Showing 7 results in the category South Korea.
Government-funded professional choir.
396 Man Nyeon-dong, So-gu, Daejeon Culture & Arts Center, Daejeon, 302-150, South Korea
Piano, vc and violin categories rotate each year. Eligibility: Open to cellists aged 15-29, exact birth dates to be confirmed. Prizes: 1st prize $30,000; 2nd prize $20,000; 3rd prize £10,000; 4th prize $7500; 5th prize $5000. Location: Tongyeong. Frequency: Annual.
4th Floor Shinwha Bldg, 1451-19 Sheocho 3 Dong, Seocho Gu, 137-867 Seoul
Departments of orch instruments, voice, comp, pno, organ.
2800 Dalgubeoldaero, Dalseo-Gu, Daegu 704-701, South Korea
Bachelor's offered in vocal music, instrumental music, comp, conducting and musicology. 3-year artist diploma in opera, lied & oratorio, instrumental music or conducting; MA in comp, music technology or musicology. School of Korean Traditional Arts also offers BA or MA in traditional music (vocal music, instrumental music, comp) and traditional folk theatrics. Also film, TV, dance, drama, multimedia and musical theatre courses.
146-37 Hwarang-ro 32-gil, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul, 136-716, Korea, Republic of
700 Seocho-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul
Even-numbered years: bass trb, euph, tb, percussion; Odd-numbered years: tpt, horn, tenor trb, br quintet. Eligibility: Open to competitors from all nationalities who were born after January 1, 1981. Prizes: 1st prize US $7,000, 2nd prize US $5,000 and 3rd prize US $4,000. Entry fees: US $100. Frequency: Annual
Jeju International Wind Ensemble Festival Organizing Committee, Jeju Media Center, 837-20, 1-do, 2-dong, Jeju City, Jeju Do, #690-832
Categories rotate each year: pno, violin, voice. Prizes: 1st prize $50,000; 2nd prize $30,000; 3rd prize $20,000; 4th prize $10,000; 5th prize $7000; 6th prize $5000. Location: Seoul. Frequency: Annual.
3 Fl, The Dong-A Ilbo Bldg, 139 Chungjeongon 3-Ga, Seodaemun-Gu, Seoul 120-715