2016 Gisborne International Music Competition

24 Nov 2016 13:18

PictureGisborne International Music Competition takes place from 28 November until 3 December. We have once again sent NZ music scores to the participants and the below will be featured throughout the competition:

Gone - Kenneth Young
Unforeseen Evolutions - Gareth Farr
Sonatina for Clarinet and Piano - Douglas Lilburn
Tre Canzoni Imperfette - Michael Norris
Tooth - Kerian Varaine
Collateral Damage - John Drummond
Four Pooh StoriesMaria Grenfell
Gyftiko - John Psathas
Panic - Kenneth Young
Wakatipu - Gareth Farr
Allegro Tempestuoso from Viola Sonata - Anthony Ritchie
First Movement from Departures - Gao Ping
Concerto for Flute and Orchestra - Anthony Ritchie
Pultron Composites Award for the best performance of a work by a New Zealand composer will be again awarded this year. The final takes place on Saturday 3 December.

The Gisborne International Music Competition is open to all players of orchestral instruments aged between 16 and 25 years. Competitors are asked to submit a 45-55 minute of balanced, contrasting programme comprising a minimum of three different works from at least two different musical periods.




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