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Guided tours

Guided tours through the Historische Stadthalle are always a wonderful experience. Wander through all the rooms at you leisure, learn about the more than 100 hundred-year-old history of the magnificent building dating from the time of Emperor William II and discover corners that are usually hidden from visitors’ eye.

Special tours
We are pleased to offer individual guided tours through the building. These can, however, take place only as and when permitted by the plan of rehearsals and other events. Changes at short notice are therefore possible.

The special guided tour (duration aprox. 90 min), costs 100 euros plus VAT for groups of up to 20 people. Above that number, the charge is 5 euros plus VAT per person.

Special tours in English are also offered (price on request).

Your point of contact

Kyoung-Hi Roho
Reception / Secretariat
Tel. +49 202 2458910
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Weddings

Just say “I do”

The wedding of your dreams is due in part to a venue that matches your big day. Enjoy the celebration in the splendid atmosphere of our wonderful building. Let us thoroughly spoil you (and your 50 to 500 guests).

The wedding ceremony becomes an event in itself when it takes place in one of our magnificent rooms. In principle, your journey to seventh heaven can start any day (but Sunday) between 9 am and 3 pm by arrangement with the registry office.

First, coordinate your preferred date with our office: Ms. Lea Bast and Ms. Hannah Zimmermann, Tel. +49 202 24589-67 and -78 or by e-mail (bast(at)stadthalle.de and zimmermann(at)stadthalle.de). You are welcome to view our facilities. Please make an appointment to do so.

Then you should sort out the remaining details with the registry office (Standesamt): Tel. +49 202 563-6114 or 5164.

Most wedding ceremonies take place in our beautiful Majolika Saal West. We charge 380 Euros for making the room available for two hours in order to hold the ceremony.

But of course you can also get married in any of the other magnificent rooms. The picturesque traditional slate cottage in the garden of the Historische Stadthalle also offers a charming alternative for weddings in a very small intimate setting (max. 5 persons). We charge 150 Euros for an occupancy of two hours (incl. room hire and staff costs). We would be pleased to supply you with the details and conditions for all the other rooms.

If you wish, we will take care of your extra arrangements and organize a musical programme tailored to your personal wishes and requirements. We would also be pleased to take care of the appropriate floral decorations.

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  • Hochzeitsfeier im Rossini in der Historischen Stadthalle Wuppertal

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LET'S PARTY

What more ideal combination could there be than a wedding ceremony in the Historische Stadthalle followed by a fantastic reception with a dream menu prepared specially for you?

Culinaria, our in-house catering service, will put together a complete package comprising a selection of choice food and drinks, table settings and decoration and the hiring of the complete Rossini Restaurant – package from 89 Euros per person. Whether you would prefer to have a copious buffet with a wide variety of dishes or rather be served at your table, we will meet your every wish. Please note that hiring of the room is only included when an event takes place in the Rossini Restaurant.

With Culinaria you can enjoy a lifetime of wonderful parties starting with your wedding day all the way through to your silver wedding anniversary.

Carsten von Bauer would be pleased to offer you his expertise and creativity and to advise and inform you about all the possible (and seemingly impossible) ways of organizing receptions and parties.

Visit the Culinaria website with its wealth of detailed information on the subject of parties and dream weddings in the Historic Stadthalle. You can ask online questions about menus with no obligation whatsoever.

 

Your points of contact

Lea Bast
Junior Event Manager
Tel. +49 202 24589-67
Write an e-mail
Hannah Zimmermann
Junior Event Manager
Tel. +49 202 24589-78
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CATERING REQUESTS

CONTACT

LAURA MACHINECK
Event consultant
Tel.  +49 202 870565-17
Write an e-mail

 

MARTINA SCHLIEBS
Lead event consultant
Tel.  +49 202 870565-11
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REGISTRY OFFICE WUPPERTAL
Tel. +49 202 563-6114
or +49 202 563-5164

 

School leavers’ ball

Keep calm and dance at the School Leavers’ Ball

Celebrate your graduation from school in style with a School Leavers’ ball at the Historische Stadthalle. 

