The contemporary piano 2019

Philippe Mathis – Prize winner composer of the  Composition competition “The contemporary piano 2019” for the music composition “Dimensions 1”.

The contemporary piano 2019

The competition is open to composers of all ages and nationalities and selection criteria are musical and no extra-musical parameters such as gender, level of difficulty, nationality and age quotas etc will be taken into account.

The quality of the text is examined by the jury. Unpublished works & worksworks (Modern compositions for piano solo or piano 4 hands, duration 3 to 5 minutes) that have been performed previously and won competitions in the past may be submitted.

The results of this year’s international composition competition can be read here

Dimensions no. 1 – “The ugly duckling” (Toccatina) : Dimensions is a work for contemporary piano on several tonality and the vibrations of the Universe. The Universe contain ten dimensions and the number 1 corresponds at the chaos. Undefinable, impalpable, ineffable.

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Opus Dissonus 2017

Philippe Mathis 2nd Prize in the 3rd Opus Dissonus Composition Competition  with the work Dimensions (number 5)

Dimensions 5

Opus Dissonus is a worldwide competition open to all composers, regardless of nationality or age. Composers must submit piano solo works no longer than twelve minutes. Artur Cimirro, composer and pianist , is founder of Opus Dissonus

The competition is open to all composers, regardless of nationality or age.
Composers must submit piano solo works no longer than twelve minutes.
Submissions are limited to three works per composer.