Trophee Mondial 2021 – Online

Registrations for All Categories must be made between

1st July – 15th Aug 2021

 

COMPETITION HELD from 13 September  – 26 September 2021

 

Video’s for all 1st Round Trophée Mondial Categories to be submitted by Saturday 01 September 2021

Video’s for all 2nd Round Trophée Mondial Categories (Senior Classique, Senior Variete, Junior Classique, International Composition Contest Classique and “Variete”) to be submitted by Saturday 4th September 2021

Video’s for the 3rd Round Trophée Mondial (Senior Classique) to be submitted by Saturday 18th September 2021

 

Trophée Mondial Candidates may enter One Classique & One Varieté Category as well as Chamber Music & World Music

They MAY NOT ALSO ENTER any category in the International Open Trophy.

 

Past 1st Place Prizewinners may NOT enter the SAME category again.

 

 

Each program must be recorded in one continuous video:

no video interruption between the different works

 

No audio or video editing is accepted under penalty of disqualification (except sound effects mentioned on the Video Format rules).

The videos of the candidates must imperatively be recorded specifically for the Trophée Mondial 2021, and in no case be published under any platform whatsoever (Youtube, Facebook, Instagram…), before the end of the Competition (30th September 2021).

Each video will be checked upon receipt. The CMA Executive reserves the right to refuse any video that does not meet the criteria defined above.

 

International Jury

The International Jury is composed of the best international teachers, composers and performers. For the sake of fairness, honesty and objectivity, it is important to note that in the Trophée Mondial, each category is judged by a minimum of 15 jury members and the two lowest and highest marks are deleted for each candidate. The members of the international jury are not allowed to judge their own students (with whom they have had a teaching relationship within the last 2 years or of 2 years consecutive in the past), nor the candidates representing the same country, and absolutely not the right to communicate with each other about the candidates during the duration of the Trophée Mondial. The marks of each member of the jury are published on the Official Website of the Confédération Mondiale after the declaration of the results.

 

Entry Form

No registration can be validated if the payment is not made on paypal, and if the photograph of the candidates is not sent as indicated on the registration form.

Please respect the deadlines, as well as the specific details for the recording of the videos (Videos uploaded on Youtube in link “Unlisted “, insertion of the poster in” Thumbnail “, etc). All of these details are explained in several languages on the video page. Do not hesitate to contact the national delegates or members of the CMA Executive in case of doubt.

 

Senior Classique

Maximum Age: 35 years in the year of the Competition (born 1986 or later)

1st Prize : €3000 2nd Prize : €1000 3rd Prize : €500

 

 

1st Round: The candidates must perform in the order of their choice:

 

A Baroque work of their choice.

 

A Melodic work of their choice.

 

A Virtuosic work of their choice.

 

Notes:

At least one piece / melodic or virtuosic must be written originally for accordion. Duration of program: 20 mins maximum. Each of the 3 pieces will be marked individually by each member of the jury. The order of interpretation of the 3 pieces in the programme is the choice of the candidate. Examples of “Melodic” pieces: Romance by Franck Angelis, Kalina Krasnaya by Viatcheslav Semionov, Barcarolle by Rachmaninov, etc… Examples of “Virtuosic” pieces: SOS Caprice by Viatcheslav Semionov, Boite à Rythme by Franck Angelis, La Danse des Gnomes by Franz Liszt, etc…

 

 

2nd Round: Each candidate must interpret one COMPLETE ORIGINAL WORK for accordion.

Duration: Between 15 and 30 minutes.

 

Notes:

Indicative timing / no penalties will be imposed.

 

 

3rd Round: Free Programme – which must contain at least one ORIGINAL PIECE for the accordion.

Duration: 20 mins minimum / 30 mins maximum

 

 

Junior Classique

Maximum Age: 18 years in the year of the Competition (born 2003 or later)

1st Prize : €500 2nd Prize : €300 3rd Prize : €100

 

 

1st Round: The candidates must perform in the order of their choice:

 

A Baroque work of their choice.

 

A Melodic work of their choice.

 

A Virtuosic work of their choice.

