Regulations and awards

The jury is international and comprises three members. The rating elements are:

  • interpretation
  • singing skil
  • program difficulty
  • general artistic impression (intonation, style, score fidelity etc.)

 

 

1st Round of the Competition

A choir’s performance may be awarded no more than 30 points. The average number of points is calculated on the base of the total number of points awarded by the jury. The awards with the relevant levels are presented according to the number of points received. Each award has the levels (I-X). The awards are not limited in number.

 

Bronze Prize I-X (1.00-10.99 points)
Silver Prize I-X (11.00-20.99 points)
Gold Prize I-X (21.00-30.00 points)
Grand Prix

 

Prize level Bronze Prize Silver Prize Gold Prize
I 1.00-1.99 11.00-11.99 21.00-21.99
II 2.00-2.99 12.00-12.99 22.00-22.99
III 3.00-3.99 13.00-13.99 23.00-23.99
IV 4.00-4.99 14.00-14.99 24.00-24.99
V 5.00-5.99 15.00-15.99 25.00-25.99
VI 6.00-6.99 16.00-16.99 26.00-26.99
VII 7.00-7.99 17.00-17.99 27.00-27.99
VIII 8.00-8.99 18.00-18.99 28.00-28.99
IX 9.00-9.99 19.00-19.99 29.00-29.99
X 10.00-10.99 20.00-20.99 30.00
  Points Points Points

2nd Round – final championship – Grand Prix

Two choirs with the most points in all A and B categories and which have won Gold Prizes compete for the Grand Prix by performing the same repertoire. The jury may choose additional choirs, Gold Prize winners, to enter the competition to win the Grand Prix. An expanded jury will vote in private, without awarding points.

Conductor’s Award

According to its judgment, the jury may present awards to conductors and artistic directors in the case of special artistic impressions.