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    Some websites SOTW should be aware of:

    ARD Munich International (has saxophone every couple of years):

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARD_Int...ic_Competition

    International Music Competition Pacem in Terris.
    Open for wind instruments in Bayreuth at the end of September every 2 years. 1st Prize is 6000€:

    http://www.musiccompetition-paceminterris.de/

    International Music Competition of Marco Fiorindo.
    Open randomly for Saxophone and Clarinet in Turin (Italy), usually middle of December every year. The Selmer saxophone will be given to the winner of the competition:

    http://www.fiorindo.org/

    International Saxophone Competition in Slovenia.
    Open for Saxophonist younger then 26. The competition takes place every 2 years in the beginning of July. There are 3 age categories. Obligatory work is a piece by Slovenian composer, written especially for the competition:

    http://www.kulturnidom-ng.si/eng/gla...ekmovanje.html

    Adolphe Sax International Competition.
    Open for all saxophonists at the end of January every 2 years.
    A Selmer saxophone will be given to the winner of the competition:

    http://www.delagemusic.fr/musique/in...p?rub=13&id=33

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    Does anyone know about Dinant 2010? Is there a website?

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    I just found out that the Mana Quartet from Florida State won the Alice Coleman prize in the Coleman Chamber Music Competition today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bezozzi View Post
    I just found out that the Mana Quartet from Florida State won the Alice Coleman prize in the Coleman Chamber Music Competition today.
    Congratulations to the quartet! Here's some further details:

    ALICE COLEMAN PRIZE - $7,500
    Mana Quartet
    Florida State University
    Michael Hernandez, Soprano Sax
    Michael Mortarotti, Alto Sax
    Joshua Meyers, Tenor Sax
    Dannel Espinoza, Baritone Sax
    Patrick Meighan, Coach
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    Thank you all!

    I believe that we are the first saxophone quartet to win the Grand Prize from Coleman. So it is a victory for the entire saxophone community!
    http://www.manaquartet.com
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    soprano saxophonist, Project Fusion

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    Thumbs up Iowa State MTNA 2009

    Congratulations to the 1st and 2nd place saxophone quartets in today's Iowa MTNA Chamber Music competition. Both groups represented our instrument beautifully!

    1st place:

    Axius Quartet (University of Iowa)
    Stephen Page- Soprano Saxophone (DMA)
    Colin Young- Alto Saxophone (DMA)
    Ryan Smith- Tenor Saxophone (DMA)
    Nathan Bogert- Baritone Saxophone (MA)

    2nd place/Alternate:

    Asta Quartet (Drake University)
    Carli Conner- Soprano Saxophone (1st year B.M. Perf/MusEd)
    Becca Mataloni- Alto Saxophone (1st year B.A. Journalism/Music)
    Matthew Winkler- Tenor Saxophone (3rd year Pharmacy)
    Stella Hart- Baritone Saxophone (2nd year B.A. Mus/English)
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    I was contacted and asked to post this. Further information at the web link and contact info below.

    international saxophone competition
    13-14 march 2010 Paris-Ville d’Avray.


    program

    1st round :

    1/ Nicolas BACRI : Sonatina lapidaria sax.alt. (Editions Leduc)

    2/ Pascal ZAVARO : Rush sax.alto (Editions Billaudot)

    3/ Pierre-Philippe BAUZIN : Poème sax.alt. (Editions pierrephilippebauzin@free.fr) )

    OU VILLA-LOBOS : Fantasia sax.sop. ou tén. (Ed.Peer music)

    OU F.MARTIN : Ballade sax.tén (Ed. Universal) OU : D.MILHAUD : Scaramouche (Ed. Salabert)

    finale :

    1/ Florent SCHMITT : Légende sax.alto (Editions Durand)

    2/ Philippe HERSANT : Chant hassidique sax.alto (Editions Durand)

    3/ Jean-Louis PETIT : L’un multiple sax. alto (Editions Armiane)

    Sheet music for the Ville d’Avray/Paris international saxophone competition can be purchased at :

    Editions ARMIANE 12 rue d’Anjou, F-78000 Versailles e-mail : armiane@online.fr tel : 01 39 49 00 19

    Jury : Nicolas Prost, Christian Wirth, Claude Delangle, Jean-Louis Petit

    competition regulations :

    1/ The competition is open to all saxophonist’s of any nationality without age limit.

    2/ The first round will be held on 13 March 2010 and the finals will be on 14 march 2010 at 5 pm. The final round is open to the public.

    3/ The competition registration fee is 50 euros.

    4/ The Contestants will be notified as to what time they will compete in the first round. Contestants names will be randomely drawn on 1 march 2010 the schedualed according to the order in which they were drawn. Deadline of sending back the application form : 1 mars 2010.

    5/ The juries decisions cannot be appealed.