Step out onto the red carpet in glamorous evening wear to a frenzied storm of flashing cameras just like the stars: a glittering ball awaits you in the Großer Saal.

Enjoy the occasion with your family, friends and teachers in our unique, historic setting and just pop those champagne corks to celebrate passing your final school exams.

A good sparkling of course requires the matching culinary highlights (for up to 800 people) arranged by our in house Culinaria catering company, who will also provide you with a large variety of gala buffet ideas.

Good planning is everything. So get in touch with our team:

Nina Plath
Customer advice conferences / congresses
Tel. +49 202 24589-36
Write an e-mail

You are very welcome to come and view our venue. Please just arrange a meeting to do so.

Assistance with your particular fringe programme is just as much part of our service as providing you with information on security and GEMA. We are here to help!

WUPPERTALER MUSIKSOMMER

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International masterclasses 2019

Masterclass violin:
Prof. Albrecht Winter

For young people to enter into a musical career, for students and violinists with a university degree, preparing for an audition or who require supervision.


REPERTOIRE
free choice of repertoire


DURATION
daily between 10 am – 1 pm
and 3 pm – 6 pm


COURSE CONTENTS

  • stylistic and innovative development of the violin repertoire
  • motion analysis
  • reconditioning instrumental technical problems
  • literature for auditions, orchestral excerpts 

DURATION
daily between 10 am – 1 pm
and 3 pm – 6 pm 


DURATION OF EACH SESSION
45– 60 minutes (depending on the number of participants)


MAX. NUMBER OF ACTIVE PARTICIPANTS
8 – 10


PROF. ALBRECHT WINTER
Studies in Leipzig with Klaus Hertel and Stefan Picard, Igor Ozim and Eduard Melkus. By 2003 leader of the 2nd violins of the Gewandhaus Orchestra. Since then Professor of Violin and methodology of the HfMT Cologne / Wuppertal. Since 1995 head of salon music series “That’s only once”. By 2014 head of the “New Bach’s Collegium Musicum”.


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International masterclasses 2019

Masterclass clarinet:
Michael Schmidt

For students and young people who aim to study music.


REPERTOIRE
free choice of repertoire


Course contents

  • Preparation of important pieces in the clarinet repertoire from different periods in individual and group lessons
  • Audition and exam preparation, performance coaching and basics

DURATION
daily between 10 am – 1 pm
and 3 pm – 6 pm


DURATION OF EACH SESSION
45 – 60 minutes (depending on the number of participants)


MAX. NUMBER OF ACTIVE PARTICIPANTS
8 – 10


MICHAEL SCHMIDT
Michael Schmidt started studying in Weimar and later on in Detmold with Prof. H. D. Klaus. Since 1994 he is the principal clarinet with the Staatsorchester Darmstadt and the "Festspielorchester Bayreuth". Frequently he is guest with the "Bayrische Staatsoper", the "hr-Sinfonieorchester und the "Deutsche Oper Berlin". Since 2003 he is teaching clarinet and methodology and didactics at the "Akademie für Tonkunst Darmstadt".


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International masterclasses 2019

Masterclass trumpet:
Cyrill Sandoz

For students and young people, who are considering a music degree.


REPERTOIRE
free choice of repertoire


Course contents

  • basic exercises, shaking down and breathing techniques in the group
  • individual lessons with works from baroque to modern trumpet music, orchestral parts and etudes
  • audition preparation / training foreplay

DURATION
daily between 10 am – 1 pm
and 3 pm – 6 pm


DURATION OF EACH SESSION
45 – 60 minutes (depending on the number of participants)


MAX. NUMBER OF ACTIVE PARTICIPANTS
8 – 10


CYRILL SANDOZ
Cyril Sandoz studied at the Music Academy in Basel with Klaus Schuhwerk and the Musikhochschule Karlsruhe with Reinhold Friedrich. Since 2007 he has been the principal trumpet in the Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra and since 2012 he is lecturer at the HfMT Cologne / Wuppertal. He is also a member of various chamber music ensembles.


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International masterclasses 2019

Masterclass piano:
Prof. Dr. Florence Millet

For students, graduates and young people who aim to study music or are preparing concerts.


