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Международный конкурс композиторов духовной музыки "Роман Сладкопевец" проводит Международный фестиваль "Академия православной музыки" при поддержке Министерства культуры Российской Федерации и по благословению Святейшего Патриарха Московского и Всея Руси Кирилла.


Главная задача конкурса – побудить композиторов обратиться к жанру хоровой духовной музыки, соединить ее богатейшие традиции с современностью.
 



В настоящее время II МЕЖДУНАРОДНЫЙ КОНКУРС КОМПОЗИТОРОВ ДУХОВНОЙ МУЗЫКИ «РОМАН СЛАДКОПЕВЕЦ», посвященный 700-летию со дня рождения преподобного Сергия Радонежского, завершен. Сочинения лауреатов конкурса с большим успехом прозвучали в Москве (Храм Христа Спасителя) и в Ростове Великом в рамках масштабной культурной программы "Дни Сергия Радонежского".


Объявлен III  Международный конкурс "Роман Сладкопевец",

посвященный святым покровителям семьи и брака – благоверным Петру и Февронии.

Сроки проведения конкурса:
Отборочный тур – до 1 мая 2015 года (дата отправления устанавливается по почтовому штемпелю на конверте)

 ВНИМАНИЕ! По многочисленным просьбам участников срок приема заявок ПРОДЛЕН ДО 1 ИЮНЯ 2015 ГОДА (дата устанавливается по почтовому штемпелю)
Финальный тур – февраль-апрель 2016 года

Премии: от 20 000 до 100 000 рублей.

С Положением о конкурсе можно ознакомиться на странице "Документы".

Список участников отборочного тура опубликован на этой странице.


 

10-13 декабря 2014 года в Санкт-Петербурге в помощь композиторам-участникам прошла Зимняя школа.  
В разделе "Помощь конкурсанту" доступны для просмотра видеозаписи лекций Зимней школы.

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ST ROMANOS MELODOS INTERNATIONAL COMPOSERS COMPETITION

The International St. Romanos Melodos Competition, held in St. Petersburg, has been established by the International Orthodox Music Festival with the support of the Ministry of Culture and the blessing of the Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia.

The competition has emerged as a continuation of the project "Lenten Concerts", which has been successfully carried out by the Orthodox Music Festival at the largest concert venues in St. Petersburg. In pre-revolutionary Russia, during Lent, foreign and Russian sacred music sounded in the concert halls. Such great works as "Vigil" by Rachmaninoff, "Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom" by Tchaikovsky, music by Taneyev, Gretchaninov and many other authors were especially written for these Lenten Concerts.

After the revolution of 1917, this tradition was forgotten for many decades. Now, trying to revive and strengthen this tradition, the organizers of the "Lenten Concerts" have been faced with a lack of repertoire. Besides the classical choral scores, there is a desire to acquaint the public with the latest compositions in this genre. In order to encourage contemporary composers to refer to the genre of sacred music for choir, the St. Romanos Melodos Competition, named after one of the greatest Orthodox hymnographers, was founded.

The board of trustees of the contest includes some of the outstanding composers of our time – Sofia Gubaidulina, Giya Kancheli and Arvo Pärt. The jury is formed anew each time and kept secret until the final round of auditions, along with the names of the finalists, which become known only after the announcement of the official results. After completion of the competition, all submitted works are placed in the musical archives on our website and are available for free viewing.

The First Competition was held in 2012 in two categories and collected 297 scores. The works of the winners were performed at a gala concert in the Grand Hall of the St. Petersburg Philharmonia and have been included in the repertoire of such prominent ensembles as the Chorus of the Mariinsky Theatre.  

The Second Competition which ended in April 2014, was timed to coincide with a significant date in the history of Russia – the 700th anniversary of the birth of the "abbot of the Russian land" – St. Sergius of Radonezh – which was celebrated by the entire Orthodox world. The contest was held in five categories, including major pieces for choir and orchestra and was attended by more than 120 composers from around the world. The music of the winners was performed by outstanding musicians in the Grrand Hall of the St. Petersburg Philharmonia, as well as within the framework of the large-scale cultural and educational project "Days of St. Sergius of Radonezh" – in the Hall of Church Councils of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour (Moscow) and the Kremlin of Rostov the Great.

 The Third Competition begins its work in July 2014 and will be completed by 2016. It is dedicated to the pious saints – Peter and Fevronia, Russian Orthodox patron saints of marriage and family – whose union showed the exemplary purity of their relations, loyalty, sincerity and piety. Contest participants are proposed three nominations: opera scene (libretto was written for it by Lyudmila Razumovskaya, based on the literary novel of the XVI century by Ermolai (Erasmus) Pregreshny); a lullaby and a hymn to the glory of the patron saints of family happiness, love and marriage.

 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE COMPETITION

Sofia Gubaidulina

Arvo Pärt

Giya Kancheli

 

JURY

2012

Alexei Rybnikov (Moscow)

composer

Andrei Petrenko (St. Petersburg)

conductor, chief choirmaster of the Mariinsky Theatre

Anatoly Grindenko (Moscow)

Artistic Director of Men's Choir "Old Russian Chant"

Archdeacon Alexandre Kedroff (France)

Precentor, composer of church music

Nun Juliania (Denisova) (Belarus)

Precentor, composer of church music

Pavel Karmanov (Moscow)

composer

 

2014

Vladislav Сhernushenko (St. Petersburg)

Choir conductor, artistic director of St. Petersburg Academic Cappella

Vladimir Martynov (Moscow)

composer, philosopher, writer, historian

Alexander Knaifel (St. Petersburg)

composer

Andrey Mikita (Moscow)

composer, Associate Professor of Gnessins Academy of Music

Divna Ljubojevic (Serbia)

singer, choir director of "Melody"

Archpriest Michal Niegierewicz (Poland)

head of The Holy Trinity Cathedral in Hainuvka

Father Filipp (Nesedov) (Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius)

Precentor, composer of church music

Andres Mustonen (Estonia)

violinist, conductor and director of the Hortus Musicus ensemble

Archpriest Ivan Moody (UK / Portugal / Finland)

composer, musicologist, chairman of the International Society for Orthodox Music (ISOCM)

 
 
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