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  Performances must be a minimum of 25 minutes to a maximum of 30 minutes in duration, consisting of works selected freely by the contestant.  
 
2nd Stage
  Performances must be a minimum of 40 minutes to a maximum of 45 minutes in duration, consisting of works selected freely by the contestant. However, the selections must include the contestant’s choice of one of the sonatas by Beethoven. No works from the 1st Round may be repeated.  
 
Semifinal
  Performances must be a minimum of 60 minutes to a maximum of 65 minutes in duration, consisting of works selected freely by the contestant. No works from the previous rounds may be repeated.  
 
Final
  Competitors must perform one of the following concertos with the orchestra.  
Mozart :

Concerto





No. 9 in E flat Major KV 271
No. 20 in d minor KV 466
No. 21 in C Major KV 467
No. 22 in E flat Major KV 482
No. 23 in A Major KV 488
No. 24 in c minor KV 491
No. 25 in C Major KV 503
Beethoven :





No. 1 in C Major Op. 15
No. 2 in B flat Major Op. 19
No. 3 in c minor Op. 37
No. 4 in G Major Op. 58
No. 5 in E flat Major Op. 73
Chopin :
No. 1 in e minor Op. 11
No. 2 in f minor Op. 21
Schumann : in a minor Op. 54
Liszt :
No. 1 in E flat Major
No. 2 in A Major
Brahms:
No. 1 in d minor Op. 15
No. 2 in B flat Major Op. 83
Tchaikovsky : No. 1 in b flat minor Op. 23
Rachmaninov :

No. 1 in f sharp minor Op. 1
No. 2 in c minor Op. 18
No. 3 in d minor Op. 30
 

Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini Op. 43

Ravel : Concerto in G Major
Bartók :
No. 2
No. 3
Prokofiev :
No. 2 in g minor Op. 16
No. 3 in C Major Op. 26

Notice
  1. No work can be repeated during the 1st, 2nd, Semifinal, and Final Rounds.  
2. The repertoire chosen for the solo rounds must include one of the commisseind pieces
written for the competition by the Korean composers Chung TaiBong and Hwang Sung-Ho.
Each piece will be 7 minutes in duration and will be sent out to the competitors who pass
the Preliminary Round by December 20, 2013.
3. All works must be performed by memory, with the exception of the commissioned pieces by the
Korean composers.
4. Repeats will be left to the discretion of the candidate.
5. Changes in the submitted repertoire of all rounds may be made only with the permission of the Secretariat. Competitors must notify the Secretariat of any changes in writing no later than Januray 17, 2014.
6. For all rounds, the order of the works for performance will be decided by the competitor.
7. Performances times will be strictly observed. Performances which exceed the specified time limit may be interrupted by the Jury.
8. Every round of the competition is open to the public.
 
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