Young Musician Competition waits performers
- An arrangement on Estonian traditional music (max lenght 4 minutes), either solo or performance,
- A solo on one instrument (max lenght 4 minutes).
Samples and notes for Estonian traditional music can be found http://www.folk.ee/opistu/et/Voistumangimine/Valik-pillilugusid
In addition as an option one can present
- Own composed music piece, performed solo or with band (max lenght 5 minutes).
Recordings must be in high quality and in .mp3 format. Recordings must be accompanied with the participants name, sex, age, study field, university and contact information (phone, e-mail).
Deadline: 11th February 2013
Jury of 5 Estonian professional musicians and music teachers will choose a number of participants for the finals that take place on 12th April 2013 in Viljandi, Estonia as a open concert.
The finalists will be announced on 18th February 2013.
Categories and awards
The performances are judged in categories of:
Grand Prix, Best Arrangement in Traditional Music, Best Solo, Best Own Creation, Audience Favourite.
The awards are sponsored by music shop „Muusik“, Estonian Traditional Music Centre, Estonian Performers Association, UT Viljandi Culture Academy.
The Festival Muusikatriaad
The finals are part of a bigger music event series that happen in Viljandi on 10th to 12th April 2013. Participants in the preliminary round are welcome to participate during the festival that includes concerts, workshops and variety of other events. The festival is organized by University of Tartu Viljandi Culture Academy and celebrated it’s 20th birthday in 2012.
Project Manager for Muusikatriaad 2013
UT Viljandi Culture Academy Communication and Project Department specialist
Phone: +372 435 5260 / +372 5669 8839
E-mail hannele [ät] kultuur.edu.ee