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  • 12th International Russian Rotary Music Competition

    12th International Russian Rotary Children’s Music Competition

    FOUNDER
    Rotary Club Moscow International 2002 / President Josef Marous
    ORGANIZER
    Rotary Club Moscow International and
    Rotary District 2220 Russia-West
    In cooperation with:
    Rotary Club Moscow Humboldt
    Rotary Club Moscow Rossika , Rotary Club Moscow
    ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
    Tiberius Braun – Chairman
    Josef Marous- Co- Chairman
    Thomas Kaufmann
    Mark Nessbach
    Igor Evard
    Contact:
    Tiberius Braun
    tiberius.braun.tui@gmail.com
    ( in German, English, Russian, Spanish, Romanian, Hungarian)
    Josef Marous
    Josef.Marous@tmk-europe.eu
    ( in French, German, English, Russian, Czech, )

    1. 12th International Russian Rotary Children’s Music Competition is taking place in Moscow, Russia 27-28 September 2014..
    2. Age of the participants is from 8 to 12 years. Limit of 12 years means that the participant is until 30.09.2014 younger than 13 years.
    3. Competition is for following musical instruments: violin, violoncello, harp, piano, wind instruments.
    4. Following limits apply to all applicants:
    a) Each participant must be presented to the organizing committee through any Rotary Club or Rotaract Club(preferably from his home town).Supporting letter is sufficient. For Russia only: if there is no Rotary Club in the Russian city in which the participant is living, the application with the performance can be sent directly to the organizing committee.
    b) Participants of the Finals in previous years are not allowed for participation in the competition. Participants of the Semifinals in previous years can participate again.
    c) Children, participating in the competition in previous years but not achieving the finals, are allowed to participate in the competition again.
    5. Music professors and organizing committee are reviewing DVD received and recommends the invitation of the 15 best candidates to semifinals and finals in Moscow.
    6. Music competition in Moscow is done in two stages: semifinals and finals. To the finals are admitted the best 6 semifinalists.
    7.. Prizes:
    1st Prize – 3.000 USD
    2nd Prize – 1.500 USD
    3rd Prize - 750 USD
    4th to 6th Prize –300 USD
    7th to 15th Prize - 150 USD
    Russian Participants will receive Prizes in Rubles, foreign participants in USD. From the prize money will be deducted 13% Russian income tax.
    8. Registration fee: There is no registration fee. Participation in the competition is free of cost.
    9. The deadline for sending the application with DVD to the organizing committee is 20.May 2014. (Date of post stamp)
    Applications are to be sent to: Ms. Irene Engel, CMS International, Gogolevsky bulvar 11, 119019 Moscow, Russian Federation.
    In the application from Rotary club of your city, please, indicate:
    - First name, surname*
    - Contact phone number, e-mail and address *
    - Fax number if possible
    * Applications without contact information will not be accepted for the competition!
    To the application please, enclose:
    • Photo of the candidate (10 x 15)
    b) Biography
    c) Information about the teacher and music school
    d) Program for semifinals and finals
    e) supporting letter from Rotary club of your city or your country (free form)
    Applications are to be sent to:
    Irene Engel, CMS International, Gogolevsky bulvar 11, 119019 Moscow, Russian Federation latest till the 20th May 2014
    10. The musical program included in the application must be followed in the semifinals and finals. It is not possible to change program on short notice.
    • Preliminary Round – Repertoire
    For Pianists:
    • One movement from sonata from Mozart or Beethoven (own choice)
    • Piece of Russian composer (own choice)
    • One or two works of own choice (performance solo or with orchestra permitted)
    Total not less then 20 Minutes
    For Violinists:
    • One caprice by Kreutzer or Wieniawski or Rode
    • Part for violin solo (own choice)
    • One or two parts for violin and piano (own choice), or violin with orchestra (own choice)
    Total not less then 20 Minutes
    For Flute:
    • A. Vivaldi concerto (own choice)
    • One or two compositions for flute and piano
    • Mozart (own choice) - one or two works
    • Own choice
    Total not less then 20 minutes
    For Clarinet:
    • Composition of a 20th Century Composer for flute and piano (up to 8 minutes long)
    • One or two compositions for Clarinet and piano (own choice)
    • Work from Russian composer (Own choice)
    • Own choice
    Total not less then 20 Minutes
    For Oboe:
    • Hendel- concerto G – moll (I. and I. parts) or Albinoni – Concerto B-dur (II. and III. parts)
    • Composition of a 20th Century Composer or Composition of a 19th Century Composer
    • Own choice
    • Own choice
    Total not less than 20 Minutes
    For bassoon: Choise from
    . Benedetto Marcello Sonata (for basson and piano) e-moll
    .Antonio Vivaldi Cello Sonata in e-moll, op.14, No.5, RV 40
    . E.Bourdeau 1er solo (for bassoon and piano)
    . W.A.Mozart Sonata A-dur K 04162
    . own choise
    Total not less than 20 minutes

