Prizes

The jury will award the following prizes in each category:

  1. Prize
    To all participants who score between 95 and 100 points
  2. Prize
    To all participants who score between 90 and 94.99 points
  3. Prize
    To all participants who score between 85 and 89.99 points

The jury may also award several special prizes.

The jury may, for example, award a prize for the best performance of a particular composer, whose birth or death is being commemorated in the year of the competition.

All participants who score below 85 points will receive certificates of participation.

The younger laureate is the overall winner, in the event that both competitors have an equal number of points.

The Laureates of each category can be only competitors who have won the 1st prize (95 -100 points).

The decisions of the jury are final and irrevocable.


Winners (laureates) of categories A to G are awarded cash prizes in the following amounts:


DISCIPLINE PIANO SOLO


The cash prize is indivisible

  • Pre-Category Laureate wins € 30 cash prize.
  • Category A Laureate wins a cash prize of € 50.
  • Category B Laureate wins a cash prize of € 80.
  • Category C Laureate wins a cash prize of € 100.
  • Category D Laureate wins a cash prize of € 120.
  • Category E Laureate wins a cash prize of € 150.
  • Category F Laureate wins a cash prize of € 200.
  • Category G Laureate wins € 250 cash prize.

DISCIPLINE PIANO DUO


The prize money is divided into two equal parts

  • Laureate I. Category wins a cash prize of 100 euros.
  • Laureate II. Categories wins a cash prize of 150 euros.
  • Laureate III. Categories wins a cash prize of € 200.
  • Laureate IV. Categories wins a cash prize of 250 euros.

Prizes are awarded at the end of the competition, at the final gala concert, with the mandatory presence of the Category Laureate for each discipline.

Special Prize for Performance of Sonata by D. Scarlatti – €100
Special Prize for the performance of L. van Beethoven on the occasion of his 250th birthday – €100

  • A special prize to the most successful teacher may be awarded by the jury at its discretion.
  • Decisions made by the jury are final and may not be appealed.
  • In case of doubt, the Bosnian version of the Competition Rules shall have precedence.