1Competition Objective

‘Macao Young Musicians Competition’ (CJMM, the Competition) seeks to promote the development of classical music and provide opportunities for young local musicians to gain valuable stage experience and enhance their performance abilities, as well as to encourage participants to discover their musical potential, help them explore professional development in music and possibly embark on a musical career.

2Notes on Borrowing Musical Instruments and Equipment

  1. A grand piano (A=442) and music stands are available at the competition venue. Application is not required for borrowing them;
  2. Piano pedal riser is available; please submit application to borrow during Online Registration;
  3. Participants must ensure that the borrowed musical instruments are in good shape without any damage after use. If there is any damage, destruction or loss of the borrowed instruments, the Organiser reserves the right to claim compensation from the Participants;
  4. Warm-up rooms are available for Participants; schedule of using the warm-up rooms will be announced by the Organiser according to performance order of competition.

3Competition Rules

  1. The order of performance will be determined by the Organiser through computer ballot, and Participants must perform according to the allocated order;
  2. Participants in the concerto category must perform with their accompanist(s). If the accompanist(s) is/are absent at the scheduled time of performance, the Participants will be deemed waiving the right to participate in the competition, and thus forbidden to perform;
  3. Rules on competition pieces and music scores:
    1. Participants and their accompanists are responsible for ensuring their use of legal copies of music scores; no photocopies should be used or brought onto the stage;
    2. Participants or accompanists using music scores downloaded online shall present a payment receipt in support of such scores are obtained legally;
    3. Participants must perform the pieces as specified on their registration forms;
    4. Participants must submit, at the time of application, one copy of their free choice pieces for Jury’s reference; the copies submitted will not be returned and will be destroyed by the Organiser after the competition;
    5. Participants are not permitted to compete in more than one category with the same free choice piece, or to perform free choice pieces they have used in previous Macao Young Musicians Competition;
    6. Participants in violation of the rules set in clause 3.1 to 3.5 will only be given a written assessment in lieu of a score, and thus cannot compete for any prizes;
    7. Participants should follow the music score to complete their performance within the time limit. If a Participant deviates from the notation (unless otherwise specified in the score), the Jury shall decide whether his or her overall score will be affected;
    8. Participants shall not play repeats or first time bars (or first endings) unless otherwise stated explicitly in the “set piece selection regulations”. Da Capo (D.C.) and Dal Segno (D.S.) should be played as instructed;
  4. The list of Jury will be released on 10th July. If any Participant is a relative, student, or business associate of any members of the Jury, he or she must notify the Organiser before the competition so that the Jury in question may not score him or her. The Organiser reserves the right to disqualify a Participant and strip him or her of any awarded prizes once discovering that the Participant concealed such relationship with a Jury;
  5. Jury may require a Participant to stop playing if they believe the performance up till the requested stop is sufficient in arriving a fair decision; on the contrary, Jury may ask a Participant to repeat the piece(s) if they are unable to assess his or her previous performance;
  6. Participants are prohibited to have any contact with Jury before the announcement of the competition results. Those in violation will be disqualified and their awarded prizes withdrawn;
  7. The Organiser reserves the right to arrange and change the competition venue(s) or schedule.

4Notes on Checking In

  1. Participants must check-in at the competition venue at the designated time by presenting the original copy of valid Macao Resident ID Cards to collect a badge for performance; Accompanists are required at the same time to produce copies of personal identification documents and collect a receive a badge for performance;
  2. Participants failing to obtain the badge for performance at the reception desk at the designated time will be regarded as ‘late’. Though permitted to perform, a late Participant will only be given a written assessment in lieu of a score, and thus cannot compete for any prizes;
  3. Participants who fail to appear on stage after their names called three times will be seen as withdrawn from competition and will not be allowed to perform on stage.

5Assessment Criteria

  1. Competition results are graded on a scale from 0 to 100 points;
  2. Juries will score based on the performing technique, interpretation, musicality, and artistic appeal of Participants;
  3. Competition results will be calculated according to the average of total scores by the Juries, rounded to two decimal places;
  4. Juries reserve the right to make final decision on all music-related issues. All scoring decisions made are final and Participants must respect and accept the those decisions.

6Score Card & Presentation of Prizes

  1. Score Cards will be distributed to Participants following the competition in each category; any Participant failing to receive a Score Card at the venue may collect it at IC Building with the presentation of his/her Macao Resident ID Card 10am to 7pm from 7th to 9th September (including lunch hour); unclaimed Score Cards will be destroyed after that date;
  2. All prize winners may collect awards and certificates at IC Building by presenting their Macao Resident ID Card in person, 10am to 7pm from 7th to 9th September (including lunch hour); unclaimed certificates will be destroyed after that date;
  3. Prize winners or representative of prize winner team should collect the prize in person. If an authorized person is collecting the prize on one’s behalf, a completed and signed authorization letter and personal statement is required during the collection. Details as below:

SoloEnsemble
Collect in person Present the recipient’s Macao Resident ID Card or its copy Present the representative’s Macao Resident ID Card or its copy
Collect by Authorized person 1. Present the winner’s or representative’s Macao Resident ID Card or its copy;
2. Present the authorized person’s identity document for registration;
3. Authorized Person Statement* (for Cash Award Collection);
4. Authorization Letter* (for Prize Collection).
* Forms for Authorized Person Statement and Authorization Letter are available for download on competition's website or collection at Cultural Affairs Bureau Building.

