VIIIth INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION FOR CLASSICAL GUITAR „ANGEL G.PIÑERO“2021
- In this contest only compositions by the Spanish composer Ángel G.Piñero will be played.These compositions will be sent to the participants to study as soon as their registration is completed. The musical expression and the Tempo will be especially graded.
- The contest will have a 1st Prize of 3.000 €. A 2nd Prize of 2.000 €.A 3rd Prize of 1.000 € with the collaboration of AIE.
- The jury will be headed by Maestro Angel G. Piñero.
- Participants are required to have finished their superior guitar studies or in the process of finishing the last courses. They also must be between the ages of 18 and 35 years old, both included.
- Maestro Angel G. Piñero, guitarist and compositor will give a MASTER CLASS by Internet about technique and interpretation to the participants. He will also send by mail a personalized comment about each performance.
- The registration fee is 100 € non-refundable. This can be done through wire or bank transfer.
- Information needed of the participants: Nationality, Address, age, photo, email adress and Curriculum Vitae.
- The participant must send the pieces recorded on video (Format MP4) and if possible the audio in .WAV format. Everything must be sent to us by We Transfer before July 1st 2021.
- The decision of the jury will be final and published as soon as possible Facebook with the video of the winners.
- There will be a wide difusion of the winners in the Social medias. For this, you will be asked to give us Contacts of Musical Magazines of your countries.
To make the pre-inscription effective, you must send us your CV, an artistic photo with guitar and proof of payment of the inscription to firstname.lastname@example.org
ASOCIACION DE GUITARRA CLASICA “ANGEL G. PIÑERO”
Calle Maldonado 55, 28006 – Madrid, ESPAÑA
Paseo de la Castellana 18
Cuenta Nº IBAN ES5400190030644010285381
Thanks and I am looking forward to seeing you in the Competition.
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