The ORDA-2017 recorder competition promises an exciting opportunity for all participants: the chance to play for a wide audience, to meet and listen to other players, to get tips and feedback from an expert jury and, perhaps, to take a prize home!
The application period closed on the 15th of July 2017.
The competition is open to amateur recorder players of all ages, divided into three main categories:
A) Recorder solo or with accompaniment
B) Recorder duo, trio, quartet and quintet • mixed ensembles of 2 up to 5 members C) Recorder sextets and larger ensembles • mixed ensembles of 6 or more members
These categories are subdivided into three age groups (average age when entering as an ensemble): 1) 11 years and younger 2) 12 to 15 years old 3) 16 years and older
There is also a special (pre)professional category:
D) Recorder consorts formed by Conservatoire students and/or graduates with an average age up to 30 years.
Jury members in 2017:
- Bert Honig (NL, president)
- Piers Adams (UK)
- Bart Coen (BE)
- Inês d'Avena (NL/Brazil)
- Winfried Michel (DE)
- Pernille Petersen (DK)
NEW: In 2017 a junior jury will hand out a special prize to the best item in the finals
- Lucie Horsch (NL, President)
- Felix Gutschi (A, 1st prize winner categorie A3, 2015)
- Bram Verhaegh (NL, 2nd prizewinner A2 and A3 2012 & 2015)