    Application

    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    Name : Last . . . . . . . . . . . . . . First. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    adress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . City . . . . . . . . . . Country . . . . . .Postal Code . . .

    téléphone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .fax . . . . . . . . . . e-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    I have applied to participate in the International Paris Saxophone Competition and have understood all the rules of this competition.

    Enclosed is a check for 50 euros made out to Festival de Musique Française.

    date signature

    Please adress your application to :

    FESTIVAL DE MUSIQUE FRANCAISE

    attn : Jean-Louis PETIT

    34 Avenue Bugeaud

    F-75116 PARIS tel.(33.8).77 11 14 57

    e-mail : jlpetit@jeanlouispetit.com

    (adress of the competition : Chateau, 8 rue de Marnes, 92410 Ville d’Avray.)

    prizes awarded

    First Prize : 1500 euros / Second Prize : 1000 euros / Prix du Conseil Général des Hauts de Seine, Prix de la Commune de Ville d’Avray), Prix du Public

    Competition sponsered in part by SACEM, SPEDIDAM, General Council Hauts de Seine, Communauté de Communes “Arc de Seine”, Commune and Concerts Association Ville d’Avray, Editions Armiane-Versailles.

    http://int.comp.paris.va.free.fr/index.html


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    I was asked by my teacher to post this here....

    The rules and regulation for the 3rd Jean Marie Londeix Competition is out and currently available on Facebook:

    http://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo#!/...40068629337503

    Please kindly read it through and contact Professor Shyen Lee at the Mahidol College of Music at shyenl@gmail.com if you have any further questions.

    Yours truly,
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    I did the MTNA last year, and I would reccomend it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zxcvbnm View Post
    Anything in southern California ?
    I don't want to sound snarky here, z, but how do you think someone with setups like yours would do in competitions sponsored by instrument makers? Also, how the heck does such a player wind up in California to begin with?
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    I'm not sure I understand the first question, is it an implication that judging is rigged or biased by the sax companies that sponsor it?
    And to the second question, not pedagogically, that's for sure. My teacher is actually plays a Yani and a vandoren mouthpiece and teaches at UCLA.

    Anyways, I was going to do the redlands competition but I missed the deadline this year. Is there anything else in California or even in the US? Lol.
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    II Międzynarodowy Konkurs Saksofonowy, Łódź 2012
    II International Sax Competiton, Łódź (Poland) 2012

    Competition will be held on 28 April- 4 May 2012
    The main awards are the alto and soprano saxophones's SELMER
    The competition is a three-stage, will be held in two age groups:
    First - for born after 4 may 1991
    Second- for born after 4 May 1983

    Program Second Group:
    1 round:
    Piet Swerts – Klonos Ascolta
    and
    Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach – Sonata a-moll flute solo, cz. I i II urtext/VEB F. Hofmeister, Musikverlag, Leipzig
    Johann Sebastian Bach – Partita a-moll na flet solo cz.I i II urtext/Peters
    or
    Johann Sebastian Bach – Partita a-moll flute solo cz.I i II urtext/Peters

    2 round:
    Ida Gotkovsky – Variations Pathetique, cz. 6

    and 1 from:
    Luciano Berio – Sequenza IXb
    Luciano Berio – Sequenza VIIb (sopran)
    Ryo Noda – Improwizacje (2 z 3)
    Christian Lauba – Etiuda (choice of one)
    Giacinto Scelsi – Tre pezzi
    Karlheinz Stockhausen – In Freundschaft
    Fuminori Tanada – Mysterious Morning III (sopran)

    and 1 from:

    Jean Absil – Sonate
    Roger Boutry – Divertimento
    Jacques Charpentier – Gavambodi II
    Philip Decruck – Sonate
    Edison Denisov – Sonate
    Alfred Desenclos – Prelude, Cadence et Finale
    Andrzej Dutkiewicz – Danse Triste (PWM)
    Frank Martin – Ballade
    Boris Mersson – Fantasia
    Henri Sauget – Sonatine bucolique
    Florent Schmitt – Legende op. 66
    Erwin Schulhoff – Hot Sonate
    Heitor Villa Lobos – Fantasia (soprano)
    Takashi Yoshimatsu – Fuzzy Bird Sonata
    Phil Woods – Sonata

    3 round:

    Roman Palester – Concertino (PWM)

    and one from:
    Aleksander Głazunow – Concerto Leduc/Barenreiter
    Jacques Ibert – Concertino da camera Leduc
    Lars-Erik Larsson – Koncert, cz. II i III Gehrmans


    Program competition in Polish http://www.amuz.lodz.pl/dmdocuments/program_sax_pl.pdf

    Enjoy

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    There will be an International Saxophone Symposium and Competition hosted at the Schwob School of Music (Columbus, GA) in October of 2012. I heard the awards for first prize might include a saxophone and generous cash. I think Claude Delangle will be a featured soloist. Definitely something you guys might want to check out! Stay tuned for more info!

