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Marking Criteria & Prize Structure

Marking Criteria & Prize Structure



• The jury panel consists of professional pianists and educators in their fields.
In awarding, jury members will give mark based on which qualities and abilities demonstrated by the performer in areas of technique, intonation, tempo, tone quality, interpretation, musicality and performance as a whole.

• The following prizes will be awarded to participants in all categories:
   Platinum Award: 96 points - above
   Gold Award: 90 - 95 points
   Silver Award: 83 - 89 points
   Bronze Award: 73 - 82 points
   Honorable Mention: 72 points - bellow

• There is no limit to the number of each award (individual assesement).

• Trophy and Certificate will be distributed to all participants and Cash Prize to selected highest scorer.

• Special Award for Piano and Violin Performance Theme Categories:
   Best Interpretation on Baroque Work
   Best Interpretation on Classical Work
   Best Interpretation on Romantic Work
   Best Interpretation on 20th - 21th Century Work

• Special Award for Vocal Categories:
   Best Young Talent
   Best Young Vocalist
   Best Artist

• Scholarship Masterclass with the jury member of for selected participants
(*Limited to Special Award Piano & Violin Performance Theme Categories and Vocal Categories)