2012 European Auditions
The repertoire you list on the application (including the concerto) will be the repertoire from which you will be asked to perform during both rounds. Applicants must be prepared to perform complete works. Any repertoire change must be approved. The Jury will request to hear sections of the repertoire. Applicants are advised to carefully select repertoire to display to best advantage the full range of their abilities.
MEMORIZATION: Concertos and solo repertoire on all instruments must be performed by memory. Scores may be used in chamber music, sonatas with accompaniment, and contemporary works.
a) A suite, partita, or other large-scale work of J.S. Bach (transcriptions are not accepted); b) A sonata by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven or Schubert; c) A Romantic recital work at least 15 minutes in length (Brahms, Schumann, Chopin, Rachmaninov, Liszt, etc. Note: Chopin ballades and scherzos do not fit this category); d) A work written after 1920; e) One additional recital work of your choice.
a) One complete unaccompanied work of J.S. Bach; b) A Beethoven, Schubert or Mozart Sonata or other Classical work; c) A Schumann, Franck, Brahms, Fauré, Debussy, Ravel or other Romantic Sonata; d) A recital work written after 1920 (not including Ravel); e) One major concerto.
a) One work of J.S. Bach (transcriptions are acceptable); b) A major recital work of Brahms or Schumann; c) An unaccompanied 20th-century recital work (Hindemith, Reger, etc.); d) One additional recital work of your choice; e) One major concerto.
a) One complete unaccompanied work of J.S. Bach; b) One classical recital work; c) One major Romantic recital work (Brahms, Schumann, Rachmaninov, etc.); d) One additional recital work of your choice; e) One major concerto.
a) One Classical quartet; b) One Romantic quartet; c) One quartet written after 1920; d) Two additional works of your choice.
A minimum of 70 minutes of music: a) Four contrasting recital works; b) One major concerto.
a) One unaccompanied 20th-century work; b) Two contrasting recital works of your choice; c) One concerto by Mozart, Haydn or Telemann; d) One 19th or 20th-century concerto.
a) Three groups of 4 songs, with each group in a different language – a total of 12 songs (for example, 4 songs in English, 4 songs in German, and 4 songs in French). The songs within each group do not necessarily have to be by the same composer or related in any way other than language; b) One operatic aria; c) If one of the song groups or the aria is not in English, please add one work in English. All songs in English must be originally written in English.