: Piano concerto no. 3

Lendvay: Concertino for piano solo

Janacek: Capriccio för piano (left hand)

Application form wil be stated on the website: www.goteborgspianofestival.com
or you can send us an e-mail info@goteborgspianofestival.com with your contact no, teacher name, repertoire list (for the competition you have to play one solo piece of your own choice and one mvt of the concerto) and a CD or DVD recording.

Warm welcome to Gothenburg, Sweden!
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« Reply #1 on: August 10, 2012, 05:52:54 PM »

Why did you tell this late, and why so few concertos... and why so unknown concertos, us so short time? :/
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