3. GENERAL RULES
A. The mdw will not cover any stay-related expenses (room and board) incurred by the participating candidates. The competition office can, however, assist participants in searching for suitable accommodations.
B. Video and audio recordings as well as radio and television broadcasts of the competition are planned.
C. The organiser of the competition reserves all rights (including those pertaining to any possible audio or video recordings and their broadcast and/or presentation via other modes); no claims by third parties will be acknowledged.
D. By signing the application form, all ensemble members grant the competition organiser the right to publish and pass on to third parties information pertaining to the ensemble and its members.
E. It is highly recommended that ensembles use the editions indicated by the competition or ones that are as true as possible to the original. Upon the jury‘s request, candidates must present the scores being used.
F. All live rounds are open to the public.
G. The rules and regulations of the International Joseph Haydn Chamber Music Competition 2020 will be published in two languages (German and English).
Only the German text is to be viewed as official and legally binding.
H. Should the organisational committee decide to cancel the competition, the accepted participants will be entitled to reimbursement of the participation fee.