The Competition will be held in Armenisch-Apostolische Kirchengemeinde, (Kolonitzgasse 11, 1030 Vienna)
The Competition is open for applicants of any nationality. The age of participants must be not older than 35 years inclusive at the date of the opening ceremony of the Competition
The Application procedure must be done online. Candidates will not be admitted to the competition unless payment is received. In case of withdrawal, subscription money will not be reimbursed.
Candidates must fill in the application form listing their programme in the due order.
Travel, accommodation and visa costs, if necessary, are the responsibility of the participants themselves.
All stages of the Competition may be broadcast live and/or may be recorded and videotaped for subsequent broadcast, video, DVD, audio recording or any other format/media use.
It is anticipated that recordings of selected Competition performances will be commercially produced, that a documentary of the Competition incorporating selected performances will be produced for television, and that parts of the Competition will be made available on the Internet. Camera crews may film all Competition events.
In the eventuality of radio or television productions, audio or video recordings of the tests or of the winners’ concerts the participants have no right to advance claims or financial requests to the producers or transmitters.
Classic on Danube 2019 makes part of our next prestigious 14 ways to the final stage of the Malta International Piano Competition which will be held in 2021 in Valletta. (www.14waystomalta2021.eu)
The best 5 from each of these 14 competitions will be invited to participate in the final stage of the Malta International Piano Competition 2021 – which will be held in 4 Rounds, with a total prize fund of Eur 196,000.
Kolonitzgasse 11, 1030 Vienna