The jury members evaluate participants according to the following point system: 1st prize: 90-100 points 2nd prize: 80-89 points 3rd prize: 70-79 points Honourable Mention: 60-69 points Diploma: All participants
All participants will receive a digital Participation Certificate.
All participants will receive written feedback from 3 relevant distinguished jury members (2 from Piano Four Hands category) after the results of the competition are published.
1st, 2nd, 3rd prize will be awarded in each category/age group. If more than one participant reaches the same mark, the prizes can be shared.
The competition committee will select the Grand Prix winners out of all First Prize winners and award special diplomas.
The jury has the right to reserve the First Prize and Grand Prix empty if the participants do not meet the requirements.
Teachers/accompanists/relevant institutions can receive diplomas on request.
Prizes in total value up to 5000€ will be distributed among selected winners. The prize fund consists of the following awards:
Scholarships and discounts for selected winners to participate in master classes/performances/study courses with members of the competition jury in the following events: - Gradus International Festival, Denmark - Südtirol Sommermusikwochen (Vinzentiunum Brixen), Italy - The Nordic Historical Keyboard Festival, Finland - PIANO WEEK, International Festival & Summer School, UK - Sciacca Festival Piano Course, Italy - Henan International Piano Festival, China - Open Piano Class, Cristina Marton-Argerich, Germany - Online Mentoring Program, Ginevra Petrucci, USA - etc.
Special award: Henle Library app credit vouchers from G. Henle Verlag for selected 1st prize winners in Category I PIANO SOLO (17-18, 19-22, 23-...) and Category V CHAMBER MUSIC (19-22, 23-...).
Other prizes, in agreement with the competition committee.
Prize winners selected by the competition jury are given web presence on the Odin International Music Online Competition homepage, Facebook page, and our partners' events by publishing their name, photo, or video after the competition.
The Odin International Music Online Competition reserves the right to distribute awards included in the prize pool.
Prize winners will be announced on the competition homepage and contacted about the awards individually.