Prizes:

A 1 / preliminary round

500,- € for the best interpretation of the sonata by  Wolfgang Jacobi 

             (donated by descendants of Wolfgang Jacobi)

A 2,  A 3 / main round and semifinal

500,- € special prize for the best interpretation of the partita by Erwin Dressel

             (donated by GEMA-Foundation)

500,- € special prize for the best interpretation of the solo-sonata by Harald Genzmer

             (donated by Harald-Genzmer-Foundation) 

500,- € Ursula - Mamlok - Specialprice for the best interpretation of „Rückblick“ for alto saxophone and piano by Ursula Mamlok.

             (donated by Dwight and Ursula Mamlok-Foundation) 

150,- € A special prize for the best interpretation of the 1st movement of the sonata by Gustav Bumcke, the obligatory piece in the main round, is planned (see also: oeuvre list)

 

A 4 / final

The winners of the final round are to receive monetary awards as listed below:

1st prize:          1.000,- € (100,- € credit note by Chlil Musikverlag)

2nd prize:           750,- €

3rd prize             500,- €

 

The instrument maker Karsten Gloger (Groningen/Netherland) will be present throughout the competition process and donate an individually adapted handcrafted full-silver neck. Karsten Gloger is also a flautist, Erhu-player and conceptual working sound artist.