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    The International Saxophone Symposium And Competition (ISSAC) will be held October 25-28, 2012 at Columbus State University's Schwob School of Music in Columbus, GA.
    This is a brand new event that features a classical competition (age limit is under 30), a recital by Claude Delangle and masterclasses by Mr. Delangle, Cliff Leaman, Joe Lulloff, and Tim McAllister. There will also be an Exhibit Hall open throughout the event.
    The competition judges are Jan Baker, Griff Campbell, Otis Murphy, Julia Nolan, and Steve Stusek. The first deadline for the competition is June 15, 2012 and requires the submission of a recording (see website for rep) and $50.
    For more information, please check out ISSAC's website: http://music.columbusstate.edu/events/saxophone/
    For regular updates on the event, please "like" ISSAC on Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/7sh3kfg
    You can also follow ISSAC on Twitter: http://tinyurl.com/872zork

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    INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION OF YOUNG PERFORMERS
    “GOLDEN SAXOPHONE OF ODESSA”



    Ukraine, 65007
    Odessa
    Panteleymonovskaya str. 88/1 of. 42
    E-mail: saxanna@inbox.ru

    ??l-fax: +38 048 784 15 73
    ??l. +38 093 516 52 82
    http://goldensax.od.ua
    http://www.facebook.com/groups/147885032023963/

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    Department of Culture and Tourism of Odessa Municipality, the South Ukrainian National Pedagogical University named after K.D. Ushynsky, The Academy of music named after professor P.S. Stolyarsky, Organizing committee invite saxophonists in age to 25 years old to participate in the First international competition «Gold saxophone of Odessa», dedicated to 80th anniversary of The Musical School named after professor P.S. Stolyarsky. The Festival-competition is held under patronage of the governor of Odessa region Edward Matviychuk.

    Sax contest runs from 31 October to 4 November 2013
    Venue: of The Musical School named after professor P.S. Stolyarsky, the Southern Ukrainian National Pedagogical University named after K.D. Ushynsky.
    Age groups:
    1. To 17.
    2. from 18 to 25
    Members of jury are: Alain Crepin (Belgium), Margarita Shaposhnikova (Russia), Yuriy Vasilevich (Ukraine), Nikita Zimin (Russia-France) and famous composer Maestro Roberto Marino (Italy).
    The jury awards the “Winner” of 1,2,3 degree, the “Diplomant” of 1,2 and 3th degree in every age group and awards the Grand Prix (SAXOPHONE).
    All participants are awarded by diplomas and souvenirs.
    Participants pay transportation costs and accommodation independently. In case of need the organizing committee can book the hotel according to the preliminary application. Participation fee: Junior group - 50 Euros, the Senior group – 70 Euros (at the rate of NBU).
    Application are accepted till: 1.06.2013 to the address: Ukraine, Odessa, 65007 Panteleymonovskaya St., 88/1 ?f. 42. Bodies faxes +38 048 784 15 73, saxanna@inbox.ru
    The author of the project - the Winner of the international competitions, saxophone teacher of the Southern Ukrainian National Pedagogical University named after K.D. Ushynskiy - Anna Stepanova

    Program:
    Junior group
    I tour:
    1. Composition of classical repertoire of a large form (sonatina, sonata, concert, concertino)
    For example: * L.Vinci, * J.S.Bach's Sonata g moll *or other work of classical repertoire of a large form on a choice of the participant, corresponding to his preparation.
    2. Popular piece:
    For example: * Z.Abreu "Tiko-tiko" * V. Kerma «Rudi's Fingers» * P. Itturalde «Pequena Czardas»
    * J. France of «5 exotic dances» * A.Rivchun «The concert etude»
    * or other virtuosic piece on a choice of the participant, corresponding to his preparation
    II round:
    1. Roberto Marino “Latin partita” (notes will be sent after contribution transfer).
    2. The play of that country which is represented by the participant (duration: 5-7 minutes)
    Senior group
    I tour
    1. The composition of a large form on a choice of the participant
    For example: * Pierre-Max Dubois Concertino
    * A.Desenclos «Prelude, cadence, final»
    * G. Kalinkovich «A concert capriccio on the subject of Paganini»
    * or other work of a large form on a choice of the participant, corresponding to this level of complexity
    2. The popular virtuosic piece on a choice of the participant
    For example:
    * P. Itturalde «Suite Hellenique» * J. Matitia Devil’s Rag *or other virtuosic piece on a choice of the participant, corresponding to this level of complexity.
    II round:
    1. Roberto Marino “Rastrelli toccata”
    2. The piece of the composer of the country which is represented by the participant (duration: 5-7 minutes)
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    The 5th JMLISC is open for registration. Deadline for application: April 30, 2017/

    https://www.music.mahidol.ac.th/jmlisc/

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