REPERTOIRE
Works from three different eras


DURATION
daily between 10 am – 1 pm
and 3 pm – 6 pm


DURATION OF EACH SESSION
45 – 60 minutes (depending on the number of participants)


MAX. NUMBER OF ACTIVE PARTICIPANTS
8 – 10


PROF. DR. FLORENCE MILLET
Studies Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris, Master and Doctor in Musical Arts from the State University of New York with Gilbert Kalish. Intensive study of contemporary music, working with prominent composers (Boulez). Member of Ensemble Intercontemporain and Lions Gate Trio.


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International masterclasses 2019

Masterclass singing:
Heike Daum

For students and graduates, who intend to work on stage and young people aged over 16 who are considering studying music.


REPERTOIRE
Arias from opera/operetta and Lied


Course contents

  • technical and stylistic development of the repertoire
  • development and introduction representational means for the design of individual interpretation
  • compilation of an audition program
  • practical, personal advice for dealing with situations of auditions

DURATION
daily between 10 am – 1 pm
and 3 pm – 6 pm


DURATION OF EACH SESSION
45 – 60 minutes (depending on the number of participants)


MAX. NUMBER OF ACTIVE PARTICIPANTS
8 – 10


HEIKE S. DAUM
Studies with L. Bosabalian, R. Hiller and K. Richter. 1998-2012 member of the theaters i.e. Dortmund and State Theatre on Gärtnerplatz Munich (more than 70 roles in opera/operetta and musical). Since 2012 a guest soloist in German theaters and concert halls.


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International masterclasses 2019

Masterclass singing:
Judson Perry

For singing students and advanced students who wish to study singing. Preparation for exams, competitions, auditions and entrance exams according to the level of education.


REPERTOIRE
Free choice of repertoire from old to contemporary music from song, chamber music, oratorio and opera


COURSE CONTENTS

  • Technique, interpretation and presentation
  • Soloists but also song duos

DURATION
daily between 10 am – 1 pm
and 3 pm – 6 pm


DURATION OF EACH SESSION
45 – 60 minutes (depending on the number of participants)


MAX. NUMBER OF ACTIVE PARTICIPANTS
8 – 10


JUDSON PERRY
Jud Perry began his singing career in 2005 as a tenor. A permanent engagement at the Staatstheater led him to Wiesbaden, where he stayed until 2009. His repertoire included numerous operatic and concert roles. In August 2013 he began the unusual change to the countertenor. His first concert followed just six months later. A short time later he also returned to opera in the title role of Orlando in Vivaldi's "Orlando Furioso" and has since performed in numerous other roles in the field of countertenor.


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International masterclasses 2019

Masterclass oboe:
Manuel Bilz

For students, advanced pupils and graduate oboe players. There are three different content profiles for these distinct groups of participants:

  • The preparation of important pieces in the oboe repertoire for both oboe and piano or for oboe solos as an addition to degree course work or as preparation for exams.
  • The preparation of important repertoire pieces for entrance exams in combination with providing appropriate advice on degree courses.
  • The preparation of important solo pieces that are part of the orchestral repertoire in preparation for auditions.
  • For all participants (depending on instrumental level) daily group sessions on the tonal and technical fundamentals of oboe playing.

DURATION
daily between 10 am – 1 pm
and 3 pm – 6 pm


DURATION OF EACH SESSION
45 – 60 minutes (depending on the number of participants)


MAX. NUMBER OF ACTIVE PARTICIPANTS
8 – 10


MANUEL BILZ
Studies with Günther Passin. Member of the European Union Youth Orchestra (EUYO). From 1999-2001 oboist National Theater in Mannheim. Since 2001 solo oboist Symphony Orchestra of WDR. Member “Matsumoto Festival Orchestra” founded by Seiji Ozawa in Japan.


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International masterclasses 2019

Masterclass flute:
Prof. Dirk Peppel

For students, advanced pupils and graduate flautists. There are three different content profiles for these distinct groups of participants:

  • The preparation of important pieces in the flute repertoire for both flute and piano or for flute solos as an addition to degree course work or as preparation for exams.
  • The preparation of important repertoire pieces for entrance exams in combination with providing appropriate advice on degree courses.
  • The preparation of important solo pieces that are part of the orchestral repertoire in preparation for auditions.
  • For all participants: daily group sessions on the tonal and technical fundamentals of flute playing.

