THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL FRYDERYK CHOPIN PIANO COMPETITION IN MONGOLIA
CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPANTS
Mongolian State Conservatory, The Embassy of the Republic of Poland to Mongolia jointly organizing The Third International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition from October 21st to November 24th 2021. The competition aims to discover the talents of young pianists through music of Fryderyk Chopin.
The competition will be judged by renowned Mongolian and Polish, and international pianists.
General organizer: Mongolian State Conservatory
Co-organizer: The Embassy of the Republic of Poland to Mongolia
The Competition has two age categories and each category has two stages.
Category “A” (ages 18-32) and Category “B” (ages up to 17 years old)
The First Round of the competition will be organized between 20th of October 2021 to 25th of October, 2021 online.
The second round of the competition will take place between 20th of November to 23rd of November 2021, in the Concert Hall of the Mongolian State Conservatory, Ulaanbaatar. Mongolia.
In case of COVID-19 outbreak, and if the border closed, the Second round of the competition will be organized online.
The Award Ceremony and The Gala Concert of the competition winners will take place on the 24th of November at 6 pm, at the State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre of Mongolia.
Repertoire of the competition
Category “B” for pianists up to 17 years old
Category “A” for pianists 18-32 years old
The candidates will have to submit the APPLICATION FORM in the www.conservatory.edu.mn website. The registration will be open from 1st of October to 20th of October 2021.Please be aware that the registration will be closed on the 21st of October 2021.
The following documents needed in order to complete the application from.
1st prize: Diploma and 3000 USD
2nd prize: Diploma and 2000 USD
3rd prize: Diploma and 1000 USD
Special prize for one participant: Diploma and 500 USD
1st prize: Diploma and 1000 USD
2nd prize: Diploma and 750 USD
3rd prize: Diploma and 500 USD
Special prize for one participant: Diploma and 200 USD
The competition awards are financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland.
One pianist will be selected from the competition and awarded Grand-Prix. (could be selected from age category “A” or “B”). The Grand-Prix winner will be invited to Poland and perform at the F.Chopin`s birth place, take Master Classes from the renowned Polish piano teachers. All costs related to the travel to Poland will be covered by the Fryderyk Chopin Institute in Warsaw.
The judges have a right to divide the prizes or not to give any of the prizes. The decision of the jury will be the last decision, and will not be discussed.
State Opera and Ballet Theatre of Mongolia
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Poland to Mongolia