7Measures for Typhoon & Rainstorm

  1. If Typhoon Signal No.8 (or above) or Rainstorm Warning is issued during the competition, Organiser may reschedule or continue the competition according to actual circumstances; Participants shall decide to stay or not when the competition continues and hold responsibility of their own safety. There will not be a reschedule if the Participants decide not to stay;
  2. Organiser will announce the news via the website or SMS to mobile phone numbers provided by Participants upon registration.

Issuing Time

Measures

Rainstorm

After 06:30

Morning session cancelled

After 11:00

Afternoon session cancelled

After 16:00

Evening session cancelled

During the competition

The current session continues

Typhoon

or below

Competitions held as scheduled

or above

Any time

All session in the day cancelled

During the competition

Cancellation depending on the actual situation

When signal lowered to no. 3 from no. 8 or above

All session in the day cancelled


8Others

  1. By registering the competition, the Participants acknowledge and agree all the Rules and Regulations here promulgated;
  2. This Rules and Regulations are available in Chinese, Portuguese and English. The Chinese version shall prevail in case of any divergence;
  3. The Organiser reserves the right to modify published competition Rules & Regulations. Amendments to its content will be published at the Macao Young Musicians Competition website (www.icm.gov.mo/cjmm), and information announced online shall prevail.
  4. The Organiser reserves the rights of final decision and interpretation of these Rules and Regulation.

1Solo

LevelCompetition CategoriesCompulsory PiecesFree Choice Piece
List AList B
Solo
Elementary Solo Elementary Group A 1 Choose 1 from 3 --
Solo Elementary Group B 1 Choose 1 from 3 --
Piano Sonatina -- Choose 1 from 3 --
Macau Composers Piano Works (Elementary) 1 -- --
Intermediate Solo Intermediate Group A 1 Choose 1 from 3 --
Solo Intermediate Group B 1 Choose 1 from 3 --
20th Century Piano Works (Intermediate) -- Choose 1 from 3 --
Chinese Composers Piano Works (Intermediate) -- Choose 1 from 3 --
Macau Composers Piano Works (Intermediate) 1 -- --
Advanced Solo Advanced 1 Choose 1 from 3 1
Piano Sonata -- Choose 1 from 3 --
Piano Concerto -- -- 1
20th Century Piano Works (Advanced) -- Choose 1 from 3 --
Chinese Composers Piano Works (Advanced) -- Choose 1 from 3 --

2Ensemble

LevelCompetition CategoriesCompulsory PiecesFree Choice Piece
List AList B
Ensemble
Elementary Piano Four-hands (Elementary) -- Choose 1 from 2 --
Intermediate Piano Four-hands (Intermediate) -- Choose 1 from 2 --
Advanced Piano Four-hands (Advanced) -- Choose 1 from 2 --
All Levels Piano Chamber Music (Trio, Quartet or Quintet) -- -- 1

1Solo Elementary Group A

獨奏初級A組
Solo Elementar Grupo A
Solo Elementary Group A
兩首指定曲目:List A及List B(三選一首)
Duas peças obrigatórias: Lista A e Lista B (Escolher uma de três peças)
Two compulsory pieces: List A and List B (Choose one from three pieces)
作曲家
Compositor Composer
曲目
Peça Musical Musical Piece
書名
Livro Book
出版社
Editora Publisher
List AWolfgang Amadeus MozartAllegro in B-flat major, K. 3 ( without repeats)A Keyboard Anthology, First Series, Book IThe Associated Board of The Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM)
List B以下三首樂曲中選一首/ Escolher uma de três peças / Choose one from three pieces
aFranz SchubertGerman Dance in A major, from Three German Dances, D. 972 No. 3 (with repeat)
Short Romantic Pieces for Piano, Book I
Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM)
bEduard RohdeDance of the Dragonflies, Op. 76 No. 7
cCarl NielsenMarziale, from Piano Music for Young and Old, Op. 53 No. 7

2Solo Elementary Group B

獨奏初級B組
Solo Elementar Grupo B
Solo Elementary Group B
兩首指定曲目:List A及List B(三選一首)
Duas peças obrigatórias: Lista A e Lista B (Escolher uma de três peças)
Two compulsory pieces: List A and List B (Choose one from three pieces)
作曲家
Compositor Composer
曲目
Peça Musical Musical Piece
書名
Livro Book
出版社
Editora Publisher
List AJohann Sebastian BachInvention No.8 in F major, BWV 779Two-part InventionsAssociated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM)
或其他版本/ ou outra edição / or any other edition
List B以下三首樂曲中選一首/ Escolher uma de três peças / Choose one from three pieces
aCornelius GurlittSong, No. 1 from Miniatures, Op. 172
More Romantic Pieces for Piano, Book II
Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM)
bSamuil MaikaparPastorale, Op. 8 No. 3
cDmitry KabalevskyDance, from 30 Pieces for Children, Op. 27 No. 21

