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Regulations for the Golden Steps

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Music school Živorad Grbić – Valjevo

from 24 – 27 May 2018

 

4th International Competition of String Players ‘Golden Steps’


 




 

REGULATIONS

 

 

 

Regulations in PDF format can be downloaded from THIS LINK.


You can participate if:

you are violinist, violist or cellist attending primary, secondary music school or music academy.

Instruments:

Pupils and students will be competing in three instruments: VIOLIN, VIOLA and CELLO.   

Categories:

Pupils and students are competing under these categories:

Junior category (born in 2012 and younger)
Two freely celected compositions (up to 5 minutes)

First category (born in 2010 and younger)
Two freely selected repertoire (up to 6 minutes)

Second category (born in 2008 and younger)
First or second and third movement of a concerto or concertino and one freely selected composition (up to 8 minutes)

Third category (born in 2006 and younger)
First or second and third movement of a concerto or concertino and one freely selected composition (up to 10 minutes)

Fourth category (born in 2004 and younger)
Violin and Cello: First or second and third movement of a concerto and one freely selected composition (up to 12 minutes)
Viola: First or second and third movement of a concerto or two movement of baroque sonata and one freely selected composition (up to 12 minutes)

Fifth category (born in 2002 and younger)
Violin and Cello: First or second and third movement of a concerto and one freely selected composition (up to 15 minutes)
Viola: First or second and third movement of a concerto or two movement of baroque sonata and one freely selected composition (up to 15 minutes)

Sixth category (born in 2000 and younger)
First or second and third movement of a concerto and one freely selected composition (up to 20 minutes)

Seventh category (born in 1998 and younger)
First or second and third movement of a concerto and one freely selected composition (up to 20 minutes)

Eighth category (born in 1996 and younger)
First or second and third movement of a concerto and one freely selected composition (up to 25 minutes)


*It will be tolerated if participants exceed the time limit minimally.


     

MEMBERS OF THE JURY:

Violin / Viola
Prof. Maja Jokanović (Faculty of Music, Belgade – Serbia)
Prof. Monika Skalar (Academy of Music, Ljubljana – Slovenia)
Prof. Nikola Aleksić (Academy of Arts, Novi Sad – Serbia)
Prof. Mihal Budinski (Academy of Arts, Novi Sad – Serbia)
Prof. Nemanja Marjanović (Faculty of Music, Belgade – Serbia and Music Academy, Banja Luka – Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Prof. Milan Čizmić (Secondary music school ‘Josip Slavenski’, Novi Sad – Serbia)

Cello
Prof. Srđan Sretenović (Faculty of Music, Belgade – Serbia)
Prof. Dejan Mitrović (Secondary music school ‘Stanković’, Belgrade – Serbia)
Prof. Danijela Milutinović (Secondary music school ‘Dr Vojislav Vučković’, Belgrade – Serbia)




AWARDING:

TEACHERS/PROFESSORS, WHOSE PUPILS/STUDENTS ARE PARTICIPATING IN THE COMPETITION, CAN PARTICIPATE IN THE DISCUSSION AFTER THE AWARDS ARE GIVEN.  

The jury will mark candidates in the following way:

First Prize from 95.00 to 100.00 points
Second Prize
from 85.00 to 94.99 points

Third Prize
from 75.00 to 84.99 points

Honorable Mention
from 65.00 to 74.99 points.


If two participants have the same number of points, advantage will be given to the younger one.
 

For every category the jury awards Special First Prize (The winner of the category).  

The jury can announce an absolute winner of the Competition: Laureate among all primary schools, Laureate among all secondary schools and Laureate among all academies.
   


LAUREATE OF THE ENTIRE COMPETITION – AWARD OF PROF. DEJAN MIHAILOVIĆ

The competition of string players ‘Golden steps’ whose aim is first of all to recognize, systematically follow and improve young talented string players is a realization of a wish of Dejan Mihailović. During many decades of outstanding professional engagement Prof. Dejan Mihailović has always insisted on the importance of creativity, performing individuality, uniqueness, expressive interpretation as essential values of a music artist. ‘Golden steps’, the name of a collection of miniatures for young violinists whose author was professor Živorad Grbić, inspired professor Mihailović to give the competition this symbolic name as it suggests the road of dedication, love and determination that every artist must take during his creative development and, a road which is totally recognizable in the form of this competition.

