Another competition? Who still cares about that nowadays? One could argue about that endlessly, but the FS&MM competition has a lot to offer that's is still up to date. In recent years, we have been experiencing a renaissance of chamber music: new talented trios appear everywhere and seek their way onto the stage.
As one of the few existing piano trio competitions and with repertoire requirements that offer every ensemble a lot of artistic freedom, we are an ideal presentation medium for young piano trios. Personally, I think that a chamber music competition offers a very different kind of excitement and mood compared to a soloist competition: A group is being displayed and the procesdses that come to light are enormously appealing.
I invite you to join in and experience the unique atmosphere here in Graz!
1st prize: € 13.500,- 6 months of career consulting and guidance
2nd prize: € 9.750,-
3rd prize: € 6.750,-
SPECIAL PRIZE: € 2.000,-
Prize for the best interpretation of the award-winning work of the International Piano Trio Composition Competition
SPECIAL PRIZE FOR AUDIENCE ENGAGEMENT: € 2.000,-
All participants of the 11th FS&MM are eligible to participate. We cordially invite you to apply for this prize, which is awarded independently from the results of the chamber music competition. We are looking for creative projects in the field of audience engagement.
Information on the Spezial Prize for Audience Engagement
Listen here to the winners of the special prize for audience engagement of the 10th International Chamber Music Competition "Franz Schubert and Modern Music" 2018: Surround Sound Sessions von Gildas Quartet
*The prize money is stated as gross amount and is subject to the payment modalities of Austrian tax legislation.
- CONCERTS & SCHOLARSHIPS
CONCERTS & SCHOLARSHIPS
Find the repertoire for the 11th FS&MM 2021 here!
The essential feature of this competition is the juxtaposition of modern and traditional music. Right from the start, it was about bringing Schubert's chamber music into relation with new and newest works for suitable ensembles. The expansion of the chamber music repertoire is actively pursued with composition competitions and commissioned works.
As part of the repertoire, the participants are invited to rehearse a compulsory piece - the award-winning work of the international composition competition for trio for piano, violin and violoncello which will be published by the University of Music and Performing Arts before the FS&MM and handed over to the participants after the deadline.
- TIME & PLACE
Eligible for participation are musicians of all nations and stateless persons who were born after 15 February, 1985.
Generally, participants can only take part in one category and with one ensemble. Exceptions require the consent of the competition management.