3Piano Sonatina

鋼琴小奏鳴曲
Piano Sonatina
Piano Sonatina
一首指定曲目:List B(三選一首)
Uma peça obrigatória: Lista B (Escolher uma de três peças)
One compulsory piece: List B (Choose one from three pieces)
作曲家
Compositor Composer
曲目
Peça Musical Musical Piece
書名
Livro Book
出版社
Editora Publisher
List B以下三首樂曲中選一首/ Escolher uma de três peças / Choose one from three pieces
aFriedrich KuhlauSonatina in G major, Op. 55 No. 2: 1stmovement ( without repeats)
Sonatina Album Vol. 1
Peters Edition或其他版本/ ou outra edição / or any other edition
bMuzio ClementiSonatina in C major, Op. 36 No. 3: 1stmovement ( without repeats)
cLudwig van BeethovenSonatina in F major (Kinsky/Hahn Anh.5/2): 1stmovement ( without repeats)Sonatina Album Vol. 2Peters Edition或其他版本/ ou outra edição / or any other edition

4Macau Composers Piano Works (Elementary)

澳門作曲家鋼琴作品 (初級組)
Obras de Piano de Compositores de Macau (Elementar)
Macau Composers Piano Works (Elementary)

一首指定曲目:List A
Uma peça obrigatória: Lista A
One compulsory piece: List A

作曲家
Compositor Composer
曲目
Peça Musical Musical Piece
書名
Livro Book
出版社
Editora Publisher
List A林樂培
Doming Lam
《讀書郎》,選自《民歌簡編七首》, 作品11第一首
School Boy from Seven Chinese Folk Songs for Young Pianists, Op.11 No.1
林樂培作品集(1)鋼琴篇
Collection of DomingLam’s works (1) PianoWorks
d’lam productions

5Solo Intermediate Group A

獨奏中級A組
Solo Intermédio Grupo A
Solo Intermediate Group A
兩首指定曲目:List A及List B(三選一首)
Duas peças obrigatórias: Lista A e Lista B (Escolher uma de três peças)
Two compulsory pieces: List A and List B (Choose one from three pieces)
作曲家
Compositor Composer
曲目
Peça Musical Musical Piece
書名
Livro Book
出版社
Editora Publisher
List AGeorge Frideric HandelAllegro in G major, from Suite No. 8 in G, HWV 441 No. 2 ( without repeats)A Keyboard Anthology, Third Series, Book IIIAssociated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM)
List B以下三首樂曲中選一首/ Escolher uma de três peças / Choose one from three pieces
aReinhold GlièreEsquisse, Op. 47 No. 4A Keyboard Anthology, Third Series, Book III
Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM)
bCésar FranckDanse Lente
A Romantic Sketchbook for Piano, Book IV
cMoritz MoszkowskiBagatelle, Op.94 No.7

6Solo Intermediate Group B

獨奏中級B組
Solo Intermédio Grupo B
Solo Intermediate Group B
兩首指定曲目:List A及List B(三選一首)
Duas peças obrigatórias: Lista A e Lista B (Escolher uma de três peças)
Two compulsory pieces: List A and List B (Choose one from three pieces)
作曲家
Compositor Composer
曲目
Peça Musical Musical Piece
書名
Livro Book
出版社
Editora Publisher
List AJohann Sebastian BachSinfonia No. 3 in D major, BWV 789Two & Three Part InventionsAssociated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM)
或其他版本/ ou outra edição / or any other edition
List B以下三首樂曲中選一首/ Escolher uma de três peças / Choose one from three pieces
aJohn FieldNocturne No. 13 in D minor, H. 59A Keyboard Anthology, Third Series, Book IVAssociated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM)
bFelix MendelssohnScherzo in E minor, Op. 16 No. 2A Keyboard Anthology, First Series, Book VAssociated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM)
cFrédéric ChopinMazurka in B-flat, Op. 17 No. 1 (with Da Capo)A Romantic Sketchbook for Piano, Book VAssociated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) or any edition of Chopin Mazurkas

720th Century Piano Works (Intermediate)

二十世紀鋼琴作品 (中級組)
Obras de Piano do Século XX (Intermédio)
20thCentury Piano Works (Intermediate)
一首指定曲目:List B(三選一首)
Uma peça obrigatória: Lista B (Escolher uma de três peças)
One compulsory piece: List B (Choose one from three pieces)
作曲家
Compositor Composer
曲目
Peça Musical Musical Piece
書名
Livro Book
出版社
Editora Publisher
List B以下三首樂曲中選一首/ Escolher uma de três peças / Choose one from three pieces
aAlan HaughtonNo.1 Baroque and Roll & No.2 Bread and Butter, from Rhythm and RagAlan Haughton More Rhythm and Rag (17 Pieces in Various Popular Styles)Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM)
bBéla BartókNo.140 Free Variations, from
Mikrokosmos
Mikrokosmos Vol.6, Sz.107Boosey & Hawkes
或其他版本/ ou outra edição / or any other edition
cDmitri ShostakovichPreludes No.1 in C major & No.2 in A minor, Op. 34, No. 1–2Shostakovich 24 Preludes Op.34Boosey & Hawkes
或其他版本/ ou outra edição / or any other edition

