Due to the coronavirus the competition-festival
has been was rescheduled to October 24-30, 2020

Applicationforms of the participants will be admitted until 15 September 2020

The 20th International Competition-Festival “Music without limits” (hereinafter referred to as the Competition) is dedicated centennial anniversary of the birth Olga Steinberg (1920-2005) and Alexander Livont (1920-1974). The competition held in Druskininkai M.K. Čiurlionis School of Art (23 Vytauto St., Druskininkai, Lithuania).

New categories are being planned for this contest:
II. Ensembles – harpsichord in 4 hands or with other ancient musical instruments;
I. Soloists – organ, vocal (classical music), vocal (pop music).

Rules are under development.

Competition will be held in 5th categories:

I. Soloists – piano, harpsichord, organ, string, wind, percussion, folk instruments, vocal or instrumental (classical or popular music).
Accompanists also might participate in the competition.
II. Ensembles:

a)     various chamber instruments (duets, trio, quartet and more);

b)    vocal (classical a cappella or with piano duets, trio, quartet and more);

c)     piano ensembles (for 4, 6, 8 hands, for piano duo);

d)    harpsichord with four hands or with early instruments;

e)     popular music ensembles (vocal or/and instrumental).

III. Concerts for piano with chamber orchestra (by agreement with the organizers, concerts can be performed with other instruments with a chamber orchestra).
IV. Jazz performers:

a)     soloists (vocal, various instruments);

b)    ensembles (vocal and/or instrumental).

V. Amateurs:

a)     soloists (vocal, various instruments, also concerts for piano with chamber orchestra;

b)    ensembles (vocal and/or instruments).

Participation fee:

a) For each participant in solo and „Concerto for piano with chamber orchestra“ categories – 120 EUR. Accompanists of soloists-instrumentalists, vocalists or „Concerto for piano with chamber orchestra“ categories also might participate in the competition. In order to do so, they have to pay a participation fee – 75 EUR, if accompanists do not want to participate and get diploma/-as, they do not need to pay a participation fee.
b) For each member of an ensemble – 75 EUR.
c) For each jazz soloist – 60 EUR.
d) For each member of a jazz ensemble – 40 EUR.
Organizers will guaranty two individual lessons, an opportunity to participate in concerts and seminars for each contestant!


Winners and diplomants will be awarded with special diplomas and prizes. Also there will be Grand Prix with cash prizes. The best contestants will have the opportunity to make concerts in Lithuania, Poland, Belarus, United States, Denmark, Georgia, Spain, USA, Russia, Sweden, Germany.

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