The 2nd Hong Kong International Young Musicians Competition Rules
The competition is organized by The Association of Hong Kong International Music Competition.
Application deadline : Monday, 2 July 2022.
Any application, payment or video collected after the deadlines (First Round and Final) will not be accepted.
All applicants who participate in the 2nd Hong Kong International Young Musicians Competition must fill in the online applications through hkiymc.com.
– All videos must be saved in google drive or YouTube and only the link should be sent with the file named with: SURNAME, First name, date of birth (YYYY MM DD), nationality, category
– Copy of valid passport or ID Card
– Contact details including valid phone number, corresponding address and email address
– Proof of payment of registration fees
– Artistic picture (vertical)
– Short biography (max 500 characters)
– complete program must be submitted
The competition is only for Violin Solo this year, divided into 3 age categories : A, B and C; and Chamber Groups for Strings, and String Orchestra in 2 groups: Junior and Senior, and is open to all nationalities.
The FINALISTS will be announced on 18 July both our Facebook page and webpage.
A secretary of the jury will also be present at all events. In case of a tie, a casting vote will be given to the president of the jury.
The organizers will in no way be held responsible for the absence of a member of the jury, whatever the cause. Nevertheless, they will undertake, if possible, to provide a replacement.
The jury’s decisions cannot be changed.
Jury will only listen and judge the performances within the allowed time-limit.
Jury members who are parents (up to 3rd degree) or teachers of a candidate will not be allowed to vote for the participant.
By entering the contest, the contestant accepts without reservation that the organizers use photos or videos of the contestant for purposes related to the contest.
Video timing must be strictly respected.
The program must be played by memory at all levels of the competition (except for sonatas with piano accompaniment).