DURATION
daily between 10 am – 1 pm
and 3 pm – 6 pm


DURATION OF EACH SESSION
45– 60 minutes (depending on the number of participants)


MAX. NUMBER OF ACTIVE PARTICIPANTS
8 – 10


PROF. DIRK PEPPEL
Dirk Peppel studied in Essen with Matthias Rütters. He attended master classes among others at M. Larrieux and J. P. Rampal. More than 25 years, he was principal flutist of the Badische Staatskapelle Karlsruhe. Since 2004 he is professor of flute and chamber music at the HfMT Cologne / Wuppertal. His focus is on contemporary music. He was guest lecturerat the Universidad de Ciencias y Artes, Mexico.


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Wuppertaler Musiksommer

  • Wuppertaler Musiksommer Preisträger Int. Orgelwettbewerb 2019

    Winners Int. Organ Competition Wuppertal 2019, from left to right: Professor Lutz-Werner Hesse (Musikhochschule Köln/Wuppertal), Dr. Naji Hakim (acting chairman of the jury), Jannik Schroeder, Mona Rozdestvenskyte, Marius Herb, Professor Heinz Geuen (Musikhochschule Köln), Wolfgang Kläsener (curator of the organ in the Wuppertal Stadthalle) © Andreas Fischer

  • Sauer Orgel im Großen Saal
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Wuppertaler Musiksommer 2019

This is the 11th time, the Wuppertal campus of the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln and the Historische Stadthalle are jointly organising the Wuppertaler Musiksommer which includes an international organ competition, international music masterclasses and the Jugendkulturpreis, an award for cultural projects by young people.

INTERNATIONAL ORGAN COMPETITION

INTERNATIONAL ORGAN COMPETITION
Wuppertal by the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln
(20 – 23 August 2019)


The Wuppertal International Organ Competition of the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln ends with a flourish

This year marked the sixth time that the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln and the Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal have jointly organised the Wuppertal International Organ Competition, endowed by the Mittelsten Scheid family.

Thirty young organists from 14 different countries participated in this year’s competition which took place as part of the Wuppertaler Musiksommer 2019. The jury of renowned experts – Professor Winfried Bönig, the organist of Cologne cathedral, Iveta Apkalna, the titular organist of the Elbphilharmonie concert hall in Hamburg and Dr. Naji Hakim, the internationally celebrated French organist and composer – invited ten of the participants to come to Wuppertal for the evaluation concerts.

After three enthralling assessment rounds, the jury selected three prizewinners.

The first prize, endowed with € 8,000, went to Marius Herb from Augsburg. The second prize (and € 5,000) was awarded to the Aachen organist Jannik Schroeder and the third prize (and € 3,000) went to Mona Rozdestvenskyte from Lithuania, who is currently studying in Detmold in Northern Germany. On 23 August, the young musicians demonstrated their prowess by performing works from their competition repertoire for a delighted audience at the closing concert of the organ competition in the Großer Saal of the Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal.

THE WINNERS

Marius Herb, born in 2000 in Augsburg, started to take an interest in the organ in 2013. That very same year, he was awarded a place on the development programme for young organists by the diocese of Augsburg and has since studied under Peter Bader, the Augsburg basilica organist.

In 2015, Marius Herb won third prize at the national level of the German music competition for children, adolescents and young adults, “Jugend musiziert”, and a year later, was awarded a scholarship at the Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now foundation. He has taken master classes with, amongst others, Martin Schmeding, Thomas Lennartz, Hans-Jürgen Kaiser, Eric Lebrun and Michael Radulescu.

Since October 2016, Marius Herb has been studying church music at the College of Catholic Church Music and Musical Education in Regensburg. In October 2018, he began an additional “Organ as a concert discipline” degree course in Regensburg. His main subject is taught by the Regensburg cathedral organist, Prof. Franz Josef Stoiber.