    • All other instruments
    At least 3 works (own choice) – total at least 20 Minutes
    III. Semifinals:
    For Pianists:
    • Work from Russian composer (own choice)
    • At least one movement from sonata by Mozart or Beethoven or Haydn
    • Own choice
    Total not less than 12 minutes and not more than 15 minutes
    For Violinists:
    • One caprice by Kreutzer or Wieniawski or Rode
    • Work from Russian composer (Own choice)
    • Own choice
    Total not less than 12 minutes and not more than 15 minutes
    For Harp
    . One work of cantilena character (own choice)
    . One work of lively character (own choice)
    Total not more than 15 minutes.
    Other instruments
    2 or 3 works , one of them should be from Russian composer (not for bassoon)– total not less then 12 minutes and not more than 15 Minutes
    Finals: minimum 10 minutes, maximum 18 minutes will be played with chamber orchestra. Finalists must choose from the following classical works:
    Violin
    Vivaldi Concert a-moll RV 86
    Bach Concert a-moll BWV 1041
    Wieniawski Concert d-moll op. 22, 1 movement
    Mendelssohn Concert e-moll op. 64, 1 movement or 2-3 movements
    Mozart violin concerto no 3, 1 movement or 2-3 movements
    Saint-Saens violin concerto no 3, 1 movement
    Violoncello
    Johann Christian Bach Concert c-moll
    Georg Friedrich Händel Concert h-moll
    Harp
    Georg Friedrich Händel Harp concert B-dur ( 1.part or 2.and 3. parts)
    Piano
    Haydn Concert D-dur Hob.XIII/II, 2-3 movements
    Bach Concert f-moll BWV 1056, ALL MOVEMENTS
    Mozart Concert No 21 C-dur KV 467, 2-3 movements
    Bethoven Concert no 1 C-dur op 15 (1 movement)
    Shostakovich piano concerto no 2, 2-3 movements
    Mendelssohn piano concerto no 2, 1 movement or 2-3 movements
    Flute
    Quantz Concert G-dur, 1 movement
    Stamitz Concert G-dur, 1 movement
    Bach Suite h-mol
    Oboe
    Cimarosa Concert C-dur
    Vivaldi Concert a-moll
    Clarinet
    Weber Concertino c-moll ор. 26
    Taneev Canzona (1883)
    Bassoon
    Antonio Vivaldi Concerto in e-moll RV 484

    11. Jury members do not participate in the voting for the candidates from their own schools or own scholars.
    12. The Jury has the right to stop the performance of the participant of the competition if the performance exceeds the time limit or does not correspond to other requirements of the competition.
    13. The results are announced at the end of each stage. The points received by each candidate are not being made public.
    14. The finalists receive diploma showing the place achieved in the finals and the title of Laureate. The semifinalists receive diploma of participant of the semifinals. Other participants receive diploma of the participant of the competition.
    16. The decisions of the Jury are definitive and cannot be questioned.
    ACCOMMODATION
    During the competition in Moscow (3 days) in September 2014 the organizing committee will provide accommodation for each participant not living in Moscow or Moscow Region and one accompanying person. ( One hotel room). All other expenses must be covered by the participants themselves.
    Contact information of Russian Rotary Clubs can be found on Internet web site - www.rotary2220.ru
    Contact information about Rotary Clubs in other countries can be found on: www.rotary.org (click on Club Finder in the upper part of the main page)
    Performances of the finalists of the 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th Rotary music competition and the Semifinalists of the 11th Rotary music competition can be seen at www.youtube.com , channel Rotaryrus. Other information can be seen at: www.russianrotary-music.blog.de and at Facebook : International Russian Rotary Children’s Music Competition
    With his or her registration the participant declares that no third party holds any copyright and/ or other legal rights on video or other audio material which is recorded or created during the competition and during concerts organized by the competition. All rights of distribution of audio and video materials, for commercial purpose inclusive, belong to the Organizing committee and Advisory Board of the competition. Furthermore he or she declares that he/she hands over the rights of broadcasting and distribution of the audio- and or video materials to the Organizing committee free of charge and for unlimited period of time.

