Requirements for your participation at IOIA 2019 are:

  • You play any of the following orchestral instruments: violin, viola, cello, double bass, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, timpani
  • You are aged between 16 and 25 (exceptions are possible)
  • You have sufficient knowledge of German or English
  • You have a health insurance valid in Austria

Costs:

The course fee is 900€.

 

It includes:

- tuition (including two hours of individual lessons per student)

- various excursions

- lodging in double or triple rooms with breakfast for the whole period

 

The 'Society of the Friends of the Vienna Philharmonic' supports every participant with a generous grant. Thus, the effective amount to be paid by the student is 250€ (payable after admission). 

 

All travel expenses have to be paid by the participants. However, participants with high travel costs may apply for financial aid.


Registration:

In order to register for IOIA 2019, please submit the online registration form. Additionally, you need to supply unedited videos of yourself performing (either with or without piano/orchestra accompaniment). The repertoire requirements for these videos are: 

  • Violin:

    exposition (or more) of the first movement of a concerto of the classical period

    Mozart: 'Haffner' Symphony, 4th movement, measures 110 to 181 (1st violin)

    one piece/movement of free choice

  • Viola:

    exposition (or more) of the first movement of a concerto of the classical period

    Mozart: 'Haffner' Symphony, 4th movement, measures 134 to 181

    one piece/movement of free choice

  • Cello:

    exposition (or more) of the first movement of a concerto of the classical period

    Mozart: 'Haffner' Symphony, 4th movement, measures 80 to 140

    one piece/movement of free choice

  • Double bass:

    exposition (or more) of the first movement of a concerto of the classical period

    Mozart: 'Haffner' Symphony, 4th movement, measures 1 to 37

    one piece/movement of free choice

  • Flute:

    exposition (or more) of the first movement of Mozart K. 313

    Mendelssohn: violin concerto Op. 64, 1st movement, upbeat to measure 336 to 363 (1st flute)

    one piece/movement of free choice

  • Oboe:
    Wagner: Siegfried-Idyll (measures 203 to 218)

    J. Strauss: Overture 'The Gipsy Baron': Andantino (figure 4 to 8)

    one fast movement of free choice

  • Clarinet:

    exposition (or more) of the first movement of Mozart K. 622

    Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf Op. 67 (Nervoso)

    one fast movement of free choice

  • Bassoon:
    exposition (or more) of the first movement of Mozart K. 191

    Donizetti: L'elisir d'amore, No. 19

    one piece/movement of free choice

  • Horn:
    Wagner: Siegfried-Idyll (Takt 259 bis 274)

    Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5: 2nd movement, beginning until bar 29
    one fast movement of free choice

  • Trumpet:

    Haydn: Concerto, 2nd movement

    Beethoven: Overture 'Leonore' No. 3, Signal

    one fast movement of free choice
  • Timpani:
    Beethoven: Symphony No. 9, 1st movement (Orchester Probespiel Pauke, Edition Schott)
    Richard Hochrainer: Etudes for Timpani (Volume 1, Publisher L. Doblinger), Nr. 33

 

Please provide either Youtube-links or links to Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive or something equivalent.

All videos will be evaluated by a jury formed by members of the Vienna Philharmonic. Invitation to the course will be based on the resulting order.

The deadline for registration is May 10, 2019!