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The competition is held in three age categories:

Younger group - up to 12 year, one round;

Middle group - from 13 to 17 years inclusive, one round;

Senior group - from 18 to 25 years inclusive, one round;

The competitive program participant can be free, not to exceed the time limit and it must be included the following compositions:

Younger group

Free program, which includes at least two diverse works.

Total duration of the performance should not exceed 10 minutes.

Middle group

Free program, which includes at least two diverse works.

Total duration of the performance should not exceed 25 minutes.

Senior group

Free program, which includes at least two diverse works.

1. 1st movement or 2nd and 3rd movements from a classical sonata by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven or Schubert.

2. A virtuoso work.

Total duration of the performance should not exceed 35 minutes.

All works are performed by memory.

Contestants are responsible for meeting the requirements for the repertoire.

Video recording requirements

A video recording made no earlier than January 1, 2020 is accepted for the competition.

The file must be uploaded  www.youtube.com or via the Cloud services Cloud Mail.Ru, Disk.yandex.ru, Google Drive or other file exchange. Only links to video files are accepted.

Professional and high-quality Amateur recording of the program is allowed.

A recording made during the period of self-isolation at home is allowed.

ATTENTION! Video recording must be performed without  off and stopping the camera, from start and until the end of the performance of one work, i.e. the work is performed without stopping and editing. Pauses in recording between works are allowed. During the performance of the program, the performer's hands, instrument, and face must be clearly visible on the video.

The recording must not contain editing or special effects.