Australian International Chopin Piano Competition
Composition Competition 2017

About:

The Australian International Chopin Piano Competition Composition Competition seeks to promote the continuing legacy of the music of Fryderyk Chopin, and to promote young Australian composers by providing an opportunity to compose an original work for piano, based on a work of Chopin's.

In each edition of the competition, a specific work of Chopin's is chosen to form the inspiration of the new work, and the winning composition is included in the Piano Competitition as mandatory repertoire.

Please see the Requirements tab for information about the 2017 Competition.

Source Material:

Fugue in A Minor Op. Posth. (Paderewski Edition Vol XVIII)

Duration:

Between 10 and 15 minutes long.

Guidance for Competitors:

Jury:

Emeritus Professor Larry Sitsky AM

Competitor Requirements:

Prizes:

The prizes for the winning composition are as follows:

Rules:

Applications Selection and Prize

Applications:

To be submitted via online form here