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Centre Cultural la Llacuna

Carrer Mossén Cinto Verdaguer, 4

Edifici La Llacuna, 2n Pis

AD500 Andorra la Vella

Andorra

COMPETITION STAGE  I  CONCERTS THEATER

Centre de Congressos d'Andorra la Vella

Plaça del Poble, s/n

AD500 Andorra la Vella

Andorra

CONTACT

EFREM ROCA

General Manager  I  Artistic Director

Andorra Sax Fest

contact@andorrasaxfest.com

ASSOCIACIÓ DE SAXOFONISTES D'ANDORRA

Carrer Mossén Cinto Verdaguer, 4

Edifici La Llacuna, 2n Pis

AD500 Andorra la Vella

Andorra

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VII SOLO SAXOPHONE 2020
 
RULES
VII SOLO SAXOPHONE 2020
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JURY
VII SOLO SAXOPHONE 2020

CLAUDE DELANGLE

NACHO GASCÓN

PHILIPPE LECOCQ

VINCENT DAVID

MARIANO GARCÍA

NIKITA ZIMIN

JEAN-DENIS MICHAT

CHRISTOPHE GRÈZES

ANTONIO GARCÍA

 
REPERTOIRE
VII SOLO SAXOPHONE 2020

FIRST ROUND:

Compulsory Works:

Chant du Ménestrel opus 71 ...................................................... Alexander GLAZUNOV

Ed. M.P. Belaieff - Frankfurt

(Original key, free instrumentation, without previous piano rehearsal)

Étude 12 - Douze Études Caprices.....................................................Eugène BOZZA

SECOND ROUND:

3r mov. Sonata in A major for Violin and Piano .......................................... César FRANCK

III. Ben moderato: Recitativo-Fantasia

(Original key, free instrumentation)

Solo piece chosen by the contestant. It must be original for any member of the saxophone family. It must be published and transcriptions won´t be accepted unless is made by the composer and it´s published as well. The contestant will bring copies of the piece for the jury. It is recommended that the piece is shorter than 10 minutes. The piece could be longer than 10 minutes but the jury could stop the interpretation in the competition once it passes the 10 minutes mark.

FINAL ROUND:

Concertino Op. 17............................................................... Jeanine RUEFF

 
ENTRIES
VII SOLO SAXOPHONE 2020
 
PRIZES
VII SOLO SAXOPHONE 2020

First prize:

SELMER PARIS Alto Saxophone Series III Jubilé, offered by SELMER PARIS.

€3,000

A Performance accompanied by piano in ANDORRA SAX FEST'21

A Performance accompanied by organ during the INTERNATIONAL ORGAN FESTIVAL OF ANDORRA 2020.

Second prize:

€2,500

A Performance accompanied by string quartet in the "Cicle de Concerts Colors de Música d'Escaldes-Engordany (Andorra)", July / August 2020.

Third prize:

€2,000

A Performance accompanied by piano, site to be determined (Andorra)

Fourth prize:

€1,000

Fift prize:

€1,000

Sixth prize:

€1,000

SECOND ROUND: 100 € for each participant who does not pass to the FINAL ROUND.

