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The IDRS 2015 Tokyo Conference Artist Selection Committee is now accepting proposals to participate. You may submit your proposal at www.idrs2015.org.

The deadline for program submission is 31 December 2014. The IDRS Artist Selection Committee will announce the slate of accepted artists after 1 February 2015.
Please have the following items before you proceed with your submission:

* Current (2015) IDRS membership
* Length of proposed event: 50 minutes, 25 minutes, 12:30 minutes
* Priority of works to be performed.
* Biography – 250 words or less per individual
* Photographs – jpg format, max 5photos, max 1MB per photo (like 300dpi / 1200*800px)
* Complete program information: Title, Composer, Movements, Composer dates, Exact timing

The IDRS Young Artist Competition was held at NYU on Thursday, August 7th. The first prizewinner ($4000) was Joshua Lauretig (USA); the second prizewinner ($2500) was Jesus Morillas Alonso (Spain), and the third prizewinner ($1000) was Emily Moscoso (USA). Congratulations to the three finalists who played beautifully in the competition and to all entrants, including first alternate William Welter. The IDRS extends its thanks to pianist Anna Stoytcheva, to the Preliminary Round Judges Nicholas Daniel (UK/Germany), Dwight Parry (USA), and Susan Hatch Tomkiewicz (USA) and the Final Round Judges Sarah Roper (UK/Spain), Toyin Spellman-Diaz (USA) and Robert Walters (USA). Thank you for allowing me to serve for four years as Chair of the YAC. The new Chair will be Geralyn Giovannetti.
Respectfully Submitted,
Michele Fiala

Congratulations to all five finalists who performed in yesterday’s Gillet-Fox Competition for bassoon! The results are:

First Prize: Sebastian Stevensson
Second Prize: Mathis Kaspar Stier
Honorable Mentions: Dana Jackson, Michael Kaulartz, Miles Maner

Special thanks to the final round judges Fabio Cury, Giorgio Mandolesi, Kathleen McLean, Frank Morelli, and Kim Walker.

ATTENTION IDRS 2014 Attendees and IDRS Members
Recordings of Selected Concerts, Recitals and Workshops will be available after September 1st. You will be notified by E-Blast when they become available through www.IDRS2014.org and IDRS.org Tee Shirts, Caps, Teddy Bears, coffee cups and shot glasses available then too.
Matt Sullivan
HOST IDRS NYU CONFERENCE 2014
idrs.2014@nyu.edu

The 2015 Fernand Gillet-Hugo Fox Oboe Competition Committee is pleased to announce the repertoire for next year’s competition which will take place in Tokyo, Japan. Competition entries will be accepted starting on January 1, 2015. For more information, check idrs.org/competitions/ or contact Margaret Marco, mmarco@ku.edu.

The 2015 Fernand Gillet-Hugo Fox Oboe Competition Repertoire:
Vivaldi: Sonata in C Minor, RV 53, entire work, take repeats in movement 3 only, (Schott)

Heinz Holliger: Sonate, movements 3 and 4, (Schott)

Katherine Hoover: Sonata for Oboe and Piano, movements 2 and 3, (Papagena Press through The Theodore Presser Company)

Eugene Goossens: Oboe Concerto, Op. 45 (Masters or Leduc; for final round only)

The 2015 Young Artist Competition Committee is pleased to announce the repertoire for next year’s bassoon competition which will take place in Tokyo, Japan. Competition entries will be accepted starting on January 1, 2015. For more information, check idrs.org/competitions/ or contact competition chair Saxton Rose.

The 2015 Young Artist Bassoon Competition Repertoire:
Koželuh: Concerto in C, movement I (any edition)

Saint-Saëns: Sonata for Bassoon and Piano, movement III, Molto Adagio and Allegro Moderato (any edition)

Mignone: From Sixteen Waltzes for Solo Bassoon (any edition)

  • Pattapiada
  • Apanhei-te meu fagotinho (Valsa paródia)
  • A Boa Páscoa Para Você Devos!
  • Valsa-Choro

For Final Round Only
Doppler: Fantaisie Pastorale Hongroise, Op. 26 movement I Molto Andante, arranged by Masahito Tanaka (Dolce Gakki)

We are pleased to announce the preliminary round judges for this year’s 2014 Gillet-Fox Bassoon and Young Artist Oboe Competitions.

2014 Gillet-Fox Bassoon Competition
Judith Farmer (USA)
Gaëlle Habert (France, winner of the 2002 competition)
Yoshihide Kiryu (Japan)
Harry Searing (USA)
Lyndon Watts (Australia/Germany)

Young Artist Oboe Competition
Nicholas Daniel (UK, Germany)
Dwight Parry (USA)
Susan Hatch Tomkiewicz (USA)

Many thanks to these judges for what will be a difficult task! Finalists will be announced May 1.

Announcing the 2014 Fernand Gillet-Hugo Fox International Competition for Bassoon, to be held at the IDRS Conference at New York University and open to oboists who have not reached their 31st birthday before the date of the final audition, August 8, 2014. Applications will be accepted from January 1st, 2014 to March 15th, 2014. Details are available in the .pdf file below and more information can be obtained at https://www.idrs.org/competitions.

pdfDownload the competition brochure in English, Spanish, German, French, and Japanese

Please contact Peter Kolkay, Competition Chair at kolkay@idrs.org with any questions.

Announcing the 2014 Young Artist Competition for Oboe, to be held at the IDRS Conference at New York University and open to oboists who have not reached their 22nd birthday by the final round of the competition, August 7th, 2014. Applications will be accepted from January 1st, 2014 to March 15th, 2014. Details are available in the .pdf file below and more information can be obtained at https://www.idrs.org/competitions.

pdfDownload the competition brochure in English, Spanish, German, French, and Japanese

Please contact Michele Fiala, Competition Chair at Michele@fiala.com with any questions.

The International Double Reed Society is pleased to announce the repertoire for the 33rd annual Fernand Gillet-Hugo Fox performance competition being held for bassoonists during the 2014 annual conference, held August 5-9 at New York University in New York, NY, USA. The competition is for bassoonists who have not reached their 31st birthday by the date of the final round of the competition (August 8, 2014). Application details will be available by January 1, 2014. Any questions can be addressed to Peter Kolkay, Competition Chair, at kolkay@idrs.org.

Competition Repertoire:

  • Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto in C major, RV 477/F. VIII No. 13/P. 46 (complete with repeats; any edition)
  • Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Concerto in F major, movement 1 (for the preliminary-round recording please begin in measure 55, seven measures before the bassoon entrance; any edition)
  • Henri Dutilleux: Sarabande et cortège (Leduc)
  • Elliott Carter: Retracing for solo bassoon (Boosey and Hawkes)

The final round will consist of all of the above works, including the complete Hummel concerto. The winner of the competition will perform the Hummel concerto with orchestra at the Conference.

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