Do not allow playback performance.
Category 1. Folklore song.
Folk choirs, groups, chamber ensembles, vocal and instrumental groups and soloists for the authentic, modified and original folk songs.
Folk choirs perform two songs (with or without accompaniment) lasting up to 5 minutes.
Groups, chamber ensembles and soloists perform two songs lasting up to 5, 4 and 3 minutes respectively. Participants must be dressed in folk costumes.
Category 2. Popular song
Vocal groups, vocal and instrumental groups and soloists performers of popular music. Participants may perform two songs with a playing time up to 5, 4 and 3 minutes respectively. The program allows a maximum of two individual performers for each team.
Singing of vocal groups is required to be “live” with musical accompaniment or singback. One of the songs should be performed in native language of participants. Only one performance of song in a foreign language allowed.
Category 3. Classical singing
Classic choirs and individual singers accepted. Performers should present two songs, one of which is a cappella, with a duration 5 and 3 minutes respectively
Category 4. Folklore musical instruments
Folklore musical instruments orchestras (mixed and homogeneous) and soloists are accepted.
Performers are expected to present a program with a total duration of up to 20 minutes for groups and 8 minutes for soloists.
Category 5. Pop, rock and jazz music.
Each formation may present a solo program with duration of up to 10 minutes in a style of choice. Soloist singers may present a program up to 5 minutes in these styles of own choice.
Category 6. Classical musical instruments.
Piano, violin and other classical instruments.
Soloists, chamber groups and orchestras. They should perform up to two musical pieces with a total duration of up to 8 minutes for the contest.
Category 7. Mixed music and dance ensembles.
Each formation can present a separate program to 20 minutes in the style of choice.
The performances of the ensembles are accompanied by live music or synbek.
Competition works are performed with instrumental accompaniment or with a phonogram.
Once the request has been confirmed by the organizing team, the music files must be emailed (firstname.lastname@example.org) in cda or MP3 format, under an individual name (participant name / FI – number name) )