1st Beethoven International Piano & Chamber Music Competition
CASH PRIZES and AWARDS
Updated on 1 March 2022
Prizes and Awards: Prize Winners of all categories of the JMI Beethoven Piano & Chamber Music Competition 2022 will stand to win monetary prizes, a special trophy and special mention certificates. Top prize winners of the Solo and Chamber Music categories will be invited to perform at the Beethoven Prize Winners’ Concert, at The Arts House (Chamber Hall) Singapore. The top prize winner of the Beethoven Collegiate and/or Artist Category will win an opportunity to perform at the concert SHINE! Concertos in Perspective.
All cash prizes are in Singapore Dollars. Prizes will only be awarded, subject to the jury’s unanimous agreement that the winners have attained international standards of performance.
Beethoven Artist Category (3 Top Prizes): Concerto Prize S$1000, and opportunity to perform at SHINE! Concertos in Perspective 2nd prize: S$800, 3rd prize: S$500
Beethoven Collegiate Category: Top prize S$800 Beethoven Youth Category: Top prize S$500 Beethoven Junior Category: Top prize S$300 Professional Chamber Music Category: Top Prize S$800 Youth Chamber Music Category: Top Prize S$500
Top prizes in the solo categories are sponsored by Chiu Piano Pte Ltd, dealer of premium pianos.
In the event of a tie in the top prizes, the monetary rewards will be shared equally between the prize winners. All Participants of PIANO SOLO categories will receive result transcripts and judged based on a total marking scheme of 150 points from the submitted repertoire to achieve the following prizes and awards. Customised plagues will be awarded to top winners.
All other Participants: Certificate of Merit (non finalists): 70 - 74 points Certificate of Participation (non finalists): below 70 points
Publicity Winner's portraits, and brief biographies will be featured and published on our website and on our Facebook page.
Transcript of Jury’s Comments We wish to provide the best learning opportunities for all participants. The jury’s comments and suggestions for improvements (in English), will be sent to all participants after the event.
Application Dates, Results and Changes in Festival Schedule:
Competition Application: 15th November to 28th February 2022 (Preliminary Round). Application has now closed.
Due to the high spike in current reported Covid numbers in Singapore, it is inappropriate to proceed with the planned Beethoven Prize Winners' Concert in April 2022. In its place, the organizers have arranged with sponsors to offer all finalists based in Singapore, a special invitation for a LIVE recording session of the Final Round.
Submission of all Final Round videos have to be received by 20th March 2022, 5pm Singapore time.
The Final Round will be LIVE streamed with LIVE judging. The date will be announced together with results of the preliminary round on 7th March 2022.
Festival online masterclasses will be held and arranged with participants nearer the dates.
The organisers hope to invite prize winners of this competition to perform in subsequent planned concerts scheduled later in 2022-2023 when the Covid situation improves and restrictions at concert venues are expected to be lifted.
If you have any questions, write to:
THE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
JOYEUX MUSIC INTERNATIONAL: 1, Jalan Keria, Mayfair Park Singapore 588529