The 3rd International Muslim Magomaev Vocalists Contest will be held at the Crocus City Hall in Moscow on 18-19 October 2014.
The Contest is a competitive show for vocal singers capable to demonstrate their abilities, talent and mastery in performing both classic and popular repertoire. Admitted to the Contest are professional singers 20-35 years old who have special music education or students of music higher education institutions and colleges who send to the Organizing Committee a request for participation in the Contest, video materials and documents specified in clause 1.1. of the Statement.
At the end of initial review the Organizing Committee selects up to 15 performers inviting them to Moscow for taking part in the Contest.
Leading opera singers, pop music stars, conductors of music theatres, recognized maestros of pop art and mass culture of different countries, as well as representatives of international production companies are invited to jury of the Muslim Magomaev International Vocalists Contest.
The Contest will take place for two days and will be covered by Russian and international MSM and TV.
The Contest will be held on the Crocus City Hall stage accompanied by symphony orchestra.
Only live singing and orchestral accompaniment are compulsory for all contest performances; any phonogram is excluded completely.
Contest performances are structured as a great show combined by common directing with specially prepared author scenography.
This Contest is a forum for musicians from different countries, schools and styles, experience and mastery exchange, discussion around vocal art further development.
Every admitted contestant is provided with two orchestra/ensemble rehearsals.
The Organizing Committee of the Muslim Magomaev International Vocalists Contest states the following rewards:
Grand-prix – 30 000 USD and title of Laureate
1st prize — Gold medal, 25 000 USD and title of Laureate
2nd prize — Silver medal, 15 000 USD and title of Laureate
3rd prize — Bronze medal, 10 000 USD and title of Laureate
State and social organizations, creative unions, mass media, institutions and firms upon approval by the Organizing Committee and jury of the Contest may set up special prizes.