8Chinese Composers Piano Works (Intermediate)

中國作曲家鋼琴作品 (中級組)
Obras de Piano de Compositores Chineses (Intermédio)
Chinese Composers Piano Works (Intermediate)
一首指定曲目:List B(三選一首)
Uma peça obrigatória: Lista B (Escolher uma de três peças)
One compulsory piece: List B (Choose one from three pieces)
作曲家
Compositor Composer
曲目
Peça Musical Musical Piece
書名
Livro Book
出版社
Editora Publisher
List B以下三首樂曲中選一首/ Escolher uma de três peças / Choose one from three pieces
a陳培勳
Chen Pei-Xun
廣東小調《賣雜貨》
Guangdong Folk Tune The Street Peddler
中國鋼琴獨奏作品百年經典
第二卷
A Century of Piano Solo Works by Chinese Composers Vol. 2
上海音樂出版社SMPH
或其他版本/ ou outra edição / or any other edition
b黃虎威
Huang Huwei
《空谷回聲》及《弦子舞》,選自
《巴蜀之畫》
No.2 Echoes in the Valley & No.4 Dance to Xianzi Music from Pictures from Bashu
中國鋼琴獨奏作品百年經典
第三卷
A Century of Piano Solo Works by Chinese Composers Vol. 3
c王建中
Wang Jianzhong
《山歌》及《龍燈調》,選自《雲南
民歌》
No. 4 Mountain Song & No. 5 Dragon Lantern Tune, from Folk Songs from Yunnan

9Macau Composers Piano Works (Intermediate)

澳門作曲家鋼琴作品 (中級組)
Obras de Piano de Compositores de Macau (Intermédio)
Macau Composers Piano Works (Intermediate)
一首指定曲目:List A
Uma peça obrigatória: Lista A
One compulsory piece: List A
作曲家
Compositor Composer
曲目
Peça Musical Musical Piece
書名
Livro Book
出版社
Editora Publisher
List A區師達
Á ureo da Costa Nunes e Castro

《小妹妹舞曲》I及II

Danças da Siu Mui Mui I &II

Aurei Carmina天主教澳門教區
Diocese de Macau

10Solo Advanced Group A

獨奏高級組
Solo Avançado Grupo A
Solo Advanced Group A
兩首指定曲目:List A及List B(三選一首);一首自選樂曲。總時間不超過25分鐘。
Duas peças obrigatórias: Lista A e Lista B (Escolher uma de três peças); uma peça de escolha livre. Duração total no máximo de 25 minutos.
Two compulsory pieces: List A and List B (Choose one from three pieces); One free choice piece. Total duration is within 25 minutes.
作曲家
Compositor Composer
曲目
Peça Musical Musical Piece
書名
Livro Book
出版社
Editora Publisher
List AJohann Sebastian BachPrelude and Fugue in D minor, from Well-tempered Clavier Book 1, BWV 851Bach Well Tempered Clavier Book 1Henle或其他版本/ ou outra edição / or any other edition
List B以下三首樂曲中選一首/ Escolher uma de três peças / Choose one from three pieces
aFrédéric ChopinImpromptu No.1 in A-flat major, Op. 29Chopin ImpromptusHenle或其他版本/ ou outra edição / or any other edition
bFranz LisztSonetto 47 del Petrarca, from Années de pèlerinageII, S. 161Liszt Années de Pèlerinage 2ndYear ItalieEditio Musica Budapest或其他版本/ ou outra edição /or any other edition
cGabriel FauréBarcarolle No.6 in E-flat major, Op. 70Fauré BarcarollesInternational Music Company或其他版本/ ou outra edição / or any other edition
*選擇自選曲目時應考慮不同時期及風格之樂曲。
* Ao seleccionar a peça da escolha livre, os participantes deverão considerar uma peça do período e estílo diferentes da peça obrigatória. * Participates should consider own choice piece in different genre and style.

11Piano Sonata

鋼琴奏鳴曲
Piano Sonata
Piano Sonata
一首指定曲目:List B(三選一首)
Uma peça obrigatória: Lista B (Escolher uma de três peças)
One compulsory piece: List B (Choose one from three pieces)
作曲家
Compositor Composer
曲目
Peça Musical Musical Piece
書名
Livro Book
出版社
Editora Publisher
List B以下三首樂曲中選一首/ Escolher uma de três peças / Choose one from three pieces
aWolfgang Amadeus MozartSonata in D major, K. 284: 1stmovement ( without repeats)Mozart Sonatas Vol.1Henle或其他版本/ ou outra edição /or any other edition
bJoseph HaydnSonata in C major, Hob. XVI:50: 1stmovement ( without repeats)Haydn Sonatas Vol.3Henle或其他版本/ ou outra edição /or any other edition
cLudwig van BeethovenSonata in D major, Op.10 No.3: 1stmovement ( without repeats)Beethoven Sonatas Vol.1Henle或其他版本/ ou outra edição /or any other edition

12Piano Concerto

鋼琴協奏曲
Piano Concerto
Piano Concerto
自選一首鋼琴協奏曲作品之第一樂章,總時間不超過15分鐘。
Execução do primeiro andamento de um concerto para piano à sua escolha com a duração máxima de 15 minutos
The first movement from own choice piano concerto within 15 minutes.

