Compétition > Epreuves

First Round

Salle Varèse, CNSMDL - 3 quai Chauveau 69009 Lyon
Tuesday 19 and Wednesday 20th of April, 2022 - from 3.30pm to 10pm


Program, duration about 30' : 

1 - Set piece

Claude Debussy - Sonata
Ludwig van Beethoven - 7 variations in Eb Major on "Bei Männern, weiche Liebe fühlen"

2 – Chosen piece
One chosen piece in the following french romantic pieces list :

  • Nadia Boulanger, 3 pieces
  • Théodore Dubois, Nocturne
  • Louis Dumas, Lied for cello and piano
  • Fernand de La Tombelle, Andante in Eb Major
  • Fernand de La Tombelle, Sonata in D minor, 1st movement
  • Mel Bonis, Sonata 1st movment
  • Auguste Franchomme, Nocturne op. 15 n°2
  • Auguste Franchomme, Nocturne op. 15 n°3
  • Louis Vierne, Sonata in B minor, 1st movement
  • Rita Strohl, Sonate Titus et Bérénice, to be chosen : 2nd, 3rd or 4th movement

 *Pieces proposed in partnership with Palazzetto Bru Zane – Centre de musique romantique française



Semi final Round

Grand Amphithéâtre, Université Lyon 2 - 18 quai Claude Bernard 69007 Lyon
Friday 22nd, April 2022 - from 2pm to 10pm


Program (duration about 45')

1 - Set piece

Benoit Menut - Création pour violoncelle et piano, Editions Artchipel (7')
Commissoned work from the CIMCL

2 – Chosen piece
One chosen piece in the following french romantic pieces list :

  • Nadia Boulanger, 3 pieces
  • Théodore Dubois, Nocturne
  • Louis Dumas, Lied for cello and piano
  • Fernand de La Tombelle, Andante in Eb Major
  • Fernand de La Tombelle, Sonata in D minor, 1st movement
  • Mel Bonis, Sonata 1st movment
  • Auguste Franchomme, Nocturne op. 15 n°2
  • Auguste Franchomme, Nocturne op. 15 n°3
  • Louis Vierne, Sonata in B minor, 1st movement
  • Rita Strohl, Sonate Titus et Bérénice, to be chosen : 2nd, 3rd or 4th movement

 *Pieces proposed in partnership with Palazzetto Bru Zane – Centre de musique romantique française

3 - Chosen piece
L.v. Beethoven - An entire sonata

4 - Chosen piece
One piece chosen among the following list :

  • Franck Bridge - Sonata H.125
  • Benjamin Britten - Sonata in C Major op.65
  • Frédéric Chopin - Grand duo concertant sur des thèmes de Robert le Diable
  • Dimitri Chostakovitch - Sonata in D minor op.40
  • Gabriel Fauré - Sonata n°2 in G minor
  • César Franck - Sonata for violin in A Major, for cello and piano
  • Edvard Grieg - Sonata in A minor op.36
  • Felix Mendelssohn - Sonata n°2 in D Major
  • Gabriel Pierné* - Sonata in D Major
  • Francis Poulenc - Sonata FP 143
  • Sergueï Prokoviev - Sonata in C Major op. 119
  • Sergueï Rachmaninov- Sonata in G minor op. 19
  • Joseph-Guy Ropartz* - Sonate n°2 in A minor
  • Robert Schumann - Fünf Stücke im Volkston op. 102
  • Richard Strauss - Sonata in F Major op.6


Composer

Daniel Arango-Prada

Daniel Arango-Prada

  

Daniel Arango-Prada

Daniel Arango-Prada

Born in 1987 in Colombia, Daniel Arango-Prada currently lives in France where he devotes his time as a composer between instrumental music and electroacoustic music, but also mixed music and music to accompany imagery.

Artistic approach

His creations are the result of a long process of sound exploration (particularly thanks to the use of new technologies) and are built following a very close collaboration with many instrumentalists. This reoccurring proximity with different musicians has allowed him to develop his knowledge and understanding of instruments: Thanks to this, he can then seek to achieve a significant level of virtuosity in his pieces. The aforementioned virtuosity can be appreciated in his piece named Dune, piece that earned him the first prize of the Geneva International Music Competition in 2019 as well as the Audience Prize and the Young Audience Prize. Moreover, the rhythm parameter is one of the constituent elements of his musical discourse.

Studies and rewards

Daniel Arango-Prada began his musical journey in Colombia, where he carried out his study of music theory and classical guitar, before carrying on in Argentina and finally arriving in France in 2010 to perfect himself as a composer. He joined the instrumental and electroacoustic composition course in the Montpellier conservatory before carrying on further by joining Lyon’s regional conservatory. In September 2015, he integrated the “Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Lyon”, where he was taught by Michele Tadini, Philippe Hurel, Martin Matalon and François Roux, which resulted in him receiving a master’s in composition in 2020. Prior to his 1st prize at the Geneva Competition, he was also rewarded at the “Journées d'Informatique musicale” in 2017 in Paris and was a finalist in the international composition competition in the town of Boulogne-Billancourt in 2019. In 2021 he is invited as composer in residence at the Pablo Casals Festival in Prades, France.

Collaborations and festivals

Currently he is working in close collaboration with several instrumentalists and ensembles such as the trio “SR9” (France), the “Quatuor Béla” (France) or the “Lemanic Modern Ensemble” (Switzerland-France). His work has also been programmed in numerous festivals such as the Pablo Casals Festival, the MANCA festival in Nice, the “Turbulences Sonores” festival in Montpellier, the “Journées d’Informatique Musicale” in Paris and the “Journées Nationales d’Electroacoustique” in Amiens, Chalon-sur-Saône and Strasbourg. His music has also been performed in various European cities as well as in Asia. His works are published by BabelScores.

 

Other interests

Interested in traditional oral music and photography, Daniel Arango-Prada obtained the Nguyen Thien Dao Grant in 2019 and the “Mécénat Musical Société Générale” Grant in 2020 in order to conduct some research as well as a photographic documentary surrounding the traditional music of the Chocó region in Colombia and surrounding Nasa the indigenous community of the Colombian Andes.



Final

Grand Amphithéâtre, Université Lyon 2 - 18 quai Claude Bernard 69007 Lyon
Saturday, 23rd of April, 2022 - from 2 pm to 7 pm


 

The final recital durantion will last between 60' and 75' included :

1 - Set piece
Johannes Brahms, Sonata n°2 in Fa Major op. 99

2 – Chosen piece
An entiere piece written from 2000

3 – Chosen piece

One or several pieces (or extracts) different from the one played in previous rounds, which will complete the recital programme. 

 

During the final, a public prize will be awarded by the audience in the competition hall !





Share this Post
PALMARÈS 2022

PALMARÈS 2022

Discover the 2022 palmares
Read

Duo Galy-Gonzalez video

Duo Galy-Gonzalez video

Discover the teaser of the 2021 Prize-winners !
Read

Save the date ! Sunday 10th of October, 2021
Read