Application deadline: EXTENDED TO JuLY 7, 2022
National University of Music Bucharest – Strada Știrbei Vodă 33, București 03016, Romania. The University is located in the very centre of Bucharest, 5 min. walk from Romanian Athenaeum, near the Cismigiu Park and 10 from Piata Romana Metro station.
Award Gala Concert
As a premiere, the Competition features a Awards Gala Concert for the winning conductors and will take place at National University of Music Bucharest, Strada Știrbei Vodă 33, București 03016, Romania.
For attendees of the Competition only: the arrival day is July 17. The general meeting starts at 07:00 pm for all competitors and consists of the welcoming ceremony and information about competition plus the draw of lots.
- July 18
10:00-13:00 / 14:00-17:00 1st round
- July 19
10:00-14:00 The Semi-final
- July 20
10:00-13:00 The Final
19:30-22:00 Awards Gala Concert with BSO
The Competition repertoire will be divided by rounds, accordingly:
- 1st round: All candidates
Mozart Don Giovanni
Rossini “Il Barbiere di Siviglia”
- 2nd round Semi-final – 15 candidates
Prokofiev Classical Symphony – 1st movement
Tchaikovsky “Rococo” Variations (most performed version) – soloist: Soma David
- 3rd round: The Final – 6 candidates
Concerto / Symphony Orchestra
Beethoven Symphony no. 5 or Symphony no. 7 – all movements
The participants must provide their own scores.
Winners Awards Gala Concert Program
Mozart “Don Giovanni” Overture or Rossini “Il Barbiere di Siviglia”Overture Awarded to 3rd prize
Tchaikovsky “Rococo” Variations Awarded to 2nd prize
Beethoven Symphony no. 5 or Symphony no. 7 Awarded to 1st prize