Flute Jury 2023
Principal flute of the Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra since 2003, Magali Mosnier is one of the most sought-after flutists on the international scene. Swinging happily from the Baroque to the Contemporary, she divides her career between concerts with her prestigious orchestra and solo projects throughout the world.
Having won the Jean-Pierre Rampal international competition in Paris (2001) and the ARD Competition in Munich (2004), she was named "Instrumental Soloist Revelation" at the Echo Klassik 2006 and nominated in the "Instrumental Soloist" category at the Victoires de la Musique Classique 2016 and 2020.
Magali has recorded four albums for Sony Classical: Fantaisie, Bach, Mozart and Mozart's Concerto for flute and harp with Xavier de Maistre. She has also collaborated on numerous chamber music recordings with works by Ravel, Dutilleux, Lenot, Lefrancois, and recently Debussy's flute, viola and harp Sonata with Antoine Tamestit and Xavier de Maistre for Harmonia Mundi.
This season she will appearing at the Klosters Festival with Arabella Steinbacher and Kammerakademie Potsdam, at the Moritzburg Festival, on tour in Germany with Eric Le Sage, with Anneleen Lenaerts and Nils Mönkemeyer at the Mecklenburg Vorpommern Festival, in Alexandre Desplat's concerto with the Wiener Symphoniker and Alexandre Desplat at the MusikVerein.
Magali is represented by Konzertdirektion Dr. Rudolf Goette, Hamburg. In addition to her activities as a performer, Magali Mosnier has always privileged teaching and transmission. After two years at the HEMU in Lausanne, she has been a professor at the CRR and the Pôle Supérieur de Paris for the past five years. Magali also regularly gives masterclasses in France and abroad.
FLUTE 2023 | FINAL ROUND WITH ORCHESTRA
Saturday 4 November, Victoria Hall, Geneva
The finalists will perform the following works:
- W. A. Mozart: Andante in C Major, K. 315
- One concerto from the following list:
- M. A. Dalbavie: Flute concerto
- J. Ibert: Flute concerto
- C. Nielsen: Flute concerto
With the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande
The Final Round is followed by the prize-giving ceremony
FLUTE JURY MEMBERS
Silvia Careddu, Chair
77th CONCOURS DE GENÈVE
FLUTE 2023 - SEMI-FINAL ROUND IN 3 PARTS
maximum 8 candidates
I. Recital (50-60 min): 45% of the evaluation
Free programme. The repertoire of the Solo Recital is at the free choice of the candidate. It must be constructed as a concert and explained by a programme note. The repertoire can include solo pieces and pieces with piano.
NB: The Recital should not exceed 60 minutes including the entrances/exits of the stage and the possible pauses.
II. Semi-Final: Chamber Music (approx. 45 min): 35% of the evaluation
- One baroque sonata with harpsichord from the following list:
- J. S. Bach: Sonata in E minor, BWV 1034 (14’)
- J. S. Bach: Sonata in E Major, BWV 1035 (12’)
- C. P. E. Bach: Sonata in E Major, H 506, Wq 84 (14’)
- C. P. E. Bach: Sonata in D Major, H 505, Wq 83 (13’)
- W. F. Bach: Sonata in E minor, FK 32 (11’)
- M. Blavet: « La Vibray » Sonata n°2 in D minor, Op.2 (11’)
- M. Blavet: « La Lumagne » Sonata n°4 in G Major, Op.2 (12’)
- J. M. Leclair: Sonata n°2 in E minor, Op.9 (15’)
- J. M. Leclair: Sonata n°7 in G Major, Op.9 (11’)
- G. B. Platti: Sonata n°6 in G Major, Op.3 (11’)
- A. Jolivet: Chant de Linos for flute, string trio and harp (11’)
- K. Juillerat: Work commissioned by the Competition for flute, clarinet and piano (15-20’)
III. Semi-Final: Personal Artistic Project: 20% of the evaluation
Presentation and defense of a personal artistic project
77th CONCOURS DE GENÈVE
FLUTE 2023 - ONLINE RECITAL (45 min)
maximum 40 candidates
- F. Martin : Ballade for flute and piano (7’)
- One sonata for flute and piano from the following list:
- J.F. Barnett: Grand Sonata in G minor, Op.41 (19’)
- M. Bonis: Sonata (15’)
- P. Boulez: Sonatine (12’)
- M. Olbersleben: Fantaisie Sonata op.17 (21’)
- S. Prokofiev: Sonata (25’)
- C. Reinecke: Sonata Undine (25’)
- E. Schulhoff: Sonata (13’)
- C.M. Widor: Suite Op. 39 (19’)
- One contemporary work for flute solo from the following list:
- B. Furrer: Melodia (2020) (6’)
- M. Jarrell: Le point est la source de tout (2020)
- L. Lim: Bioluminescence (2019) (7’)
- P. Manoury: Saubresauts (2020) (7’)
- M. Pintscher: Beyond (2013) (12’)
- J. Widmann: Petite Suite (2016) (6’)
- Rest of the programme at free choice
NB: The recital should not exceed 45 minutes including entrances/exits to the stage and eventual pauses.
Semi-Final Round in 3 parts: maximum 8 candidates
Deadline for submitting videos: 10 July 2023