The Masters Coupe Mondiale category was formally run as the 'International
Competition for Piano Accordion.' The competition has program reuqirements
between the Junior and Senior Coupe Mondiale divisions.|
Special Note: As we continue to develop our digital
technology, this year candidates in the Masters Coupe Mondiale category
will be required to submit a copy of the Judges music in .pdf format,
so that they will be viewable by an IPAD or similar device. As we have
much of the Baroque/Classical repertoire already on file, we will advise
you which pieces we need you to submit. If you have any problems at all,
you are still welcome to bring a printed copy to the Coupe Mondiale and
hand it in at registration for scanning by CIA staff prior to your competition
category. We are happy to assist you in this process.
is no limit of numbers of candidates from each country.
up to 32 years of age are allowed to enter the competition - year
of birth: born 1980 or later. All entrants are required to provide
proof of age and nationality (Passport) when they register at the
full eligibility, please see General
Information and Conditions
entries and entry fees will be processed on-line.
closed on July 15, 2012.
|OWN CHOICE PROGRAM ONLY|
- OWN CHOICE PROGRAM:
consisting of three (3) or more pieces including one from the Baroque
era, one piece to be of a slower, lyrical style* and one piece of
a technical virtuosic style**. It must contain at least one Original
Work but transcriptions may also be used. Individual movements from
cyclic works are acceptable.
* Examples of the
slower, lyrical style: Kalina Krasnaia by Semionov, Romance by Angelis,
Vocalise by Rachmaninov, Aria by Bach etc...
** Examples of the technical virtuosic style:
Caprice by Paganini, a fast Sonata by Scarlatti, Finale of 1st Sonata
by Kusjakov etc...
must present themselves as artists to an audience; presentation, dress
and stage-craft all being important.
- Playing time: minimum
15 minutes to maximum 20 minutes playing time. Failure to observe
minimum or maximum playing time will result in a mark penalty.
- 1st Prize: 800
- 2nd Prize: 500
- 3rd Prize: 300
candidates will receive a Diploma of Participation.
member associations are requested to offer concerts or a tour for
the 1st Prize Winners.
winners must be present in person at the Awards Ceremony in appropriate
attire suitable for press coverage and publicity appearances. In case
of absence, the prize may be accepted by a delegate of their country
or the Diplomas will be mailed by the Secretariat.