1320th Century Piano Works (Advanced)

二十世紀鋼琴作品 (高級組)
Obras de Piano do Século XX (Avançado)
20th Century Piano Works (Advanced)
一首指定曲目:List B(三選一首)
Uma peça obrigatória: Lista B (Escolher uma de três peças)
One compulsory piece: List B (Choose one from three pieces)
作曲家
Compositor Composer
曲目
Peça Musical Musical Piece
書名
Livro Book
出版社
Editora Publisher
List B以下三首樂曲中選一首/ Escolher uma de três peças / Choose one from three pieces
aClaude DebussyLa Danse de Puck from Préludes Book 1 No.11Debussy Préludes Book 1United Music Publisher或其他版本/ ou outra edição /or any other edition
bAlexander ScriabinTwo Poèmes, Op. 32Scriabin Piano Works Vol.2Peters Edition或其他版本/ ou outra edição /or any other edition
cSamuel BarberNocturne, Op. 33Samuel Barber Complete Piano MusicG. Schirmer或其他版本/ ou outra edição /or any other edition

14Chinese Composers Piano Works (Advanced)

中國作曲家鋼琴作品 (高級組)
Obras de Piano de Compositores Chineses (Avançado)
Chinese Composers Piano Works (Advanced)
一首指定曲目:List B(三選一首)
Uma peça obrigatória: Lista B (Escolher uma de três peças)
One compulsory piece: List B (Choose one from three pieces)
作曲家
Compositor Composer
曲目
Peça Musical Musical Piece
書名
Livro Book
出版社
Editora Publisher
List B以下三首樂曲中選一首/ Escolher uma de três peças / Choose one from three pieces
a儲望華
Chu Wanghua
《在那遙遠的地方》,選自《中國民歌七首》
In That Faraway Land from Seven Chinese Folk Songs, No. 5
中國鋼琴獨奏作品百年經典
第五卷
A Century of Piano Solo Works by Chinese Composers Vol. 5
上海音樂出版社SMPH
或其他版本/ ou outra edição / or any other edition
b但昭義
Dan Zhaoyi
《思戀》
Longing for My Love
中國鋼琴獨奏作品百年經典
第六卷
A Century of Piano Solo Works by Chinese Composers Vol. 6
c崔世光
Cui Shiguang
《空山鳥語》,選自《劉天華即興曲三
首》第一首
Birds on the Hill, from Liu Tianhua Impromptus, No. 1

15Piano Four-hands (Elementary)

鋼琴四手聯彈 (初級組)
Piano a Quatro Mãos (Elementar)
Piano Four-hands (Elementary)
一首指定曲目:List B(二選一首)
Uma peça obrigatória: Lista B (Escolher uma de dois peças)
One compulsory piece: List B (Choose one from two pieces)
作曲家
Compositor Composer
曲目
Peça Musical Musical Piece
書名
Livro Book
出版社
Editora Publisher
List B以下三首樂曲中選一首/ Escolher uma de três peças / Choose one from three pieces
aCarl Maria von WeberSonatina in C major, from 6 Petites Pièces Faciles, Op. 3 No. 1
Classical Album - Piano, Four Hands Vol. 371
G. Schirmer或其他版本/ ou outra edição /or any other edition
bWolfgang Amadeus MozartSonata in B flat major, K. 358: Finale: Molto Presto ( without repeats)

16Piano Four-hands (Intermediate )

鋼琴四手聯彈 (中級組)
Piano a Quatro Mãos (Intermédio)
Piano Four-hands (Intermediate )
一首指定曲目:List B(二選一首)
Uma peça obrigatória: Lista B (Escolher uma de dois peças)
One compulsory piece: List B (Choose one from two pieces)
作曲家
Compositor Composer
曲目
Peça Musical Musical Piece
書名
Livro Book
出版社
Editora Publisher
List B以下三首樂曲中選一首/ Escolher uma de três peças / Choose one from three pieces
aReinhold GlièreEtude, Op. 48 No. 5
Eighteen Original Piano Duets Vol. 1764
G. Schirmer或其他版本/ ou outra edição /or any other edition
bSergei RachmaninoffRussian Song, Op. 11 No. 3

17Piano Four-hands (Advanced)

鋼琴四手聯彈(高級組)
Piano a Quatro Mãos (Avançado)
Piano Four-hands (Advanced)
一首指定曲目:List B(二選一首)
Uma peça obrigatória: Lista B (Escolher uma de dois peças) One compulsory piece: List B (Choose one from two pieces)
作曲家
Compositor Composer
曲目
Peça Musical Musical Piece
書名
Livro Book
出版社
Editora Publisher
List B以下三首樂曲中選一首/ Escolher uma de três peças / Choose one from three pieces
aFranz SchubertNo.1 from Two Characteristic Marches, Op. 121, D. 968b (D. 886) (Without repeats but with Da Capo)Franz Schubert Selected Piano Works for Four HandsDover或其他版本/ ou outra edição /or any other edition
bJohannes BrahmsHungarian Dance No.1 in G minor (without repeats)Brahms Hungarian Dance for Piano DuetInternational Music Company或其他版本/ ou outra edição /or any other edition

18Piano Chamber Music (Trio, Quartet or Quintet)

鋼琴室內樂 (三、四、五重奏)
Música de Câmara com Piano (Trio, Quarteto ou Quinteto)
Piano Chamber Music (Trio, Quartet or Quintet)
自選曲目一首,總時間不超過15分鐘。
Execução duma peça de escolha livre com a duração máxima de 15 minutos
One free choice piece within 15 minutes.