    ADVISORY BOARD

    Akulian Victor, Partner of the Audit Department of KPMG in Russia and CIS

    Braun Tiberius, Chairman of the organizing committee, Past-President of RCMI, Past Chief Representative of TUI (Germany) in RF

    Grach Eduard, National artist of the USSR, Professor of Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory, soloist of Moscow Philharmonic Society, Art
    Director and conductor of chamber orchestra “Moskovia”

    Dr. Hahn Ottokar, Vorsitzender des Europäischen Freundeskreiseses des Julius-Stern-Instituts der Universität der Künste Berlin e.V.
    Ambassador of the European Commission in Moscow, 1996-1999
    Minister of European and Federal Affairs in Saarland, 1985-1990

    Khokhlov Mikhail, Director of Gnesin music school, honored worker of arts in RF, Honored Artist of Russia

    Kogan Pavel, chief conductor of the Moscow Symphonic Orchestra, National artist of Russia

    Lavrov Sergey, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation

    Marous Josef, Chairman of the Advisory Board, Past-President of Rotary Club Moscow International (RCMI), President of the European Division of OAO TMK, Deputy General Director of OAO TMK ,Russia, Chairman of the Executive Board of TMK Europe GmbH, Germany, Chairman of the Board of Directors of TMK Artrom, Rumania, Chairman of the Board of Directors of TMK Resita, Rumania, President of TMK Italia

    Pollack Daniel, Professor at the University of Southern California, Thornton School of Music, Past visiting Professor of The Julliard School, Columbia University and Yale’s School of Music.Prize winner of the International Tchaikovsky Piano Competition in Moscow 1958
    Participant in the juries of International Tchaikovsky Piano Competition, Moscow; Queen Elizabeth, Brussel; Hamamatsu and Sonoda Competitions in Japan; Prokofiev Competition in St. Petersburg; Rakhmanninov Competition, Moscow; UNISA Pretoria, South Africa; Gina Bachauer Competition, Salt Lake City; Ciurlionis Competition, Vilnius.

    Spivakov Vladimir, National artist of the USSR, Conductor of the Orchestra “Moscow Virtuosi”

    Yakupov Alexander,, Art Director of opera-house Moscow State Conservatory, member of the International Academy of Informatization, honored worker of arts in RF, Doctor of fine art, Professor.
    INFORMATION
    www.russianrotary-music.blog.de
    www.josefmarous.blog.de
    www.rcmc-moscow.ru
    Facebook : International Russian Rotary Children’s Music Competition
    www.rotaryrus.blog.ru
    http://www.youtube.com/user/Rotaryrus/videos?flow=grid&view=0&sort=p

  • Reviews about Rotary music competition

    I am very glad to greet you all at the 7th International Russian Rotary Children’s Music Competition. I am honored to acknowledge all the talented individuals who will participate in this event. This competition is an amazing opportunity for young gifted children to grow and develop their musical strengths. Any event that supports the improvement of youth and their creativity is one that deserves acknowledgement. All involved in this competition should be very proud, for you are taking part in a very prestigious competition. On behalf of the more than 1.2 million Rotarians around the world, I send good wishes to all gifted musicians who are part of this event. You are an inspiration to us all.
    Dong Kurn Lee, President Rotary International 2008-2009

    Children from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Cuba, Germany, Hungary, England, Estonia, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovenia, Sweden, Spain, South African Republic, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, USA, Vietnam have already participated in International Russian Rotary Children Music Competitions. We thank to all Rotary clubs who have participated in or supported this great project.
    Josef Marous, Chairman of the Advisory Board of the International Russian Rotary Children Music Competition