 
VII SOLO SAXOPHONE 2020
ACCOMPANISTS

Takahiro Mita

Takahiro started his piano studies at age 5. He studied piano at the Tokyo National University of Music and Fine Arts with Mutsuko Kobayashi, where he obtained the highest score as a soloist. He received advice from many great pianists such as Vlado Perlemuter, Badura Skoda, Jorge Pludermacher, Jacque Rouvier, Vladimir Tropp and Aquiles Delle Vigne and furthered his piano studies at the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles with Jean- Claude Venden Eynden and Burkard Spinley.
There, he received the First Prize in Chamber Music and obtained the Higher Diploma in piano with Distinction. He has been participated in several national and international competitions, obtaining the First Prize from Japan’s Union of Education, First Prize at the Concurs Ciutat d’Osca, Second Prize at the Concurs Maria Canals (Barcelona), Third Prize and the Award to the Best Spanish Music Interpretation at the Concurs Ciutat de Carlet, Honor Award at TIM and Second Prize at the Concurs Ciutat de El Ferrol, where he also received the Audience Award and the Award to the Best Spanish Music Interpretation. Furthermore, he has been selected to take part in other prestigious competitions, such as the Queen Elisabeth Music Competition and the Sydney International Piano Competition.
In 2007 and 2008, he was invited to be a repertoire teacher at the Encuentro de Música y Academia de Santander.
He has performed in orchestras and has given many solo and chamber music recitals in Japan, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Italy and Spain.
He currently resides in Aragon, combining his concert life with his pedagogical activities as a professor at the Conservatori Superior d’Aragó.

Aniana Jaime

She began her musical studies at the Municipal School of Sariñena (Osca, Spain), and with a DPH scholarship, she continued them in Madrid with Rosa Mª Kucharski and at the Conservatories A. Soria, J. Turina and Superior of Madrid with Carmen Rubio, Anselmo de la Campa and Emilio Molina. She also followed PhD classes at the University of Saragossa and a Master of Interpretation at the Conservatory of Rotterdam (Netherlands) led by Aquilles delle Vigne.
She obtained the Pianistic Studies Scholarship D. Pedro Masaveu i Masaveu three times, as well as the Spanish Music Prize of the Guerrero Foundation in 2000, a scholarship Ibercaja for her studies and in 2010 she was awarded at the chamber music competition Mirabent i Magrans.
The Theatre Twee Hondjees Hellevoetsluis in the Netherlands, the Cervantes Institute in Vienna and the Salzburg Mozarteum University are some of the centers that hosted her recitals.
With her extended experience in chamber music interpretation, she joined the Duo Ànima in 2010 with the saxophonist Mariano García, playing a repertoire ranging from transcripts to music of the XXth century. She has collaborated with the Orchestra Martín i Soler and the Wind Symphony Orchestra of the Rotterdam Conservatory and her involvement with the Chamber Orchestra of the Zaragoza auditorium "Grup Enigma" has to be highlighted.
She worked as a teacher at the Superior Conservatory and Integrated Center P. A. Soler of Sant Lorenzo del Escorial, at the Professional Conservatory of Music of Zaragoza and she is currently an accompanist for the viola and cello teachers at the Superior Conservatory of Aragon.

 
 

Miriam started studying music when she was 6 years old with Daniel Areny. She has also been a student of Dolors Bellera and Josep Maria Escribano.
She obtained the Superior Piano Degree from the Municipal Conservatory of Barcelona in 1992 under the tutelage of maestro Miquel Farré. She then went on to receive a postgraduate scholarship from the Fundació Crèdit Andorrà that allowed her to study at the Trinity College of London with the pianist Kaoru Bingham, where she obtained two postgraduate degrees in piano performance. She has performed as a soloist, accompanying pianist and in chamber music orchestras.
She has participated in the Narciso Yepes Festival several times and in the Montserrat Caballé International Singing Competition, as well as performing in Madrid, Ljublyana, Strasbourg and Paris.

She was head of studies at the Institute of Music of the Comú of Andorra la Vella for 5 years, is also a certified Early Childhood teacher by IGEME (Instituto Gordon de Educación Musical España), and is currently a teacher of musical awareness, a piano teacher and pianist accompanying the Institut de Música del Comú d'Andorra la Vella and is doing the level 2 in Music Childhood Theory by Edwin Gordon for children from 3 to 6 years old.