1Fan Chiang Yi

At the age of 14, Fan Chiang Yi won top prize in the Carl Filtsch International Piano Competition in Romania, from when he began to showcase his talent on the international stage, joining competitions such as the International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition, in Warsaw; the Queen Elisabeth Piano Competition, in Belgium; the Long-Thibaud Piano Competition, in Paris; the Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition, in Israel; and the Sviatoslav Richter International Piano Competition, in Moscow. Fan Chiang has received some thirty international awards and honours presented by various music associations and governments all over the world.

Fan Chiang Yi received a dual Master’s Degree in performance and education and a PhD during his 16-year residence in Germany. He was admitted to Germany’s most renowned institution, the Hanover University of Music, at the age of 17, where he majored in performance and education; at 23, he was admitted to the Europe’s highest degree ‘Soloklasse’ (PhD) in Hanover, the youngest person to be accepted since the establishment of the academy. At 26, prior to his graduation with a PhD, he received the position of piano professor in Germany’s Hanover University of Music, becoming the youngest teacher there.

Fan Chiang has extensive experiences in performing, staging in the National Concert Hall in Taiwan at the age of 16. Since then, he has been invited to perform in various Asian and Western countries; in addition to regular concert tours in Taiwan and overseas, he often performs with the symphonic bands in Taiwan, including the National Symphony Orchestra, Taipei Symphony Orchestra, Evergreen Symphony Orchestra, Taipei Philharmonic Orchestra, Purely Professional Orchestra, Philharmonia Moments Musicaux, Taipei Chinese Orchestra, Chiuko Traditional Orchestra, String Ensemble of the Taipei National University of the Arts, and the Wind Band of the National Taiwan University of the Arts.

Fan Chiang was invited to be a jury member of the 19th Ibiza International Piano Competition in Spain, and the piano competitions held in the Shanghai International Piano Festival & Institute. He has been the professor of piano at the Taipei National University of the Arts since 2012, advisory professor in the Shanghai International Piano Festival & Institute, an instructor of the MA and PhD piano programmes at the National Music Academy in Trossingen, Germany since 2008, and a piano instructor of the Hanover University of Music, in Germany, since 2007.

2Fan Chiang Yi

At the age of 14, Fan Chiang Yi won top prize in the Carl Filtsch International Piano Competition in Romania, from when he began to showcase his talent on the international stage, joining competitions such as the International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition, in Warsaw; the Queen Elisabeth Piano Competition, in Belgium; the Long-Thibaud Piano Competition, in Paris; the Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition, in Israel; and the Sviatoslav Richter International Piano Competition, in Moscow. Fan Chiang has received some thirty international awards and honours presented by various music associations and governments all over the world.

Fan Chiang Yi received a dual Master’s Degree in performance and education and a PhD during his 16-year residence in Germany. He was admitted to Germany’s most renowned institution, the Hanover University of Music, at the age of 17, where he majored in performance and education; at 23, he was admitted to the Europe’s highest degree ‘Soloklasse’ (PhD) in Hanover, the youngest person to be accepted since the establishment of the academy. At 26, prior to his graduation with a PhD, he received the position of piano professor in Germany’s Hanover University of Music, becoming the youngest teacher there.

Fan Chiang has extensive experiences in performing, staging in the National Concert Hall in Taiwan at the age of 16. Since then, he has been invited to perform in various Asian and Western countries; in addition to regular concert tours in Taiwan and overseas, he often performs with the symphonic bands in Taiwan, including the National Symphony Orchestra, Taipei Symphony Orchestra, Evergreen Symphony Orchestra, Taipei Philharmonic Orchestra, Purely Professional Orchestra, Philharmonia Moments Musicaux, Taipei Chinese Orchestra, Chiuko Traditional Orchestra, String Ensemble of the Taipei National University of the Arts, and the Wind Band of the National Taiwan University of the Arts.

Fan Chiang was invited to be a jury member of the 19th Ibiza International Piano Competition in Spain, and the piano competitions held in the Shanghai International Piano Festival & Institute. He has been the professor of piano at the Taipei National University of the Arts since 2012, advisory professor in the Shanghai International Piano Festival & Institute, an instructor of the MA and PhD piano programmes at the National Music Academy in Trossingen, Germany since 2008, and a piano instructor of the Hanover University of Music, in Germany, since 2007.

