The programme should contain compositions from each of the following four groups of composers – at least four compositions in total (at least one composition from each group).
The total time of the musical presentation may not be less than 20 minutes or more than 25 minutes.
The precise order of performance of the compositions from the respective groups is not fixed (it depends on the performer).
One or more etudes selected from the oeuvre of the following composers:
The programme should contain works from each of the following two groups of composers – at least two compositions in total (at least one from each group).
It is acceptable to perform one work, considered to be a work of classical music, selected by the participant from the legacy of a deceased Polish composer whose name is not featured on the list below. The duration of this composition may not exceed 10 minutes.
The total time of the musical presentation may not be less than 35 minutes or more than 40 minutes.
The precise order of performance of the compositions from both groups is not fixed (it depends on the performer).
The works performed in this stage may not be the same as those performed in Stage I.
In the finals, the participant performs a piano concerto selected from the list below.
The concerto is performed alongside an orchestra.
1. Franciszek Lessel – Piano Concerto in C major, op. 14
2. Miłosz Magin – Piano Concerto No. 2 for piano, strings and timpani
3. Artur Malawski – Symphonic Studies for piano and orchestra
4. Henryk Melcer-Szczawiński – Piano Concerto No. 1 in E minor
5. Kazimierz Serocki – Romantic Concerto for piano and orchestra
6. Aleksander Tansman – Piano Concerto No. 1
7. Józef Wieniawski – Piano Concerto in G minor, op. 20
8. Władysław Żeleński – Piano Concerto in E flat major, op. 60