Míriam Manubens

IV YOUTH SAX SOLO 2020
ACCOMPANISTS
PARTICIPANTS
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SOON PARTICIPANTS 2020
 
IV YOUTH SAX SOLO 2020
 
IV YOUTH SAX SOLO 2020
RULES
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IV YOUTH SAX SOLO 2020
JURY

CHRISTOPHE BOIS

VALENTIN KOVALEV

MATTHIEU DELAGE

FLORENCE LECOCQ

RUBÉN DOMINGO

NAHIKARI OLORIZ

 
REPERTOIRE
IV YOUTH SAX SOLO 2020
 

CATEGORY A:

L’éléphant et la poupée.................................Alain Crepin (Éditions Robert Martin)

CATEGORY B:

Espiritual et danse exòtique..........................................Jean Avignon (Éditions Gérard Billaudot)

CATEGORY C:

Light of Sothis.............................................Amy Quate (Éditions Leduc)

CATEGORY D:

Brillance (mov. 1st, 2nd & 3rd)..................................Ida Gotkovsky (Éditions Gérard Billaudot)

 

Tango-Études...................................Astor PIAZZOLLA

Studies solo saxophone (to be selected one study by the participant, Collection Claude Delangle)

ENTRIES
IV YOUTH SAX SOLO 2020
 
PRIZES
IV YOUTH SAX SOLO 2020
 

CATEGORY A:

FIRST PRIZE

€60 in SELMER & VANDOREN shopping vouchers provided by EUROMUSICA & MAFER

€50 in shopping vouchers SAXTIENDA.COM provided by ADOLPHESAX.COM & SAXTIENDA.COM

SECOND PRIZE

€50 in SELMER & VANDOREN shopping vouchers provided by EUROMUSICA & MAFER

THIRD PRIZE

€40 in SELMER & VANDOREN shopping vouchers provided by EUROMUSICA & MAFER

CATEGORY B:

FIRST PRIZE

€80 in SELMER & VANDOREN shopping vouchers provided by EUROMUSICA & MAFER

€50 in shopping vouchers SAXTIENDA.COM provided by ADOLPHESAX.COM & SAXTIENDA.COM

SECOND PRIZE

€70 in SELMER & VANDOREN shopping vouchers provided by EUROMUSICA & MAFER

THIRD PRIZE

€60 in SELMER & VANDOREN shopping vouchers provided by EUROMUSICA & MAFER

 

CATEGORY C:

FIRST PRIZE

€200 in SELMER & VANDOREN shopping vouchers provided by EUROMUSICA & MAFER

€100 in shopping vouchers SAXTIENDA.COM provided by ADOLPHESAX.COM & SAXTIENDA.COM

SECOND PRIZE

€160 in SELMER & VANDOREN shopping vouchers provided by EUROMUSICA & MAFER

THIRD PRIZE

125 € in SELMER & VANDOREN shopping vouchers provided by EUROMUSICA & MAFER

 

CATEGORY D:

FIRST PRIZE

YAMAHA YAS-480 Alto Saxophone offered by MUSICAL ANDORRÀ & YAMAHA.

€250 in shopping vouchers SAXTIENDA.COM provided by ADOLPHESAX.COM & SAXTIENDA.COM.

1 Kit BG, Ligature DUO, 1 Cordon LEATHER "Look Edition”, 1 DISCOVERY KIT provided by MUSICAL ANDORRÀ & BG FRANCE

A Performance accompanied by piano in ANDORRA SAX FEST'21

SECOND PRIZE

BUFFET CRAMPON PARIS 8101 Alto Saxophone offered by MUSICAL ANDORRÀ & BUFFET CRAMPON.

€300 in SELMER & VANDOREN shopping vouchers provided by EUROMUSICA & MAFER

2 CARBONISSIMO ligatures, one of alto saxophone and the other of your choice, offered by CARBONISSIMO

THIRD PRIZE

€200 in SELMER & VANDOREN shopping vouchers provided by EUROMUSICA & MAFER

1 CARBONISSIMO ligature, for alto saxophone offered by CARBONISSIMO

PARTICIPANTS
IV YOUTH SAX SOLO 2020
SOON PARTICIPANTS 2020