    Warm welcome to the young talents from around the world. It is difficult to overestimate the importance of your, in essence diplomatic mission - as the International Russian Rotary Children’s Music Competition is another bridge of friendship between Russia and other countries. Every one of you, representing your state, your city before a large worldwide audience, is making an invaluable contribution to this important task. I wish you all a decent performance in the Competition, which is the noble cause of strengthening friendship between peoples, creating a common cultural heritage of humanity in all its richness and diversity. Good luck and creative success.
    Sergey Lavrov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation

    I am glad to welcome the participants, guests and organizers of the 1st Russian Rotary Children’s Music Competition. Russia has always been famous for excellent composers and musicians. Let us hope that this music competition and the scholarships will help this children in the future, because children are the hope and pilar of the beginning new century. I wish Russian Rotary Children’s Music Competition a bright future and thank all of you who give your time and financial support to realize this project.
    Bhichai Rattakul, President Rotary International 2002-2003

    Ministry of Culture and Mass Media of the Russian Federation congratulates the organizers and participants of the 6th International Rotary Children’s Music Competition, wonderful holiday keeping and carrying spirituality.
    Fine and noble aims of the competition reveals the inner world of young people, looking for caring individuals with active and creative mind, beautiful soul and open heart. It is encouraging that the ongoing large-scale competition promotes the preservation and renewal of cultural traditions, develops and supports all manifestations of personality I am sure that today’s competition aimed at creation of goodwill will help future young generations to successfully solve the serious problems of modern life. I wish you luck, success and interesting encounters.
    A.S. Sokolov, Minister of Culture and Mass Media of the Russian Federation

    The Great Roman Empire was destroyed not by barbarians but by indifference and idleness. I am very glad to greet you, creative and hard-working people, who are not indifferent. You are paving the way to the future of my young colleagues, who have the chance to express themselves. I wish you good luck, creative emotions. Great thanks to the organizers of this competition. May the ROTARY COMPETITION have a bright future.
    Vladimir Spivakov, National Artist of the USSR, Conductor of the Moscow Virtuosi Orchestra

    I am cordially greeting participants and organizers of the International Russian Rotary Children’s Music Competition. For the 4th time the leaders of Russian and foreign companies working in Moscow have come together with the noble aim to help musically talented children. The investment in education and culture is needed in our society.
    Bravo Rotary!
    Success and inspiration to you, young musicians.
    Yury Bashmet, National Artist of the USSR, Professor

    I am cordially greeting the organizers and participants of the 5th International Russian Rotary Children’s Music Competition! Support of young talents is really good work, worthy of such influential international organization as Rotary. I wish all jury members to choose the most worthy and I wish young talents good luck and success in arts!
    Nikolay Petrov, National Artist of the USSR, Professor

    The idea of such competition and the realization of this idea are proving the variety of good works done by Rotary promoting welfare and peace in the world. I hope that your idea also helps to promote cooperation between Russian clubs and with foreign Rotary clubs and we will do our best to delegate to the Rotary competition young musicians from our city.
    Andrey Gerlinger, President of RC Tomsk 2002-2003

    Warm welcome to the participants and organizers of the International Rotary Children's Music Competition. Once again the Rotary competition has united in Moscow young talents from many regions of Russian and of the world. Children are the most receptive and the most fertile part of humanity and by acting on that the culture becomes a real power to change the world for the better. I am confident that the competition will bring an unforgettable experience and joy of all parties involved and will be an outstanding event in the cultural life of Russia. Good luck, hot audience recognition and joy of discovery.
    M.E. Shwydkoi _ Chairman of the Federal Agency for Culture and Cinematography of the Russian Federation

    On behalf of the Moscow Government and from me personally I warmly greet the organizers, participants and guests of the International Rotary Children’s Music Competition! Over the course of its development the competition has become a bright part of the children’s musical life in Moscow, Russia and the entire world, promoting wide cultural dialog for the next generation of musical talent from various countries. The competition is making sizable and important contribution by enriching the musical universe with new constellations of young talents. Many of its laureates are successfully appearing in prestigious concert halls around the world, fittingly continuing the traditions of Russian and international classics. The International Rotary Children’s Music Competition adds to the rich palette of cultural life in springtime Moscow, exposing the world to talented new performers and giving the capital’s demanding public unforgettable impressions of our planets young musicians. I wish you, dear friends – health, happiness and great creative achievements in the service of fine art!
    Yuri M Luzhkov, Mayor of Moscow (2009)