Marius Herb has been acting as sub organist at Regensburg cathedral since 2019.

Marius Herb is the winner of the first prize at the Wuppertal International Organ Competition during the Wuppertaler Musiksommer 2019.
 

Jannik Schroeder was born in 1996 and was first taught to play the organ in Aachen by Klaus-C. van den Kerkhoff. He has been studying church music at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz in Köln since 2014 where he graduated with a BA in the summer of 2018. He is currently enrolled for his Master’s. Among his teachers are the organist of Cologne cathedral, Professor Winfried Bönig, Professor Johannes Geffert and Wolfgang Abendroth. In addition, Jannik Schroeder attends master classes with such notable organists as Daniel Roth, Holger Gehring und Jan Ernst.

Jannik Schroeder has given concerts in many parts of Germany, the Netherlands, France and Chile. He is furthermore extremely active as a choirmaster, continuo player and répétiteur.

He is the organist and choirmaster of the “Versöhnungskirche” in Aachen.

In 2019, Jannik Schroeder was awarded the second prize at the International Organ Competition in Wuppertal.
 

Mona Rozdestvenskyte was born in Moscow in 1994. In 2012, she started to study church music at the Hochschule für Musik in Detmold where she gained her master’s in 2018. She is currently working towards her master’s in solo organ under Professor Martin Sander.

She has furthermore attended master classes with Guy Bovet, Wolfgang Zerer, Arvid Gast, Jaroslav Tuma and Michael Radulescu, as well as Hans-Ola Ericsson, Ben van Oosten, Olivier Latry and Bine Bryndorf.

Her activities as a soloist have already taken Mona Rozdestvenskyte to Germany, the USA, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, the UK and Switzerland. From 2015 to 2017, she had a scholarship at the Bischöfliche Studienförderung Cusanuswerk e. V., an episcopal sponsorship programme for gifted young musicians.

Since 2017, she has been a church musician at the Pastoralverbund Bad Driburg – an association of parishes in Germany.

Mona Rozdestvenskyte has already successfully taken part in numerous organ competitions. She is the recipient of the third prize at the International Organ Competition Wuppertal 2019.


ORGANISER
Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln in cooperation with Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal GmbH

International masterclasses

International masterclasses
(25 August – 1 September 2019)

Registration deadline: 5 July 2019

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VIOLIN | Prof. Albrecht Winter
FLUTE | Prof. Dirk Peppel
OBOE | Manuel Bilz
CLARINET | Michael Schmidt
TRUMPET | Cyrill Sandoz
PIANO | Prof. Dr. Florence Millet
SINGING | Heike Daum
SINGING | Judson Perry

Piano – rehearsal accompaniment:
Tanja Tismar, Ulrich Deppe, Eri Uchino, Olga Ryazantseva, NN

Artistic direction and coordination:
Prof. Dr. Lutz-Werner Hesse


General Information

CONTACT PERSON / ORGANISATION
Lea Steffen
Tel. +49 202 3715017
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VENUE FOR THE MASTERCLASSES
Wuppertal campus of the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln
Günter Wand Haus
Sedanstraße 15
42275 Wuppertal

CONCERT VENUE
Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal
Johannisberg 40
42103 Wuppertal


ORGANISER
Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal GmbH in cooperation with the Wuppertal campus of the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln

Concerts

Free entry for all concerts


INTERNATIONAL Organ competition 2019

Intermediate round
Tue.+Wed. 20+21 August 2019 | Großer Saal

Final round
Thur. 22 August 2019 | Großer Saal

Winners' concert
Fr. 23 August 2019 | 8 pm | Großer Saal


 

International Masterclasses 2019

Professor’s opening concert
Sun. 25 August 2019 | 6 pm | Großer Saal

Final concert of masterclass participant
Sun. 1 September 2019 | 11 am | Großer Saal
 


JUGENDKULTURPREIS 2019

Preliminary auditions
Fr. 24 May 2019 | 2 pm | concert hall of the Musikhochschule, Sedanstr. 15

Winners’ Concert
Sun. 1 September 2019 | 5 pm | Mendelssohn Saal
 


Participation conditions for download

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International Organ Competition Wuppertal of the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln
(24 – 27.8.2017)

 

Participation conditions

Eligibility
The competition is open to organists of all nationalities born after 27 August 1982.

