Repertoire

The Award finalists must be prepared to perform up to four 45-minute solo recitals across a range of contrasting repertoire during the Award week in Shepparton.

For each solo recital as well as the semi final and grand final, a flier will be available that details the repertoire scheduled to be performed by the Award finalists.

For their solo recitals, Award finalists must include a selection from the Award repertoire groups, which include:

  • Baroque music – up to and including Johann Sebastian Bach.
  • Classic music – after Bach, including the music of Ludwig van Beethoven and Franz Schubert.     
  • Romantic music – from the 19th century up to 1900, but not including the music of Beethoven or Schubert.
  • French impressionist music and 20th century music up to 1950.    
  • Music composed after 1950.
  • An Australian classic work.