As a person who has dedicated his whole life to research, encouragement and improvement of creativity, courageousness and creative impulse as the essence of human being, Prof. Mihailović is certainly the brains behind the idea that was growing in Valjevo’s string players and which came to life through the first ‘Golden Steps’ in May 2016 . For that reason the award, Laureate of the Entire Competition, will bear his name.

Other awards:

The jury will announce:
-THE BEST PEDAGOGUE

-THE BEST PIANO ACCOMPANIST
       


APPLYING:

Deadline is 

6 May 2019

You can submit your application form on this link:  

Online Application Form for Golden Steps  


(Note:
You can see the list of registered participants on THIS LINK.)

Apart from filling in the application form you also have to send:
- scanned picture of the deposit slip as an evidence of payment.  

These scanned document should be sent to e-mail address:
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DONATION:

Donation for foreign participants is 30 € per participant.

For any further information about the donation payment you can contact the Head Teacher by mail Ova adresa el. pošte zaštićena je od spam napada, treba omogućiti JavaSkript da biste je videli or by phone +381 14 291 535.    


ENGAGING PIANO ACCOMPANIST:

Participants can engage our professional piano accompanist. That must be noted in the application form. In that case, the music sheets partituras must be sent to our music school by post or e-mail. Deadline is 6 May 2019. For any further information, plesase contact Prof. Milica Prodanović by mail Ova adresa el. pošte zaštićena je od spam napada, treba omogućiti JavaSkript da biste je videli or by phone +381 64 434 8046.      


VIDEO FOOTAGE OF THE PERFORMANCE:

Participants can order a DVD, a video footage of his/her performance, in the application form for the competition. The price for the DVD is 500 Serbian dinars (5 €). You can also order a DVD upon your arrival at the competition during registration. In that case the price for the DVD is 700 Serbian dinars (7 €). In both cases the payment must be done in cash in the registration room.      


SUPPORTING PROGRAMME OF THE COMPETITION:

Competition’s Opening Ceremony  

The fourh ‘Golden Steps’ will be opened by a concert of the chamber orchestra ‘The Strings of St George’ on Friday, 24 May at 8 p.m.  

Masterclass of Prof. Dragan Sredojević and Prof. Saša Mirković

During the competition, Prof. Dragan Sredojević and Prof. Saša Mirković will be holding masterclasses for all those who are interested. If you want to attend the masterclass, please note it in your application form. For any further information you can contact the Head Teacher of the school by mail Ova adresa el. pošte zaštićena je od spam napada, treba omogućiti JavaSkript da biste je videli or by phone +381 14 291 535.

Promotions of Workshop ‘Tarisio’  

During the competition, on certain locations in school, we will be promoting Workshop 'Tarisio', from Belgrade, which educates musicians, makes and restores string instruments.  


   

ORGANIZER'S CONTACT DETAILS:

e-mail:
String Department: Ova adresa el. pošte zaštićena je od spam napada, treba omogućiti JavaSkript da biste je videli
Head Teacher: Ova adresa el. pošte zaštićena je od spam napada, treba omogućiti JavaSkript da biste je videli  

phone:
+381 14 291 535  



Dear, collegues, we wish that the ‘Golden steps’ would become a strong force that incites creativity in our teaching, a competition where we would be able (thanks to regulations) to remind ourselves of the huge number of compositions written for string instruments (concertos, pieces, Bach’s solo sonatas, suites, capriccios, miniatures…), enrich the repertoire which has become so commonplace in the recent years and present it in a new interpretative attire led by the methodology of modern violin playing. May your inventivness, talent and uniqueness lead the young string players on their way to the top of the golden steps.


Welcome!