    Until today we took part and sponsored 4 times at the Rotary music competition the second prize with 2000 Euro each time. Those who took part at the finals of the competitions and many friends of our club had that chance, will never forget such evening with the ability, the great talent, the concentration and the strain of the children. Thank you for such wonderful experiences!
    Klaus Fütting, Past President RC Remscheid, Germany

    The music competition of young artists is one of the most valuable samples to demonstrate how Rotary can operate for young generations without using simple solidarity gestures but trying to help children to express their qualities and forces that otherwise would risk to remain unexpressed. I think that whether each artist achieves some direct results or not, his involvement in this fantastic venture is in itself a means of development and spiritual enrichment. Furthermore this involvement shall mark in a strong and permanent manner the human and professional way of this young people in their whole life.
    Giambattista De Tommasi, District Governor 2008-2009, District 2120 (Puglia and Basilicata), PP RC Bari, Italy

    In May 2006 I attended a concert organized by RC Ravenna and performed by 6 young Russian musicians, laureates of Rotary music competition. Even if I am not a connoisseur in music, it was marvellous experience for me. I was really impressed by the rigorous engagement and the absolute concentration that children showed in their performance. I hope very much to attend once again this kind of concert and waiting for this occasion I express my gratitude to both people who help these children study and people who let them participate at such musical tours. These tours offer a great pleasure to the lucky people who attend the concerts and give children a further occasion to grow.
    Gianni Bassi, Governor 2007-2008, District 2070 Emilia Romana, Toscana & San Marino, PP RC Faenza

    Let me express my great thanks for the invitation to the Finals of the International Russian Rotary Children's Music Competition. I was delighted with the level of talent and skill of the young finalists. There is no doubt that your initiative is making significant contribution to the education and development of new outstanding musicians of the 21st century.
    Sergey Litovchenko
    Executive director of the Russian Managers Association

    Remscheid-Moskau: Bergische Rotarier fördern russische ,, Wunderkinder,,
    Moskau(red). Es ist nicht die naheliegendste Verbindung, aber eine ,,Achse des Guten,, allemal: Remscheid-Moskau. Wenn 10 Mitglieder des Remscheider Rotary-Clubs sich gemeinsam mit Angehörigen auf den Weg in die russische Hauptstadt machen, um Acht- bis Zwölfjährigen beim Musizieren zuzuhören, dann muss wohl etwas besonderes dahinter stecken. In der Tat. Zum zweiten mal fand an der Musikschule des weltberühmten Tschaikovsky-Konservatoriums der Internationaler Rotary-Musikwettbewerb für Kinder statt. Der Remscheider Präsident Klaus Fütting hatte die Idee zum Sponsern des 2. Preises in Höhe von 2.000 Euro aufgegriffen. Schnell war eine Reisegruppe mit Teilnehmern zwischen 21 und 82 Jahren beisammen, die in Moskau nicht nur am Wettbewerb teilnahmen, sondern auch ein anspruchsvolles Besichtigungsprogramm absolvierten.
    Remscheider General-Anzeiger

    Si chiama Alexandra Li, ha solo undici anni e viene da Korolev, la citta delle stelle, che ieri l’ha catapultata nelle capitale russa per vincere la quinta edizione della competizione musicale per bambini dagli otto ai 12 anni, organizzata dal Rotary club internazionale di Mosca e inclusa nell‘ Unione europea delle competizioni musicali per giovani.
    Dietrola competizione si nascondono storie del tipo ´´Sarano famosi´´ o da libro cuore. Come quella di Anna Denisova, che dopo aver vinto a nove anni il concorso del 2003, ha cominciato a suonare con l’orchestra di Vladimir Spivakov e si e esibita davanti alla Regina d’Olanda e al Presidente russo Vladimir Putin. O come quella di Elena Illinskaia, venuta dalla citta siberiana di Bratsk a Mosca per sbarcare il lunario insieme alla madre suonando nella metropolitana. Dormiva nella stazioni ferroviarie ma dopo essersi esibita alla gara del Rotary club internazionale di Mosca ha ricevuto un sussidio per pagari un appartamento nella capitale e frequentare il conservatorio la scuola di musica del conservatorio Ciaikovski.
    ( ANSA)

