Dutar sounds

Moscow International festival of arts named after Nury Halmamedov

project of Mamed Guseynov

Regulations

ATTENTION! IN CONNECTION WITH THE MEASURES TO COMBAT THE SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS AND RESTRICTIONS ON ENTRY INTO RUSSIA OF FOREIGN CITIZENS, THE CONTEST IS POSTPONED TO 2021. YOU CAN FIND THE CURRENT PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS BELOW. THE DATES OF THE CONTEST WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER

VI MOSCOW INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF ARTS "SOUNDS OF DUTAR" NAMED AFTER NURY HALMAMEDOV
Competition of musicians-performers of various specialties for the best performance of academic music based on ethno-cultural traditions

Russia, Moscow

October,28 - November,3 of 2020

General conditions

Music competition (hereinafter referred to as the Competition) whithin the Moscow international festival of arts "Sounds of dutar" named after Nury Khalmamedov is an important event in the field of strengthening and preservation of national traditions and support of gifted youth. A special feature of this competition is the promotion of academic music based on ethno-cultural traditions. The purpose of the music competition is to revive the mutual influence of cultures of different peoples and promote the unity of society

We hope that everyone who wants to participate in the competition will also contribute to the formation of a common cultural space among the peoples of Russia and the CIS countries

The competition is held in one round and is open to musicians from all over the world

Founders:

  • Russian Academy arts
  • UNESCO chair of the Russian Academy arts
  • Zurab Tsereteli's Gallery Of Arts
  • Moscow Music school No.64
  • Regional charitable public Foundation for support of creativity named after People's artist of the RSFSR Valery Zolotukhin

Partners:

  • Center for cultural programs "Crystal chapel»
  • Insitute of fine arts MSPU
  • Multi-profile company "Art-Center Plus"
  • Information Agency "Musical Klondike"
  • Foundation for the development of science and innovation

Competition venues:

  • Zurab Tsereteli's Gallery Of Arts (metro station Kropotkinskaya, Prechistenka str., 19)
  • Moscow Music school No.64 (metro station Universitet, Krupskoy str., 10)

Specialties Of The Competition

  • Vocal performing
  • Instrumental performing (by type of instruments: strings, wind instruments, piano, folk orchestra instruments)

Nominations:

  • Soloists
  • Ensembles. Duets, trios, instrumental ensembles, vocal ensembles, instumental and vocal ensembles

Dates:

  • October, 29-30 – Competition autitions (Moscow Music school No.64 metro station Universitet, Krupskoy str., 10)
  • November, 3 – Gala concert (Zurab Tsereteli's Gallery Of Arts metro station Kropotkinskaya, Prechistenka str., 19)

Purposes and tasks

  • Popularization of composers whose work is based on ethno-cultural traditions
  • Development of intercultural communication for musicians from all over the world
  • Popularization of national academic art for musicians from all over the world
  • Expanding of the performing repertoire
  • Exchange of experience and information between musicians performers and teachers of educational institutions in the field of culture and art of the Russian Federation and foreign countries

Competition conditions:

  • Competitive auditions are held in one round
  • The results of the competition are announced no later than the day of the final Gala concert of the festival
  • The competition does not provide concertmaster services
  • To participate in the competition, you must submit an application. All applications are accepted only in electronic form from the contest page or to the following email address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • A receipt for payment for participation is sent to the participant after consideration of the application
  • Changes in the program of competitive performance are allowed no later than October 10, 2020. After this date, changes are not accepted!
  • The jury may request a copy of the sheet music of the works performed by the contestant
  • All repertoire is performed by heart. Execution by notes is not allowed.
  • The organizing Committee may request a copy of the participant's passport or birth certificate after registration
  • The competition is held in accordance with the procedure established by the organizing Committee. The procedure is established at the meeting of the organizing Committee after the end of the application process before the start of the competition
  • Conditions of the competition venues, the competition program and schedule of days and hours will be posted on the contest page under "ORDER of performance" after the deadline
  • If the contestant is late for the audition, they can only be admitted at the end of the audition of participants of their age category with the permission of the Jury
  • The jury can stop the performance if it exceeds the time limit

Age categories and requirements for the competition program for nominations soloists by specialities:

  • Vocal performing
  • Instrumental performing (by type of instruments: strings, wind instruments, piano, folk orchestra instruments)

There are 5 age categories:
А. Children – up to 9 years old
B. Young musicians – from 10 to 12 years old
C. Juniors – from 13 to 14 years old

Soloists of age groups A, B and C must submit 2 works.
Time limit: no more than 8 minutes.
The performers ' repertoire consists of two parts: the first is a work of Baroque composers (1600-1750). The second is a work by a composer of any country based on ethnocultural traditions.

D. Young masters – from 15 to 17 years old
E. Professionals – from 18 years old with no upper age limit

Soloists of age groups D and E must submit 3 works.
Time limit: no more than 15 minutes.
The performers ' repertoire consists of three numbers: the First is a work of Baroque or classical composers. The second is a Work by a composer of any country based on folk musical traditions. The third – at the choice of the participant.
A special prize is provided for the best performance of a work by a Turkmen composer
To select a work, you can use music library of the festival

In honor of the 75th anniversary of the victory in the second world war, participants majoring in Vocal art should include in the competition program (Perhaps instead of a work by a Baroque or classical composer) a Song of the war years or about the war.

Ensembles

The age category of the ensemble is determined by the organizing Committee according to the age of the largest number of participants. The presence of participants from another category – up to 20% of the total number. If you find it difficult to determine the age category, please contact us.

