Prizes

PRIZES FOR PARTICIPANTS

Johanna van der Spuy First Prize: A gold medal and R15 000

The first prize winner will be invited to perform as soloist at the Hugo Lambrechts Concerto Festival in 2018

Second Prize: A silver medal and R8 500

Third Prize: A bronze medal and R5 000

Best Performance of South African Compositions: R4 000, R3 000 and R2 000

Category Prizes: R3 000 for each category (Piano, Strings, Woodwinds, Brass and Other instruments)

Category Prizes for the best Development Candidate: R500 for each category.

Four Unisa Prizes

Best Performance of a Baroque work in the First Round: R2 000

Best performance of a Classical work in the Second Round: R2 000

Best performance of a Romantic work in the Third Round: R2 000

Most promising candidate of 10 years and younger: R3 000

Most promising candidate of 10 years and younger (runner up): R1 500

Best performance of a Baroque work in the First Round

10 years and younger: R 1 500

Best performance of a Classical work in the Second Round 

10 years and younger: R 500

Most promising development candidate: R2 000

Project Prize for the most successful development project: R6 000

All participants in the Third Round: R900

All participants in the Final Found: R1 100

Tygerberg Prize: R1 200

Leon Hartshorne Prize for the highest achieving learner of a national SASMT member: R1 500

PRIZES FOR TEACHERS

First Prize winner’s music teacher: R2 500

Second Prize winner’s music teacher: R2 000

Third Prize winner’s music teacher: R1 500

Most promising development candidate’s teacher: R1 200

Tygerberg prize winner’s teacher: R1 200

Leon Hartshorne Prize winner’s teacher: R1 500

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