    PM/Schwerin 10.4.2013) – Die 11-jährige Schwerinerin Eva Gasparyan (Querflöte) hatte es Ende 2012 geschafft: sie gehörte zu den 16 von 47 Kindern aus aller Welt im Alter von 8 bis 12 Jahren, die für das Semifinale des 11. International Russian Rotary Children Music Competition in Moskau ausgewählt wurden. Eva Gasparyan aus der Klasse von Anne-Elisabeth Ramsenthaler am Konservatorium Schwerin und Frühstudentin der young academy an der HMT Rostock belegte im Semi-Finale in der Zentralen Musikschule des berühmten Moskauer Tschaikowski-Konservatoriums den beachtlichen 7. Platz und wurde ebenso wie ihre Lehrerin mit einem Diplom geehrt. Oberbürgermeisterin Angelika Gramkow gratuliert: “Eine großartige Leistung, mit 11 Jahren auf dem internationalen Parkett musikalisch herauszuragen. Neben dem Talent bedarf es aber auch einer hochkarätigen Ausbildung. Danken möchte ich an dieser Stelle Anne-Elisabeth Ramsenthaler.” Am Klavier wurde sie begleitet von Christiane Möckel. Nach dem Wettbewerb gab es noch einen ausgiebigen Stadtbummel, der über den nächtlich erleuchteten Roten Platz mit der Basilius-Kathedrale zu den goldenen Marien-Kirchen im Kreml, vorbei am Bolschoi-Theater, in das riesige Kaufhaus GUM und mit der Metro bis zum berühmten Boulevard in der Arbatskaya führte, wo der Erfolg gefeiert wurde.

    Hintergrund: Der International Russian Rotary Children Music Competition ist einer der bedeutendsten Musikwettbewerbe für Kinder von 8 bis 12 Jahren weltweit. Seit 2002 findet er jährlich in der Zentralen Musikschule des Tschaikowski-Konservatoriums in Moskau statt. 47 Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer aus neun Nationen hatten für die 1. Runde des 11. Wettbewerbs 2013 eine 25 minütige DVD-Aufnahme eingeschickt. Die Internationale Jury wählte 16 Semifinalisten aus, die Ende März nach Moskau reisten. Die junge Eva Gaspyryan konnte der Einladung durch die Unterstützung des Rotary-Clubs Schwerin folgen. Neben der Querflöte waren die Instrumente Klavier, Klarinette, Posaune, Harfe, Violine, Violincello, Trompete und Oboe vertreten. (MV-Zeitnah)

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  • Wikipedia über den Internationalen Rotary-Musikwettbewerb

    Wikipedia über den Internationalen Rotary-Musikwettbewerb

    http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internationaler_Rotary-Musikwettbewerb

  • Oberbürgermeisterin von Schwerin gratuliert Eva Gasparyan zum Erfolg beim Internationalen Rotary-Musikwettbewerb