3Gabriel Kwok

Gabriel Kwok was born in Hong Kong and studied at the Royal Academy of Music with Guy Jonson and later with Louis Kentner in London. He has been Head of Keyboard Studies at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts since 1989. A Fellow of the Royal Academy of Music in London, he is Visiting Professor at the Shenzhen Arts School, Xian Conservatory of Music, Xinghai Conservatory of Music, Wuhan Conservatory of Music and China Conservatory of Music in China. He has served on the faculty of the Cliburn Piano Institute (USA), International Institute for Young Musicians (USA), Colburn Academy Festival (USA), Art of the Piano (USA), Chetham’s International Piano Summer School (UK), Music Fest Perugia (Italy), Beijing International Music Festival and Academy (China), Beijing International Piano Festival (China), Guangzhou Piano Masterclasses (China), Shanghai International Piano Festival (China), Singapore International Piano Institute, Asia International Piano Academy and Festival (Korea), Kyungsung International Piano Academy (Korea) and Tel-Hai International Piano Master Classes (Israel).

He has given masterclasses at the Central Conservatory of Music (Beijing), Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Royal Academy of Music (London), Royal College of Music (London), Royal Northern College of Music, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Hannover Hochschule für Musik und Theater, Rotterdam Conservatorium, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Queensland Conservatorium of Music, University of Auckland, University of British Columbia, Carnegie Mellon University, Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, Eastman School of Music, University of Kansas, Northwestern University, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Peabody Institute, Roosevelt University, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Temple University, Texas Christian University and The Yale School of Music as well as classes in Taiwan, Singapore, Japan, Korea and Portugal.

Gabriel Kwok has been a jury member of many international competitions including the Asia Mozart Bicentenary, Rome, Vianna da Motta, Gina Bachauer, Hong Kong, China, Missouri Southern, Hilton Head, Minnesota “International Piano-e”, Darmstadt Chopin, Japan PTNA, Rio de Janeiro BNDES, Singapore Chopin, James Mottram, Asia Chopin and China Shenzhen International Piano Concerto Competition.

He was an Artist-in-Residence for Radio Television Hong Kong. He has collaborated with many distinguished artists in concerts, among whom were Pierre Amoyal, Alexander Ballie, Siegfried Behrend, Alan Civil, Eugene Fodor, Lu Siqing, Albert Markov, Yuri Mazurkevich, Clarence Myerscough, Roberta Peters, Qian Zhou, Jean-Pierre Rampal, Jenny Ren, Aaron Rosand, Nathaniel Rosen, Rohan de Saram, Hansjoerg Schellenberger, Jeffrey Solow, Leon Spierer, Richard Stolzman, Wang Jian and Xue Wei. In 2014, Professor Kwok was awarded Medal of Honour from the Hong Kong Government for his contribution to piano education in Hong Kong.

4Jackson Leung

Dr. Jackson Leung, Professor of Music, is Coordinator of Keyboard Studies and Director of the Chamber Orchestra at Wright State University. He is the recipient of the 2010 Robert J. Kegerreis Distinguished Professor of Teaching Award at WSU, 2011 Southwest Ohio Council for Higher Education Award for Excellence in Teaching, and “Excellence in Piano Teaching” Award at the 2014 Carmel International Piano Competition. Dr. Leung was the first-prize winner in the Missouri Southern International Piano Competition, the second-prize winner in the Young Keyboard Artists Association International Piano Competition, and the “Albert Roussel” Prize at the École Normale de Musique, Paris, the “Conductor of Exceptional Merit” Award at the International Repertoire Workshop for Orchestral Conductors in the Czech Republic, and "Outstanding Conductor" Award at Bacau, Romania.

As a pianist, Leung has performed as a soloist and in duo recitals and concerto appearances with his wife, Dr. Benita Tse-Leung, Leung throughout the U.S. and abroad, including the UK, France, Spain, Japan, Canada, Bermuda, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Macau, and numerous other cities in mainland China. The Leung-Tse duo was awarded first prize in the Duo Division at the Ohio Music Teachers Association Graves Competition in Columbus in 1996 and 1998. Their CD, entitled “Danzas,” was released in the summer of 2001. As a teacher, he has produced student winners at numerous state, regional, national, and international competitions.

As a conductor, he has been featured as guest conductor with the Pan Asia Symphony Orchestra, Hrádec Králove Philharmonic Orchestra, Bohuslav Martinů Philharmonic Orchestra, the Westsächsisches Symphonieorchester, Bourgas State Philharmonic Orchestra, the Macao Orchestra, Macau Youth Symphony, the Hong Kong Children’s Symphony Orchestra, and the Seven Hills Sinfonietta. A CD recording of Leung and the Bohuslav Martinů Philharmonic Orchestra, selections from the CD have since received numerous broadcasts on WGUC, Cincinnati, and WDPR, Dayton.

A sought-after adjudicator, Leung has judged numerous competitions including the World Piano Pedagogy Conference Competition, Music Teachers National Association Regional Auditions, World Piano International Competition in Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music Piano Scholarship and Concerto Competitions (annually), Miami University Young Artist Competition, Columbus Symphony Orchestra and Blue Ash Symphony Concerto Competitions (annually), Chamber Music Yellow Springs, Macau-Asia Pacific Piano Competition, Hong Kong Schools Music Festival, Macao Youth Music Competition, among others. Leung has written articles for various music journals and periodicals. He has also presented papers and workshops at international, nationals, and regional conferences.

