First Prize – Jürgen Voigt alto trombone
- The 2017 ITA Competitions General Requirements must be strictly followed to avoid disqualification.
- Applicants must strictly follow the Recording Guidelines for the 2017 ITA Solo and Ensemble Competitions to avoid disqualification.
- Live piano accompaniment is required. No pre-recorded accompaniments are acceptable.
- The required repertoire should be submitted as a single audio file, with no editing within the submitted recording. Accepted file formats include: MP3, OGG, M4A, WMA, WAV, AAC, FLAC, AIFF, AIF. Video entries are not accepted for this competition.
- Each movement may be recorded separately and assembled into a single track, but there may be no editing within each movement. All movements should be recorded at the same location with the same recording setup.
- The submitted file must not contain any identifying information. The audio file should be named: “AltoEntry.mp3” (.wav, etc.)
- Past winners of the ITA Alto Trombone Competition are not eligible in the 2017 ITA Alto competition.
Preliminary Round Repertoire
- Gottfried Finger, ed. Hejda/Mastalir – Sonata in Eb (Editions Bim)
Final Round Repertoire
- Leopold Mozart, ed. Weinmann – Concerto, Adagio and Allegro movements (Edition Kunzelmann)*Finalists are encouraged to play a cadenza of their choice at the fermata in measure 123 of the Allegro movement.
|2009||Márton Kuna||Music School of Kecskemét, Hungary|
|2010||Joshua Bledsoe||Arizona State University|
|2011||Brian Santero||Curtis Institute of Music|
|2012||Charlotte van Passen||Conservatorium van Amsterdam|
|2013||Kurt Neubauer||Janacek Academy of Music and Performance Arts Brno|
|2014||Jonathan Houghtling||DePaul University|
|2015||Tobias Lang||Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK)|
|2016||Therese Iversen||Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus|