Please provide a Programme of music for each round of the competition. You may repeat as many pieces as you wish from one round to the next, or none at all. You can choose to include in a round only one/two movements from a sonata - or concerto-type work (instead of the whole work) to ensure your programmes are of the required duration. A maximum of one piece per round may be changed by 29 March 2019 at 16.00 hours GMT.
If you wish to apply for the Sir John Manduell Prize, state which piece (maximum 7 minutes) you will be playing from your Preliminary Round programme for this (must have been composed, not arranged, after 1969).
Save your application to continue with it at a later date. Your application will not be considered until it has been completed. You will be able to login to your application using your ID (c9de72a4-3b52-4b39-a40d-2816863e46d8) and your email address.An email will be sent to your registered email with these details.
You will now be required to pay £50 through our online portal. Failure to do so will result in the application not being completed, and not being considered. The entry fee will be refunded if your entry is not accepted, but once you have been notified of acceptance it will be non-refundable. Once submitted you will not be able to edit your application.
The 2019 Competition will be held from 9th to 13th April in Routh Concert Hall at Bromsgrove School. The Finalists' Concert will take place on the evening of Saturday, 13th April at 7.00pm.
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