4. International Classical Guitar Composers Competition Rust 2021Start of composer‘s competition: 1st September 2020 (00:00 MEZ)Deadline for submissions: 30th June 2021 (23:59 MEZ)Announcement:• Top 10: to be released at 2021-08-01• Winner: will be published at 2021-09-01 • Performance of the winning composition at International Gitarrenfestival Rust 2021 (planned at Musikverein in Vienna) with Diana & Gabriel GuillénTopic:
Composition of concert piece for a classical guitarduo (6 strings) a length of 5 minutes. Tolerances of the performance duration of 1 minute are permitted!The composer should create an unique, contemporary work that exceeds the boundaries of the usual genre.Prizes:Gewinner € 1.500,00 (EURO one thousend & five hundered)•The winner of the first prize will be invited to participate as a juror of the guitar competition and the composition competition of the International Guitar Festival Rust 2021.•Performance of the winner's composition at the final concert of the International Guitar Festival Rust 2021 by Diana & Gabriel Guillén (planned at Musikverein in Vienna).•Professional audio and video recordings of this performance by studio.v4m.net•All participants and jury members receive an e-book (PDF) with all contributionsRegistration•The competition is open to composers of all ages and nationalities.•The pieces must be composed for a 6-string classical guitarduo without any additive technology.•The compositions must be send separately by email to the address firstname.lastname@example.org format PDF. Also an audio performance must be added to each post. This can be performed either by a human player or by a composition program. Recording format: MP3.•The pages of the composition must be numbered and the title of the work must appear on each page. The name of the composer, on the other hand, may not appear on any side of the composition or the MP3 file! .•Multiple submissions are allowed, but must be sent in separate emails. The entry fee must be paid separately for each submission!•The fee for participation in the competition is € 75,00 (Euros seventyfive) for each contribution. Important: Registration for the competition will be accepted as soon as we have received the fee! The participation fee(s) must be submitted as follows: PayPalAddress: email@example.comSubject: CompRust2021_Prename_Surname Any transfer costs must be borne by the participant. The participation fee - for whatever reason - will not be refunded.If you do not have a PayPal account, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease download the following PDF of the tender and study it thoroughly! - .
Gabriel GuillénAustria / Venezuela
The jury of the competition consists of well-known guitarists, composers and teachers from the world of classical guitar. Jovan Pesec is the chairman of the jury.The jury's decisions are irrevocable!
3rd International Composers Competition for classical guitar Rust 2019Start of the competition: 1. October 2018 (00:00 CET)Attantion!Deadline for the submission: 31. March 2019 (23:59 CET)Notice:• Top 10: published at 14th April 2019• Winners: published at 17th April 2019 (GFR 2019 final concert)Subject: Composition of a piece for classical solo guitar (6 strings) with a length between 2 and 4 minutes, which can be described as an English Waltz.
The Slow Waltz, also known as English Waltz is a social and tournament dance in a ¾ time signature. The Slow Waltz is one of the classic standard dances and is usually danced at a tempo of about 30 bars per minute. The composers should create an individual, contemporary work which exceeds the limits of the usual genre, taking into account the character and the playability of the English Waltz!2017 World Open Standard Copenhagen | The Final Reel | DanceSport TotalInspiration2015 English Waltz | InterDance OlympPrizes:Winner € 1.000,00 (EURO thausend)•The winner of the first prize will be invited as juror to the GuitarCompetition and the ComposersCompetition of the International Guitarfestival Rust 2020•A performance of the winning composition at the Guitar Festival Rust 2020•Professional audio and video recording of this performance•All competitors will receive an e-book with all submissionsRegistration•The competition is open to all composers of all ages and nationalities!•The pieces must be for a 6-string classical guitar, solo, without any kind of additive technology.•The scores have to be sent separately via email to the address email@example.com. Score format PDF. Also a performance must be added to each submission. This can be performed either by a human player or a composition program. Recording format: MP3. The pages of the scores must be numbered and the title of the work must appear on each page. The competitors name may not appear on any page of the work or the MP3-file.•The registration fee for the competition is € 55,00 (fiftyfive euros) for every contribution. Important: Registration for the competition is done as soon we get the registration fee! The registration fee(s) must be sent via PayPalAddress: firstname.lastname@example.orgSubject: CompRust2019_Prename_Surname Any transfer costs are to be taken by the participant. The registration fee - whatever the reasons - will not be refunded.If you do not have a PayPal account, please send an email to email@example.comPlease download the full tender of the competition below - .
Gabriel GuillénAustria / Venezoela
The jury of the competition consists of renowned guitarists, composers and educators from the world of classical guitar. The jury is chaired by Jovan Pesec.The decisions of the jury are irrevocable!
Who ist the musician behind the mosaic?Andrés Segovia? Konrad Ragossnig? Gabriel Guillén?
We received 22 contributions from Australia, Italy, GB, Greece, USA, Chile, China, Germany, Austria, Colombia, Ireland, Columbia, Mexico, Portugal and South Africa. The winners (1st, 2nd and 3rd place) will be announced at 17 April, the day of the final concert of the International Guitar Festival Rust. We thank the composers for the submission of the numerous wonderful compositions.
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