Age category A – up to 12 years old
Age category B – from 12 to 14 years old
Age category C – from 14 to 16 years old

Soloists of age groups A, B and C must submit 2 works.
Time limit: no more than 12 minutes.
The performers ' repertoire consists of two numbers: the first is a work by a national composer of any country based on ethnic and cultural traditions, and the second is at the request of the contestants

Age category D – from 18 years old with no upper age limit

Soloists of age groups D and E must submit 3 works.
Time limit: no more than 15 minutes.
The performers ' repertoire consists of three numbers: the First is a work of Baroque or classical composers. The second is a work by a national composer of any country based on ethnocultural traditions. The third – at the choice of the participant.

Performance evaluation criteria

  • The jury's score is based on a 100 point system by closed voting
  • First place – awarded to one contestant who scored 95-99 points
  • Second place – awarded to one or two contestants who scored 90-94 points
  • Second place – awarded to one or two contestants who scored 85-89 points
  • The title of Diploma winner is awarded to contestants who have scored from 80 to 84 points
  • Diploma Of the contestant – awarded to the contestants who scored 79 points or less
  • The contest results (points) will be published on the contest page
  • The jury's decisions are final and cannot be reviewed
  • The most striking numbers, according to the jury, will be chosen for the final Gala concert, which will be held on November 3

Awards

Organizing Committee of the VI Moscow international festival of arts "Sounds of dutar"maned after Nury Halmamedov announces award in each category. One Grand prize winner can be declared among the first prize winners in all specialties.

  • All diplomas, prizes and awards are awarded only at the closing ceremony of the competition
  • The organizing Committee does not send prizes and awards to participants who left the competition before the closing ceremony
  • All participants are awarded Diplomas, according to the received competitive estimates
  • Contestants ' teachers are awarded with Commendation
  • oncertmasters of the first degree Winners are awarded special Diplomas
  • Partners of the competition can establish special prizes for participants, teachers and concertmasters

Financial conditions

Organizational fees: Soloists of age groups A, B, C-2500 rubles.
Soloists of age group D, E – 3000 rubles.
Duets – 3500 rubles per team
Ensembles from 3 to 5 people – 4500 rubles per group
Ensembles from 6 people – 8800 rubles per group
the registration fee includes:

  • One festival booklet for each soloist or ensemble member
  • Diploma
  • Prizes and awards, according to the received competitive estimates

 

Required documents for registration of a participant

To participate in the competition, please send an email to the organizing Committee by October 1, 2020 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. the following documents:

  • Application for participation (with full indication of the executable program, the order of execution, the title of the work, the name and surname of the authors)
  • CV (in free form)
  • Information about participation in other contests and received prizes (if participant has)
  • Photo for the booklet
  • Contact details

Competition days schedule

The exact date, time and place of the auditions will be posted on the Contest's website no later than October 20, 2020.

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JURY

Guseynov Mamed Composer, Artistic Director and Chairman of the organizing Committee of the Moscow international festival of arts "Sounds of dutar» named after Nury Halmamedov

Solodkova Tatiana. Culturologist, co-Chairman of the organizing Committee of the Moscow international festival of arts "Sounds of dutar" named after Nury Halmamedov

Vocal perfomance

Kosiborod Olga. Artistic Director and conductor of the women's "Hoffman choir", Honorary worker of culture of the city of Moscow, associate Professor of MSPU, Director of the center for cultural programs "Crystal chapel»

Morozova Olga. Singer, Professor of the Department of music and performing arts in education of the Music faculty Of the Institute of fine arts of MPSU.

Oblezova Ekaterina. Singer, Honored artist of the Russian Federation, soloist and Director of the Moscow musical theater "Helikon-Opera»

Lisitsian Ruben. Soviet, Russian and Armenian singer, vocal teacher. Honored artist of the Russian Federation, Professor

 

Piano performance

Kocharova Ninel. Honorary cultural worker of Moscow, Deputy Director of Moscow Music school No.64

Krasovskaya Elena. Candidate of pedagogical Sciences, Professor of the Department of music and performing arts in education at the Institute of fine arts of Moscow state pedagogical University, member of the editorial Board of the scientific journal "Bulletin of the UNESCO Department»

Medushevskaya Tatiana. Honorary worker of culture of the city of Moscow, head of the Piano Department of Moscow Music school No.64<

Sushkov Vladimir. A graduate of the Moscow state Tchaikovsky Conservatory, soloist of the Lipetsk state Philharmonic, winner of international competitions

Tuyliyeva Maya. Director of Piano Academy of Kansas City, USA

Shubina Irina. Associate Professor of the Department of music and performing arts in education, faculty of Music, Institute of fine arts, MPSU

Wind instruments

Larin Nikolai. Clarinetist, composer, musician of the Moscow state Symphony Pavel Kogan's orchestra, lecturer of the chair of the Moscow state Institute of Culture.

Lenkin Denis. Flutist, Winner of the Moscow government award-"for contribution to the development of culture», Deputy Director of Moscow Music school No.64

String instruments, guitar, instruments of the folk orchestra

Dmiterko Leonora. Violinist, Honored artist of the Russian Federation

Chairan Vyacheslav. Balalaika artist, winner of the Presidential award of the Russian Federation, Candidate of art history, teacher of balalaika

Yablokova Olesya. Guitarist, entered the top 10 guitarists of Koblenz International Guitar Festival and Competition (Germany 2010), Head of the guitar and folk instruments Department of the Moscow state guitar school No. 64, head of the working group of the organizing Committee of the Alexander Frauchi international guitar competition and festival, Art Director of the Moscow City open competition for young guitarists " Moscow guitar Assembly»