    Die 11-jährige Schwerinerin Eva Gasparyan (Querflöte) hat den 7. Platz des 11. International Russian Rotary Children Music Competition in Moskau belegt. Eva Gasparyan aus der Klasse von Anne-Elisabeth Ramsenthaler am Konservatorium Schwerin und Frühstudentin der young academy an der HMT Rostock wurde ebenso wie ihre Lehrerin mit einem Diplom geehrt. 47 Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer aus 9 Nationen hatten für die 1. Runde des 11. Wettbewerbs 2013 eine 25 minütige DVD-Aufnahme eingeschickt. Die Internationale Jury wählte 16 Semifinalisten aus, die Ende März nach Moskau reisten. Die junge Eva Gasparyan konnte der Einladung durch die Unterstützung des Rotary-Clubs Schwerin folgen.
    Oberbürgermeisterin Angelika Gramkow gratuliert: „Eine großartige Leistung, mit 11 Jahren auf dem internationalen Parkett musikalisch herauszuragen. Neben dem Talent bedarf es aber auch einer hochkarätigen Ausbildung. Danken möchte ich an dieser Stelle Anne-Elisabeth Ramsenthaler.“ Am Klavier wurde sie begleitet von Christiane Möckel. Nach dem Wettbewerb gab es noch einen ausgiebigen Stadtbummel, der über den nächtlich erleuchteten Roten Platz mit der Basilius-Kathedrale zu den goldenen Marien-Kirchen im Kreml, vorbei am Bolschoi-Theater, in das riesige Kaufhaus GUM und mit der Metro bis zum berühmten Boulevard in der Arbatskaya führte, wo der Erfolg gefeiert wurde.
    Der International Russian Rotary Children Music Competition ist einer der bedeutendsten Musikwettbewerbe für Kinder von 8 bis 12 Jahren weltweit. Seit 2002 findet er jährlich in der Zentralen Musikschule des Tschaikowski-Konservatoriums in Moskau statt. Neben der Querflöte waren die Instrumente Klavier, Klarinette, Posaune, Harfe, Violine, Violincello, Trompete und Oboe vertreten.

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  • Semifinals of the 11th International Rotary Music Competition on Youtube

    Semifinals of the 11th International Rotary Music Comnpetition on Youtube
    Полуфинал Международного музыкального конкурса Ротари на Фейсбук

    http://www.youtube.com/user/Rotaryrus

  • Laureates of the International Rotary Music Competitions

    Laureates of the International Russian Rotary Children's Music Competition
    Laureaten des Internationalen Rotary-Musikwettbewerbs

    2002 : Roman Kim, Emma Alikova, Tatiana Shalaginova; Dmitri Shishkin, Dmitri Mayboroda
    2004 : Anna Denisova, Mikhail Mering, Anastasia Vorotnaya; Elena Ilyinskaya
    2005 : Narek Arutyunyan, Sergey Beliavsky, Dmitry Smirnov, Rimma Benyumova, Anastasia Kobekina, Timur Nardinov
    2006 : Anna Savkina, Ekaterina Rybina, Elena Prosolupova, Julia Vanyushina
    2007 : Alexandra Li, Vsevolod Brigida, Christina Toroschina, Anastasia Sokolova, Ekaterina Kornishina, Dmitry Umerenkov
    2008 : Martin Garcia Garcia, Ruslan Shainazarov, Dmitry Tyurin, Sarah Zajtmann, Arseni Bardovsky, Se Pel Tsoi
    2009 : Yeagy Park, Georgy Krizhenko, Naina Kobzareva, Viktor Maslov, Judith Stapf
    2010 : Pak Di Na, Taelia-Yaroslavna Aggejalfis, Jelin Lee, Anastasia Egorenkova, Mark Prikhodko, Arseni Mun
    2011 : Matvey Sherling, Roman Boldyrev, Andrei Zabavnikov, Rodion Synchyshin, Marja Tikhomirva, Daria Kalyuzhnaya
    2012 : Arina Pan, Marusya Matveeva, Sara Dragan, Inga Rodina, Patricia Bloma, Danila Vladyko
    2013 : Yi Ting Ong, Mariamna Sherling, Maria Andreeva, Polina Tarasenko , Robert Neumann, Daniel Lozakovitj

  • Web sites of the International Rotary Children's Music Competition

    http://josefmarous.blog.de/

    http://russianrotary-music.blog.de/

    www.rcmc-moscow.ru

    http://rotaryrus.blog.ru/

    www.facebook.com/pages/International-Russian-Rotary-Childrens-Music-Competition/136657313042650

