Participants will be provided with free hotel accommodation in Oslo for as long as they remain in the competition.
Participants must book and pay for their own travel to and from Oslo.
Practice rooms at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts are available free of charge to all participants.
The competition will provide experienced accompanists for all participants in the preliminary rounds and semi-final of the competition. Participants who wish to use their own accompanist may do so.
The Queen Sonja International Music Competition reserves the exclusive right to make sound and video recording as well as photographic documentation of the competition, and owns all the rights for this material. Any income arising from such material will be retained by the competition.
The application fee is €90 and must be paid upon submission of the application.
Successful candidates who are invited to the competition will be required to confirm their acceptance by transferring €200 to the competition’s bank account.
The applicant will be accepted officially as a contestant when the competition receives this fee and the requested sheet music. €100 will be returned to candidates after the registration in Oslo.
All invited participants who do not have their own pianist must provide clear and easily legible sheet music for their repertoire in the preliminary round and semi-final. The sheet music must be sent by e-mail to the competition within the given deadline.