Queen Elisabeth Competition

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The Queen Elisabeth International Music Competition of Belgium founded in 1937, is among the world's most prestigious and demanding music competitions. It alternates between cello, piano, violin, and voice and consists of three rounds in which each candidates gives a recital. Each round leads to the selection of a subset of candidates. This paper presents and analyses the rule used to select candidates and its specificities. It shows that the rule does not satisfy many of the classical properties deemed as desirable in the social choice literature.

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