For All Categories - Piano Solo, Duet and Two-Pianos (Junior, Intermediate, Advanced and Professional)
All entries must be made on the official online form with payment of registration fees and submitted to Joyeux Music International by 1 May 2020.
Incomplete applications without payment or videos attached will not be processed.
No refund will be made once entries are submitted.
Changes to the repertoire submitted will be allowed till 15 May 2020.
Participants will be informed of their admission into the live competition rounds taking place on 20th or 21st June 2020. The following competition fees for each category are as follow, applicable to the Solo, Duet and Two-Piano Categories:
Junior S$90 (or US$70)
Intermediate $125 (or US$95)
Advanced $145 (or US$110)
Professional $165 (or US$ 125)
*Fees are payable in Singapore Dollars (S$) or Americian Dollars (US$)
Documents for Submission
The following documents must be submitted together with the online form
A recent photograph of the applicant; Scanned copy of birth certificate or document showing proof of age and nationality
Video Files for the screening round with a Youtube link or email a file in digital format.
The registration fee payable is S$35 (or US$28).
Applicants will receive email notification of the results of the video screening/audition within 2 weeks of submission. Upon acceptance, they will be required to make payments for the masterclasses and/or competition fees.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION By submission of the registration form, the applicant agrees to all of the abovementioned regulations as well as the following terms and conditions:
The registration and competition fee is neither refundable nor transferable. Participants need to submit the registration form online with video by 1 May 2020.
The organiser (“Joyeux Music International”) reserves the right to cancel or combine any competition round and category if there are insufficient applicants. In the event of cancellation, the registration fee will be refunded in full.
Where applicants perform unpublished works in manuscript form, the onus is on the applicant to obtain the necessary approval under the Copyright Act to perform such works during the competition. The organiser will not be responsible for any copyright or composer’s fee incurred should the applicant fail to do so. Additionally, applicants agree to indemnify the organiser against any action and/or claims for damages from any third party who owns the copyright
The organiser reserves the right to record all or part of the proceedings of the competition and related activities for promotional purposes without any payment to the applicants. The organiser retains all rights to the recorded materials.
Applicants who are unable to be present at the scheduled performance time may be disqualified.
Applicants and their supporters must not communicate with or attempt to influence the panel of judges. Any breach of this rule will result in an automatic disqualification of the applicant.
Photography, audio and video recording by the participants and their supporters are not allowed during the competition or for any other competition-related events.
In case of any dispute, the organiser’s decision shall be final and no discussion or correspondence will be entertained.
The organiser reserves the right to amend the rules and conditions of the competition.