International Rheinberger Competition for Organ

2022 | Vaduz, Principality of Liechtenstein

Terms and conditions

The competition is open to organists of any nationality, born on or after 1 January 1987.


Application for the competition must be made on the form provided, by 1 June 2022 (postmark) or by e-mail (

Please send the following documents:

  1. the completed application form
  2. copy of identity card/passport
  3. musical examination certificates (copies)
  4. CV with career and names of organ teachers to date;
    details of musical activity and any awards received
  5. photograph (digital)
  6. confirmation of payment of the entry fee of 80.- EURO (or 80.- CHF)
  7. Transfer in EURO to:
    International Rheinberger Organ Competition
    Reference: "Entry fee 2022"
    IBAN: LI85 0880 0542 4815 1200 2


    Transfer in CHF to:
    International Rheinberger Organ Competition
    Reference: "Entry fee 2022"
    IBAN: LI15 0880 0542 4815 1200 1

  8. a link with the video file (Vimeo, YouTube, WeTransfer or SwissTransfer) recorded by the applicant and containing the preselection programme in the order stated. The recording may not be in any way post-processed.
  9. a list of the works chosen for each round

All applicants will be informed by whether they have been admitted to the competition.
The entry fee will not be refunded, whether in the case of non-admission or of later cancellation.

Participants may apply for a travel allowance, stating reasons, but there is no entitlement to such an allowance.

The International Rheinberger Competition will provide each participant with a hotel room free of charge, for the duration of his/her participation. All participants will be provided with breakfast and a meal allowance on each day of their participation.

Competitors may bring a registrant, who, however, may not be a former or current teacher of the competitor. On request, we will provide a registrant; this request should be made together with the application for the competition.

Parts of the competition may be recorded and broadcast by radio or television, or photographed for the press; the International Rheinberger Competition reserves the right to use the radio recordings for a CD publication. Competitors agree to waive any rights or fees relating to these recordings.