 

Notes:

At least one piece / melodic or virtuosic must be written originally for accordion. Duration of program: 20 mins maximum. Each of the 3 pieces will be marked individually by each member of the jury The order of interpretation of the 3 pieces in the program is the choice of the candidate. Examples of “Melodic” pieces: Romance by Franck Angelis, Kalina Krasnaya by Viatcheslav Semionov, Barcarolle by Rachmaninov, etc… Examples of “Virtuosic” pieces: SOS Caprice by Viatcheslav Semionov, Boite à Rythme by Franck Angelis, La Danse des Gnomes by Franz Liszt, etc…

 

 

2nd Round: Free program – which must contain at least one ORIGINAL PIECE for the accordion.

 

 

Duration: 15 mins minimum / 20 mins maximum.

Notes:

In both classical categories the CMA Executive Committee will decide the number of candidates admitted to the second (Third) round.

 

 

Masters

Maximum age: 35 years in the year of the competition (born 1986 or later)

1st Prize : €1000 2nd Prize : €500 3rd Prize : €300

 

 

One Round ONLY: Free Programme – which must contain at least one BAROQUE WORK and one ORIGINAL PIECE for the accordion.

 

Duration: 15 mins minimum / 20 mins maximum.

 

 

Senior Variete

Maximum Age: 35 years in the year of the Competition (born 1986 or later)

1st Prize : €1000 2nd Prize : €500 3rd Prize : €300

 

 

1st Round: Free Program – which must consist of A MAXIMUM of 2 PIECES of different styles and character.

 

Duration: 7 mins maximum.

 

 

2nd Round: Free Program – which must consist of at least 2 pieces of different styles and Character.

 

 

Duration: 9 mins maximum.

 

 

Notes:

In this Category the CMA Executive Committee will decide the number of candidates admitted to the second round.

 

 

Junior Variete

Maximum Age: 18 years in the year of the Competition (born 2003 or later)

1st Prize : €500 2nd Prize : €300 3rd Prize : €100

 

 

One Round ONLY: Free Program – which must consist of at least 2 pieces of different styles and Character.

 

Duration: 12 mins maximum.

 

World Music

The aim of this Category is to present a musical concept.

 

1st Prize : €500

 

 

The category is open to entries from Soloists or Ensembles (maximum number of Players is 6). At least one instrument with bellows must be included which can be Accoustic, Digital, Electronic – Diatonic or Chromatic.

 

 

One Round ONLY: Free Program.

 

Duration: 15 mins maximum.

 

 

Junior Chamber Music

Maximum Age: 18 years in the year of the Competition (all members born 2003 or later)

1st Prize : €300

 

 

The category is open to Accordion Ensembles and Chamber Ensembles including at least one accordion (maximum number of Players is 6).

 

 

One Round ONLY: Free Programme consisting of pieces of different style, mainly original for the formation of the ensemble excluding Entertainment Music.

 

Duration: 15 mins / 20 mins maximum.

 

 

Senior Chamber Music

Maximum Age: No age limit.

 

1st Prize : €500

 

 

The category is open to Accordion Ensembles and Chamber Ensembles including at least one accordion (maximum number of Players is 6).

 

 

One Round ONLY: Free Programme consisting of pieces of different style, mainly original for the formation of the ensemble excluding Entertainment Music.

 

Duration: 20 mins / 25 mins maximum.

 

 

International Composition Contest

Composition Classique: 1st Prize €500

 

Composition Variete: 1st Prize €300

 

 

The composition submitted by the composer must be submitted without his/her name on the score (it is important that the name of the composer does not appear also on the video). The video must be sent to the General Secretary Anna BODELL for uploading onto youtube – this is to preserve the anonymity of the composer.

The purpose of this category is to encourage composers to create Classique and Variete repertoire.

 

 

Each Composition must be submitted beforehand in Audio and Score format (manuscript or digital) by email to Anna BODELL before Saturday 4th September 2021.

 

 

A pre-selection will be made by Audio only, communicated to the jury of the Trophée Mondial in an “anonymous” way – One more time without mentioning the name of the composer. The works selected by the international jury will be presented by video (youtube link) at the Trophée Mondial Online of september.