5Jackson Leung

Dr. Jackson Leung, Professor of Music, is Coordinator of Keyboard Studies and Director of the Chamber Orchestra at Wright State University. He is the recipient of the 2010 Robert J. Kegerreis Distinguished Professor of Teaching Award at WSU, 2011 Southwest Ohio Council for Higher Education Award for Excellence in Teaching, and “Excellence in Piano Teaching” Award at the 2014 Carmel International Piano Competition. Dr. Leung was the first-prize winner in the Missouri Southern International Piano Competition, the second-prize winner in the Young Keyboard Artists Association International Piano Competition, and the “Albert Roussel” Prize at the École Normale de Musique, Paris, the “Conductor of Exceptional Merit” Award at the International Repertoire Workshop for Orchestral Conductors in the Czech Republic, and "Outstanding Conductor" Award at Bacau, Romania.

As a pianist, Leung has performed as a soloist and in duo recitals and concerto appearances with his wife, Dr. Benita Tse-Leung, Leung throughout the U.S. and abroad, including the UK, France, Spain, Japan, Canada, Bermuda, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Macau, and numerous other cities in mainland China. The Leung-Tse duo was awarded first prize in the Duo Division at the Ohio Music Teachers Association Graves Competition in Columbus in 1996 and 1998. Their CD, entitled “Danzas,” was released in the summer of 2001. As a teacher, he has produced student winners at numerous state, regional, national, and international competitions.

As a conductor, he has been featured as guest conductor with the Pan Asia Symphony Orchestra, Hrádec Králove Philharmonic Orchestra, Bohuslav Martinů Philharmonic Orchestra, the Westsächsisches Symphonieorchester, Bourgas State Philharmonic Orchestra, the Macao Orchestra, Macau Youth Symphony, the Hong Kong Children’s Symphony Orchestra, and the Seven Hills Sinfonietta. A CD recording of Leung and the Bohuslav Martinů Philharmonic Orchestra, selections from the CD have since received numerous broadcasts on WGUC, Cincinnati, and WDPR, Dayton.

A sought-after adjudicator, Leung has judged numerous competitions including the World Piano Pedagogy Conference Competition, Music Teachers National Association Regional Auditions, World Piano International Competition in Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music Piano Scholarship and Concerto Competitions (annually), Miami University Young Artist Competition, Columbus Symphony Orchestra and Blue Ash Symphony Concerto Competitions (annually), Chamber Music Yellow Springs, Macau-Asia Pacific Piano Competition, Hong Kong Schools Music Festival, Macao Youth Music Competition, among others. Leung has written articles for various music journals and periodicals. He has also presented papers and workshops at international, nationals, and regional conferences.

6Benita Tse-Leung

Dr. Benita Tse-Leung, born in the United States, moved to Hong Kong at an early age and began her musical studies there. She returned to the US to continue her education in music and obtained her BM, MM, and DMA performance degrees at Temple University and the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Dr. Tse has performed with her husband, Dr. Jackson Leung, as a duo piano team throughout the US and abroad. Their performances have been featured on public radio WGUC, Radio Television Hong Kong, and in recitals in the United States, and abroad, including the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Japan, Canada, Bermuda, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Macau, and numerous other cities in mainland China (Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, Tianjin, etc.). The Leung-Tse duo was awarded first prize in the Artist Duo Division at the OMTA Graves Competition in 1996 and 1998. Their CD, entitled “Danzas,” was released in the summer of 2001.

In 1989, she and her husband began a piano studio that was committed to teaching serious piano students. Their mission was to inspire and instil the highest qualities of musical learning. To this day, their belief and commitment have prevailed. Their studio has produced numerous prize winning students at state, regional, and international competitions including World Piano Competition in Cincinnati, The Stravinsky Awards International Competition, Bartók-Kabalevsky International Competition, “From the Top” Public Radio International Auditions, Irene Tintner Contest for Outstanding Pianists, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition, Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra Concerto Competition, Blue Ash Symphony Concerto Auditions, Clifton Music Club Scholarship Competition, Ohio Federation of Music Clubs, the Overture Awards, and the Ohio Music Teachers Association/Graves and Buckeye Competitions, among others. Tse has also been serving as a US representative for the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music since 1991.

7Yin Song

Yin Song, renowned pianist and piano educator. She obtained a master’s degree at the Shanghai Conservatory, and is a National First Grade Performer, member of China Musicians Association, honorary director of Shenzhen Musicians Association, senior adjudicator of China Musicians Association National Piano Examination and a pianist at Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra. She has held numerous recitals, chamber music concert and toured nationally with the two pianos concert. She has also performed concertos with Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra, and has met the nation’s leaders several times.

Her recordings at radio and television has been broadcast frequently in different Chinese cities. Her two academic articles were published in piano journal in China.

Yin has been teaching for nearly four decades and is an experienced adjudicator in numerous piano competitions. Her students won various national and international competition, many became professional pianists. In 1998 she established Chopin Piano Art Centre.

She has published books on piano education published by Haitian Publication and Shanghai Music Publishing House, and her name is recorded in Who’s Who directory of Chinese artists.

Yin has frequently appeared in media on specialised topic of music performance and education. She was interviewed in June 2014 by China Central Television as a key opinion leader.