List of ConcertosConcerti


The following is a list of concerto movements that participants can choose from, if they wish to perform with chamber orchestra(first movements only):
Johann Sebastian Bach
Concerto in D minor, BWV 1052
Franz Joseph Haydn
Concerto in D Major
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Concerto in C Major, K467
Concerto in A Major, K488
Ludwig van Beethoven
Concerto N.3 in C minor, Op.37
Frederic Chopin
Concerto in F minor, Op.21 (with string quintet)
Felix Mendelssohn
Concerto N.1 in G minor, Op.25
Robert Schumann
Concerto in A minor, Op.54


Questa è una lista dei concerti che i partecipanti potranno scegliere da suonare con orchestra(first movements only): Johann Sebastian Bach -Concerto in RE minore, BWV1052 Franz Joseph Hayden -Concerto in RE maggiore Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart -Concerto in DO maggiore, K467 -Concerto in LA maggiore, K488 Ludwig van Beethoven -Concerto N3 in DO minore, Op.37 Fredric Chopin -Concerto in FA minore, Op. 21 (con quintetto d’archi) Felix Mendelssohn -Concerto N.1 in SOL minore, Op. 25 Robert Schumann -Concerto in LA minore, Op.54


Scholarship Awards for 2023 Edition!

Alicia de Larrocha Memorial Prize

Scholarship award given by Alicia Torra de Larrocha in honor of her mother, the late, great Spanish pianist. The prize is given also in celebration of Alicia de Larrocha’s decades-long friendship with Maestro Eduardo Delgado. It will be awarded to a young talent showing great promise for a future career. The recipient of the Alicia de Larrocha Memorial prize will receive €300 and a Diploma, and is going to be announced during the closing ceremony of the Festival, the evening of August 17th.

Ginastera Prize

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the great Argentinian composer Alberto Ginastera’s passing. Thanks to the generosity of his daughter, Georgina Ginastera, TIMM 2023 participants can win the Ginastera Prize. The Prize consists of €300 and a Diploma. In order to be considered for the Ginastera Prize, participants must perform an original Ginastera piece for solo piano, of their own choice and of any duration, but not to exceed 15 minutes, in occasion of their shared solo recital. Participants who choose to compete for the Ginastera Prize must submit the repertoire on their application form. The recipient of the Ginastera Prize will be announced during the closing ceremony of the Festival, the evening of August 17th.