Concerts

Quarrel Quartet       
1st Prize    
15.07.2009 Weimar, Sonderkonzert Weimarer Meisterkurse Recital 
18.-21.08.2009  Weimar, Hochschule für Musik  CD-Production 
31.10.2009  Alsfeld, Alsfeld-Musik-Art  Recital 
     
     
Leibniz Trio     
2nd Prize    
10.-15.08.2009  Leipzig, Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk  CD-Production 
14.11.2009  Alsfeld, Alsfeld-Musik-Art  Recital 
20.05.2010  Ballenstedt, Schlosstheater  Recital 
20.06.2010  Weimar, Lisztsalon Altenburg  Recital 
     
     
Matangi Quartett     
3rd Prize    
2009  Festival Musique d'Eté à Suzette/Frankreich  Recital 

Jury

Ulrich Beetz

Germany

Head of the Jury Violinist, Abegg Trio, Hochschule für Musik FRANZ LISZT Weimar

Brunhard Böhme

Germany Cellist, Hochschule für Musik FRANZ LISZT Weimar

Thüring Bräm

Switzerland Pianist, Composer, Conductor

Peter Cropper

Great Britain Violinist, Lindsay String Quartet, University of Sheffield

Avedis Kouyoumdjian

Austria Pianist, Head of the Joseph Haydn Institut für Kammermusik at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien

Péter Nagy

Hungary Pianist, Franz Liszt Akademie für Musk Budapest

Michael Oehme

Germany Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk (mdr FIGARO)

Christoph Richter

Germany Cellist, Heine Quartett, Folkwang Hochschule Essen

Josef Suk

Czech Republic Violinist, Suk Trio

Repertoire

The complete repertoire for the 5th International JOSEPH JOACHIM Chamber Music Competition 2008 consists of six original works by different composers:
  • two works composed before 1830
  • two works from the romantic period
  • one work composed between 1900 and 1950 (The string quartet by Claude Debussy is permitted in this section)
  • one work composed after 1950

First Round
a) one work composed before 1830
b) one work from the romantic period
Maximum length of the programme is 30 minutes.
The Jury will determine which movements are to be performed.


Semifinal
a) one work composed before 1830
b) one work from the romantic period
Note: Both works may not be repeated from the first round of the competition.
c) one work composed after 1950
Maximum length of the programme is 90 minutes.

Finale
a) one work composed before 1830 b) one work from the romantic period Note: Both works are identical to those performed in the first round of the competition. c) one work composed between 1900 and 1950

Maximum length of the programme is 90 minutes.

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