Final RoundS

The finale will be held in two parts (chamber music and orchestra round) on October 20th in the Large Concert Hall ("Großer Konzertsaal") of the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich.

SCHEDULE FINALS

Wednesday, October 20th, 2021
• 4:30 – 6 pm = Final Chamber Music Round (Großer Konzertsaal)
• 7 - 8:30 pm = Final Concerto Round (Großer Konzertsaal)

PRESALE AND HYGIENE REGULATIONS

Tickets for the events (admission tickets free of charge or at a price of EUR 10, discounted EUR 7) are available from October 11th, 2021 via Munich Ticket.

Tickets to the competition rounds also entitle the holder to admission to the exhibitions.

Please note: The so-called '3G rule' (geimpft, genesen, getestet – vaccinated, recovered, tested) also applies to all event visitors at the university, as well as the obligation to wear a mask (medical mask), including at the seat.

Program of the Final

Each of the 3 competitors in the Final Round will perform the following repertoire:

1) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:
“Kegelstatt”-Trio E-flat major KV 498 (Martin Spangenberg, clarinet; Angelika Merkle, piano);
and

2) Paul Hindemith:
“Kammermusik Nr. 5 für Viola und größeres Kammerorchester”
(accompanied by the orchestra of the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich)

PARTICIPANTS OF THE FINALS

The jury will announce the names of the three violists qualified for the final on October 18th at 6 pm in the Large Concert Hall of the University.

More information will follow here on the evening of October 18th.