 

RULES FOR TROPHEE MONDIAL

Registrations for All Categories must be made between

1st July – 15 August 2021

 

Video’s for all 1st Round Trophée Mondial Categories to be submitted by Saturday 01st September 2021

Video’s for all 2nd Round Trophée Mondial Categories (Senior Classique, Senior Variete, Junior Classique, International Composition Contest Classique and “Variete”) to be submitted by Saturday 01st September 2021

Video’s for the 3rd Round Trophée Mondial (Senior Classique) to be submitted by Saturday 01stSeptember 2021

 

Trophée Mondial Candidates may enter One Classique & One Varieté Category as well as Chamber Music & World Music

They MAY NOT ALSO ENTER any category in the International Open Trophy.

 

Past 1st Place Prizewinners may NOT enter the SAME category again.

 

 

Each program must be recorded in one continuous video:

no video interruption between the different works

 

No audio or video editing is accepted under penalty of disqualification (except sound effects mentioned on the Video Format rules).

The videos of the candidates must imperatively be recorded specifically for the Trophée Mondial 2021, and in no case be published under any platform whatsoever (Youtube, Facebook, Instagram…), before the end of the Competition (30th September 2021).

Each video will be checked upon receipt. The CMA Executive reserves the right to refuse any video that does not meet the criteria defined above.

 

International Jury

The International Jury is composed of the best international teachers, composers and performers. For the sake of fairness, honesty and objectivity, it is important to note that in the Trophée Mondial, each category is judged by a minimum of 15 jury members and the two lowest and highest marks are deleted for each candidate. The members of the international jury are not allowed to judge their own students (with whom they have had a teaching relationship within the last 2 years or of 2 years consecutive in the past), nor the candidates representing the same country, and absolutely not the right to communicate with each other about the candidates during the duration of the Trophée Mondial. The marks of each member of the jury are published on the Official Website of the Confédération Mondiale after the declaration of the results.

 

Entry Form

No registration can be validated if the payment is not made on paypal, and if the photograph of the candidates is not sent as indicated on the registration form.

Please respect the deadlines, as well as the specific details for the recording of the videos (Videos uploaded on Youtube in link “Unlisted “, insertion of the poster in” Thumbnail “, etc). All of these details are explained in several languages on the video page. Do not hesitate to contact the national delegates or members of the CMA Executive in case of doubt.

Senior Classique

Maximum Age: 35 years in the year of the Competition (born 1986 or later)

1st Prize : €3000 2nd Prize : €1000 3rd Prize : €500

 

 

1st Round: The candidates must perform in the order of their choice:

 

A Baroque work of their choice.

 

A Melodic work of their choice.

 

A Virtuosic work of their choice.

 

Notes:

At least one piece / melodic or virtuosic must be written originally for accordion. Duration of program: 20 mins maximum. Each of the 3 pieces will be marked individually by each member of the jury. The order of interpretation of the 3 pieces in the programme is the choice of the candidate. Examples of “Melodic” pieces: Romance by Franck Angelis, Kalina Krasnaya by Viatcheslav Semionov, Barcarolle by Rachmaninov, etc… Examples of “Virtuosic” pieces: SOS Caprice by Viatcheslav Semionov, Boite à Rythme by Franck Angelis, La Danse des Gnomes by Franz Liszt, etc…

 

 

2nd Round: Each candidate must interpret one COMPLETE ORIGINAL WORK for accordion.

Duration: Between 15 and 30 minutes.

 

Notes:

Indicative timing / no penalties will be imposed.

 

 

3rd Round: Free Programme – which must contain at least one ORIGINAL PIECE for the accordion.

Duration: 20 mins minimum / 30 mins maximum

 

 

Junior Classique

Maximum Age: 18 years in the year of the Competition (born 2003 or later)

1st Prize : €500 2nd Prize : €300 3rd Prize : €100

 

 

1st Round: The candidates must perform in the order of their choice:

 

A Baroque work of their choice.

 

A Melodic work of their choice.

 

A Virtuosic work of their choice.

