第4回TIPCについて

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Performance

Notes on Performances

  1. All performances shall be done by memory except for the commissioned piece and the piano quartet in Round 3.
  2. All performances will be open to the general public.
  3. Apartofyourperformancepiecemaybecutbecauseoftime constraints.

Change of performance piece

  1. If you registered online, you can request the change on our website.
  2. If you registered vial post mail, you can request the change via fax or email.
  3. Please submit your change request by 15 January 2018. The request is subject to review and approval.
    (E-mail: jimukyoku04@tipc.jp or FAX: +81-87-812-5584)

Order of Performance

  1. The performance order for contestants will be determined by lottery during the Contestant Orientation. The Chair of the Music Committee will draw lots at random.
  2. Contestants who cannot perform in the order specified will be disqualified.
  3. The order may be changed for the Final only, for the convenience of the program.

Piano Selection

  1. Contestants may play all pianos specified by the TIPC Office in order to select the piano.
  2. Contestants are permitted to change their choice of piano for the following round and for the final within one hour of the results of the previous round being announced. However, trying out the pianos will not be possible.

Practice Pianos

The following opportunities for practice will be provided to contestants free of charge during the competition. The practice time will be as follows.

  1. If contestants wish to practice on the day of registration, the TIPC Office will make every effort to prepare a room but it might not be possible depending on the venue.
  2. Four-hour practice slots per day in a room equipped with a piano from the day of Orientation. Four hours or more after Round 2, depending on the venue.
  3. Contestants will have one practice with the string players before Round 3, which will be within 90 minutes, in principle. Contestants will have a dress rehearsal before the performance.
  4. Finalists will be able to practice on a piano in a room designated by the Office from the day after the day of Round 3 until the final day of the performances in scheduled time slots.
  5. Contestants will have one practice with the orchestra for the Final, which will be within 90 minutes in principle (including the discussion with the conductor).