  • Resultat des 11. Internationalen Rotary-Musikwettbewerbs

    XI. Internationaler Rotary-Musikwetbewerb für Kinder

    Am 31.März ging in der Zentralen Musikschule des Moskauer Konservatoriums P.I. Tchaikovsky der elfte Rotary Musikwettbewerb für Kinder zu Ende. Zum ersten mal in der Geschichte des Wettbewerbs haben 2 Teilnehmer aus Deutschland das Halbfinale in Moskau erreicht. Eva Gasparian, nominiert von RC Schwerin und Robert Neumann, nominiert von RC Böblingen-Schönbuch. Robert Neumann hat im Finale den 4 Platz erreicht, die bisher beste Platzierung eines deutschen Teilnehmers in diesem prestigeträchtigen und anspruchsvollen Wettbewerb, in dem Kinder aus 35 Ländern der Welt und 4 Kontinenten teilgenommen haben.
    Sieger des Rotary Musikwettbewerbs wurden Yi Ting Ong (RC Jurong Town, Singapore) und Mariamna Sherling (RC Moscow-International). Dritten Platz erreichte Maria Andreeva ( RC Moscow-Pokrovka) und den vierten Platz teilen sich Robert Neumann und Polina Tarasenko ( RC Kherson, Ukraine).
    Das Kuratorium des Internationalen Rotary –Musikwettbewerbs, dem auch der russische Außenminister Sergey Lavrov und weltbekannte Musiker angehören, organisiert für die russischen Rotary Laureaten Konzertreisen in Europa, vorzugsweise in Zusammenarbeit mit europäischen Rotary Klubs. Am 6. Mai werden Rotary Laureaten im Rahmen des Sächsischen Mozartfestivals mit Unterstützung des RC Chemnitz-Schlossberg ein Konzert in Chemnitz geben und am 27. Oktober ist mit Unterstützung der Marous Stiftung ein Konzert in Düsseldorf vorgesehen.
    Weitere Information über den Internationalen Rotary-Musikwettbewerb sind auf : www.rcmc-moscow.ru , www.russianrotary-music.blog.de und auf Facebook ( International Russian Rotary Children Music Competition)
    Der zwölfte Rotary Musikwettbewerb ist im September 2014 geplant.

  • Results of the 11th International Russian Rotary Music Competition

    Results of the 11th International Russian Rotary Children’s Music Competition

    Saturday March 30, 2013 started in the Central Music School of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory the semifinals of the 11th International RussianRotary Music Competition, to which 16 best participants of the competition were selected by the admission jury by evaluating the DVD with performances of all of the participants. Russia was represented in semifinals with 8 participants, Germany and Ukraine with 2 participants, Sweden, Serbia, North Korea and Singapore with 1 participant.
    The 9 members jury selected to the Finals :
    Maria Andreeva, Moscow, Russia – piano, 12 years
    Mariamna Sherling, Moscow, Russia – piano, 11 years
    Polina Tarasenko, Kherson, Ukraine – trombone, 11 years
    Yi Ting Ong, Singapore, - flute , 9 years
    Daniel Lozakovitj , Stockholm , Sweden – violin, 11 years
    Robert Neumann, Stuttgart, Germany – piano , 11 years
    For the first time in the history of the competition, Russian participants were in the minority in the Finals of the competition, which were plaid Sunday March 31 with orchestra.
    After the concerts in the Finals the jury has announced the results of the competition as follow:
    Jury awarded 2 first prizes to – Yi Ting Ong and Mariamna Sherling ( US$ 2.250 each)
    2nd prize was not awarded.
    3rd prize was awarded to Marie Andreeva ( 750 US$)
    Jura awarded two 4th Prizes to Robert Neumann and Polina Tarasenko ( 300 US$ each)
    5th prize was not awarded
    6th prize was awarded to Daniel Lozakovitj ( 300 US$)
    The semifinalists Eva Gasparian, Polina Shevliagina, Nikita Korniushin, Polina Makhina, Ma Sin A, Anastasia Karpenko, Alexander Doronin, Uliana Zhivitskaya, Nada Dornik, and Ilya Ovcharenko will receive US$ 200 each. ( From all prizes Russian income tax will be deducted)
    The special prize ( graphic art and diploma) from the European Union of Music Competitions for Youth ( EMCY) was awarded to Polina Tarasenko for the most original performance and public support.
    Following concerts will be organized for Russian laureates of the International Rotary Children's Music Competition in the following months: April 16 in Vienna ( organized by Paul Bruck), Mai 6 in Chemnitz, Germany ( organized by Marous Stiftung) and October 27 in Düsseldorf ( organized by Marous Stiftung).

  • Photos 11th Rotary Music Competition

    Photos from the 11th International Russian Rotary Children's Music Competition , March 30 and March 31, 2013, can be seen at flickr

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/rotarymusiccompetition/

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