 

Notes:

At least one piece / melodic or virtuosic must be written originally for accordion. Duration of program: 20 mins maximum. Each of the 3 pieces will be marked individually by each member of the jury The order of interpretation of the 3 pieces in the program is the choice of the candidate. Examples of “Melodic” pieces: Romance by Franck Angelis, Kalina Krasnaya by Viatcheslav Semionov, Barcarolle by Rachmaninov, etc… Examples of “Virtuosic” pieces: SOS Caprice by Viatcheslav Semionov, Boite à Rythme by Franck Angelis, La Danse des Gnomes by Franz Liszt, etc…

 

 

2nd Round: Free program – which must contain at least one ORIGINAL PIECE for the accordion.

 

 

Duration: 15 mins minimum / 20 mins maximum.

Notes:

In both classical categories the CMA Executive Committee will decide the number of candidates admitted to the second (Third) round.

 

 

Masters

Maximum age: 35 years in the year of the competition (born 1986 or later)

1st Prize : €1000 2nd Prize : €500 3rd Prize : €300

 

 

One Round ONLY: Free Programme – which must contain at least one BAROQUE WORK and one ORIGINAL PIECE for the accordion.

 

Duration: 15 mins minimum / 20 mins maximum.

 

 

Senior Variete

Maximum Age: 35 years in the year of the Competition (born 1986 or later)

1st Prize : €1000 2nd Prize : €500 3rd Prize : €300

 

 

1st Round: Free Program – which must consist of A MAXIMUM of 2 PIECES of different styles and character.

 

Duration: 7 mins maximum.

 

 

2nd Round: Free Program – which must consist of at least 2 pieces of different styles and Character.

 

 

Duration: 9 mins maximum.

 

 

Notes:

In this Category the CMA Executive Committee will decide the number of candidates admitted to the second round.

 

 

Junior Variete

Maximum Age: 18 years in the year of the Competition (born 2003 or later)

1st Prize : €500 2nd Prize : €300 3rd Prize : €100

 

 

One Round ONLY: Free Program – which must consist of at least 2 pieces of different styles and Character.

 

Duration: 12 mins maximum.

 

World Music

The aim of this Category is to present a musical concept.

 

1st Prize : €500

 

 

The category is open to entries from Soloists or Ensembles (maximum number of Players is 6). At least one instrument with bellows must be included which can be Accoustic, Digital, Electronic – Diatonic or Chromatic.

 

 

One Round ONLY: Free Program.

 

Duration: 15 mins maximum.

 

 

Junior Chamber Music

Maximum Age: 18 years in the year of the Competition (all members born 2003 or later)

1st Prize : €300

 

 

The category is open to Accordion Ensembles and Chamber Ensembles including at least one accordion (maximum number of Players is 6).

 

 

One Round ONLY: Free Programme consisting of pieces of different style, mainly original for the formation of the ensemble excluding Entertainment Music.

 

Duration: 15 mins / 20 mins maximum.

 

 

Senior Chamber Music

Maximum Age: No age limit.

 

1st Prize : €500

 

 

The category is open to Accordion Ensembles and Chamber Ensembles including at least one accordion (maximum number of Players is 6).

 

 

One Round ONLY: Free Programme consisting of pieces of different style, mainly original for the formation of the ensemble excluding Entertainment Music.

 

Duration: 20 mins / 25 mins maximum.

 

 

International Composition Contest

Composition Classique: 1st Prize €500

 

Composition Variete: 1st Prize €300

 

 

The composition submitted by the composer must be submitted without his/her name on the score (it is important that the name of the composer does not appear also on the video). The video must be sent to the General Secretary Anna BODELL for uploading onto youtube – this is to preserve the anonymity of the composer.

The purpose of this category is to encourage composers to create Classique and Variete repertoire.

 

 

Each Composition must be submitted beforehand in Audio and Score format (manuscript or digital) by email to Anna BODELL before Saturday 1st September 2021.

 

 

A pre-selection will be made by Audio only, communicated to the jury of the Trophée Mondial in an “anonymous” way – One more time without mentioning the name of the composer. The works selected by the international jury will be presented by video (youtube link) at the Trophée Mondial Online of september.