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Participants: GLORY Int'l Modern & Contemporary Music Competition 2019



First Age Group: 7 - 10 years
           
Enkira Perez, piano
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Kate Yunseo Lee,  piano
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Zoe Aldana, piano
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Second Age Group:  11 - 14 years    


Hana N. Lee, violin
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Hanbie Park, cello
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Ryan Taeyun Kim, piano
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WenXin Chen, harp
Toccata
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Third Age Group:  15 - 18 years


Adrian Pu, piano
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Katherine Wong, piano
♪ Barber - Ballade Op. 46
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Peiyu (Peggy) Yang, piano
♪ Ligeti - Etude, Book 1 No. 5, "Arc-en-ciel"
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For Your Information

Jury
The Professional Jury Board consists of:
  • The teachers of the participants
  • The competition committee
The Students Jury consists of:
  • The participants themselves
The Audience Awards:
  • The audience vote as well. Every participant will receive the link to the voting page to share with friends, relatives, and the world. Everybody can vote. 
The unique judging process

How it works
  • The teachers of all participants will be invited to join The Professional Jury Board. Those who agree will be able to vote online along with the competition committee, according to the scoring system as explained further below. 
All participants will be invited to join the Students Jury and vote as well. In addition, the Audience will also have the chance to cast a vote. 
  • Their votes will be recorded separately and their choice and preferences will be announced separately from The Professional Jury Board's.  
The voting of The Professional Jury Board will be organized in the following manner:
  • The piano teachers vote for the participants - piano instrumentalists;
  • The stringed instruments teachers vote for the participants - strings instrumentalists;
  • The woodwinds, brass & percussion teachers vote for the participants - woodwinds, brass & percussion nstrumentalists;
  • The vocal teachers vote for the participants - singers.
The voting of The Students Jury will be organized in the following manner:
  • The same principle as above: pianists vote for pianists etc.
There's no restrictions for the Audience. They may vote for all.

Ranking
  • The ranking for the distribution of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Prizes will be computed according to the votes provided by The Professional Jury Board.
  • Each participant will have three type of scores: the first, from The Professional Jury Board; the second, from the Student's Jury; and the third from the Audience.
Fair Play 

An important part of the judging process is to guarantee there's no conflict of interests, prejudice or underhand stipulations. 


To ensure honesty and integrity: 

  • The Professional Jury Board: judges may not vote for their students because they have a professional teacher-student relationship or both professional and personal affiliation (teacher and parent). In other words, the judges may vote for all participants except for their student(s).
  • The Students Jury: participants may not vote for themselves.
  • The Audience: each person may vote only once. 
In addition to the above, the competition committee will be on the alert for unfair play: suspicious or very unusual votes. For example a person giving the lowest possible points to all participants. In such cases of unfair play those votes will be treated as null and void and won't have any influence upon the final ranking.
    The names of The Professional Jury Board's members will be announced on the competition's website as soon as possible after the application deadline.

    Certificates will be granted to all members of The Professional Jury Board.


    The participants have no right to present any objections against the composition or the votes of the Jury.  

    The decision of the Jury and the competition committee is final and can’t be appealed.

    Scoring System

    Excellent: 10 points
    Very Good: 8 points
    Good: 6 points
    Average: 4 points
    Poor: 2 points