Application deadline

  • 19 May 2017 (! new: 26 May 2017 !)

Registration
Please register online only by 19 May 2017 (! new: 26 May 2017 !).

Your online registration consists of

  • the completed online registration form
  • a copy (PDF) of your personal identity card or another official document indicating your nationality and place of residence
  • a Curriculum Vitae (PDF) with details of your training
  • your current student card or proof of your most recent degree (PDF)
  • a list (PDF) of the pieces chosen for the competition rounds (including the preliminary round)
    NB: This list must be kept anonymous. Please only list the works, not your name or contact details.
  • MP3 recordings of you playing the preliminary round programme
    NB: The MP3s must be kept anonymous. Please do not include your name or contact details in the name of the file.
  • receipt (PDF) showing payment of the full registration fee
  • consent to the making of image and sound recordings

Registration fee
A registration fee of 50 Euros is payable by bank transfer by 19 May 2017 to:
Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal GmbH
IBAN: DE 12 330 500 000 000 912 055
BIC/SWIFT-Code: WUPSDE33

The reference for the bank transfer: “Anmeldegebuehr Orgelwettbewerb” and your name

We regret that applications which are incomplete, received after the deadline, or do not conform to the entry conditions will not be considered. The registration fee is not refundable.

Procedure
Following your online registration and the judging of the preliminary round, you will be notified by June 2017 whether you have been admitted to the intermediate round. In case of admission, we will allocate binding instrumental preparation times (22 and 23 August).

Please bring along your own registrant. If this is not possible, please advise us when registering. All travel, accommodation and meal costs must be borne by you. Upon request, we are happy to suggest inexpensive overnight accommodation.

The playing order of the participants in the two final rounds will be decided by lot. The decisions of the jury is final and there is no right of appeal.

Once your application has been accepted, you will receive further details on timings.

Repertoire

Preliminary round (MP3)
The recording to be submitted (upload of MP3 files) must include:

1. One of the following two chorale settings by Johann Sebastian Bach
a) “Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr” BWV 662
b) “Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland” BWV 659

2. One of the following sonatas by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
a) Sonata op. 65, 1
b) Sonata op. 65, 2
c) Sonata op. 65, 3

Intermediate round (24+25/8/2017)

1. One of the following works by Johann Sebastian Bach
a) Passacaglia in C minor, BWV 582
b) Canonic Variations BWV 769
c) Partita on “Sei gegrüßet, Jesu gütig” BWV 768

2. An organ work by Liszt, Reger, Franck or Widor, freely selected by the participant (It is also permissible to perform individual movements of symphonies, sonatas, etc.)

3. One of the following works taken from the “Pièces de Fantaisie” by Louis Vierne:
1. Les cloches de Hinckley
2. Naiades
3. Feuxfollets
4. Gargouilles et Chimères

4. A freely selected organ work composed after 1980

The programme for the intermediate round should last 40 to 50 minutes. The intermediate round will take place anonymously.

Final Round (26/8/2017)
A programme of 50-60 minutes’ duration. The choice of the number of works, era and composers is completely free. The programme may not include any works performed in previous rounds. The final round takes place on stage and is open to the public. The concept of the programme and the public performance will be taken into account in the jury’s final decision.

Winners’ Concert (27/8/2017)
The competition winners will give a public concert of pieces from their competition repertoire on Sunday 27 August 2017 at 11 am. Judges will select the pieces together with the winners after the final round.

Prize
1st prize: 8,000 Euros
2nd prize: 5,000 Euros
3rd prize: 3,000 Euros

Competition office
Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal GmbH
Heike Janssen
Johannisberg 40
42103 Wuppertal
Germany
Tel. +49 (0)2 02 24 58 9 -14
Fax +49 (0)2 02 45 51 98
janssen(at)stadthalle.de
www.stadthalle.de

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MP3 recordings of you playing the preliminary round programme

Track 1: A fast movement from one of Johann Sebastian Bach’s six trio sonatas.