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The competition is open for the following categories: Piano Duo, Voice, Horn and Violin to musicians of all nations born between 1992 and 2004 for horn and violin, between 1989 and 2001 for voice, total age maximum 60, single members not older than 35 for piano duo Total Prizes € 94,500. Grants, Special Prizes and invitations to give concerts. Schedule: August 30 to September 17, 2021. The repertoire for each category can be found at: http://www.br.de/ard-music-competition/index.html Application fee: € 10; Entry fees: EUR 90 (piano duos EUR 120). Application deadline: March 31, 2021
Internationaler Musikwettbewerb der ARD, c/o Bayerischer Rundfunk, Rundfunkplatz 1, München, D-80335, Germany
Eligibility: Open to pno with str ens, from duo to pno quartet. Upper age limit 32. Requirements: Ens must show they have been performing together regularly during 2019 and 2020. Prizes: Winner awarded concerts in prestigious London venues, plus further concert opportunities. Entry fees: £50 Location: Central London. Dates: Spring 2021 (previously 2019). Closing date for applications: 1 Dec 2020. Frequency: Biennial.
Hamilton Cottage, Waterloo Road, Cranbrook, Kent, TN17 3JJ, United Kingdom
Eligibility: Open to violinists of any nationality born in or after 1985. Prizes: I 25.000€, II 18.000€, III 12.000€, IV, V and VI 2000€ each Location: Helsinki. Dates: 22 November - 3 December , 2021 Frequency: Quinquennial.
Sibelius Academy, PO Box 38, Uniarts, 00097, Finland
TRIO PIANO, VIOLIN, CELLO 2018, April 10 to 15 31.000 euros, concerts, EPK Open to artists under 35 Jury : Natalia Gutman, cello (Munich), Emmanuel Hondré, concert managing director in Philharmonie (Paris), Sergey Kravchenko, violin (Moscow), Avedis Kouyoumdjian, piano (Wien), Niklas Schmidt, cello (Hambourg), Susan Tomes, piano (Edinburgh), Jean-Marc Philips-Varjabedian, violin (Paris) Rules, program, application form on www.cimcl.fr Final round Beethoven Triple concerto with Lyon Opera Orchestra conducted by Bernhard Kontarsky. Live streaming on NoMadMusic and broadcast on France musique.
54 rue du 1er mars 1943, Villeurbanne, F-69100, France
Eligibility: Pianists of all nationalities under 36 years old. Prizes: EUR 120,000. Entry fees: EUR 100. DECEMBER 6, 2023 APPLICATION DEADLINE Dates: FIRST PHASE:FIRST ROUND - CHICAGO, USA: MARCH 16-17, 2024 / Roosevelt University -- Rudolph Ganz Memorial Hall - ORLÉANS, France: APRIL 24-27, 2024 / Conservatoire d’Orléans -- Salle de l’Institut - SHANGHAI, China: MAY 11-12, 2024 / Shanghai Conservatory of Music -- He Luting Concert Hall SECOND ROUND OCT. 26 - OCT. 27, 2024 SECOND ROUND OCT. 29 - OCT. 30, 2024 SEMI-FINAL RECITAL NOV. 2, 2024 FINAL
Operatic Singers - 1st Section - 35 years, Voice Students - 2nd Sections - 24 years. 14th-21st August 2020 in Deutschandsberg. Application Deadline - 10th March 2020. Winners concert 24th April 2020 at the Opera House of Graz. Grazer Philharmoniker, M° Marius Burkert. Jury Fiorenza COSSOTTO, Chairwoman; Richard BONYNGE, Andrea de AMICI, Peter DVORSKY, Cristina FERRARI, Günter FRUHMANN, Anatoli GOUSSEV, Vittorio TERRANOVA, Alberto TRIOLA.
Holleneggerstraße 10, Deutschlandsberg, 8530, Austria
2nd Ise-Shima International Piano Competition Our mission is to promote musicians’ activities and to give a chance for them through competition through this online-based competition. ELIGIBILITY • Our competition is open to all pianists of all nationalities. • No age limit. APPLICATION PROCESS Competitor Online Application – AVAILABLE February 29, 2020 • DEADLINE: May 1, 2021 • Recorded performance (possibly by phone or video camera) must be submitted by video links in Youtube / Vimeo. • Application Fee is free.
Mie Toba Shi Osatsu Cho, 2003, Japan
4th International Competition: Voice (Milano, 8/10 October, closing date for registrations: 30 September); Chamber Music (Cremona, 16/18 October, closing date for registrations: October); Piano (Brescia and Milano, 22/25 October, closing date for registrations: 11 October) Age limit: 32 years. Prize amount: 20.000 euro and concerts. Special prizes for best interpretation of music specially written for the contest. Competition will take place during the Expo period, in Milano and in other cities nearby. Visit website: http://www.coopmusicawards.eu/ for informations and application form
Competition for classical gui. Eligibility: Open to performers born on or after 1 Jan 1985 (Junior section under 16 years) . Requirements: Set works; final with orch. Prizes: Cash prize EUR 17,500. Entry fees: EUR 100. Location: Alessandria. Frequency: Annual.
Piazza Garibaldi, 16, 15121 - Alessandria, Italy
The Vietnam International Choir Competition brings together choirs from all over the world every two years for a combined experience of choral competitions, Friendship Concerts, Evaluation Performances and Individual Coachings – all in the breathtaking setting of ancient Vietnam. The competitions in 12 different categories take place directly at the waterfront: The Hội An Beach Resort is located directly between river and sea and provides a paradisiac, palm-fringed backdrop to the event.
Ruhberg 1, 35463 Fernwald/ Germany, 35415, Germany
The 2022 Elizabeth Connell Prize is open to professional Sopranos and Mezzo Sopranos of all nationalities aged 25-34 as of 1 June 2022. The competition’s aim, based on Elizabeth Connell’s own wishes, is to foster aspiring young dramatic female voices who show the potential to sing the more dramatic repertoire. Entrants do not have to currently be a dramatic soprano or dramatic mezzo soprano to enter, simply show potential. All repertoire is accepted, especially the lyric repertoire, which is highly encouraged for this age group. AUD$60,000 in cash prizes to be won.
PO Box 2692, Bowral, NSW, 2576, Australia
Eligibility: Must be aged under 30 and permanent Australian resident or citizen. 3 categories: string, kb, other instrumental. Requirements: 2 stage competition. Prizes: 1st prize AU $20,000 plus concert engagements with the Australian symphony orchs. Entry fees: AU $60. Location: Australian capital cities. Closing date for applications: Dec. Frequency: Annual. Dates; 29 Oct - 7 Nov.
PO Box 1145, Darlinghurst, NSW 1300, Australia
Eligibility: Open to junior conservatoire students or pupils of AESS members aged 13-18. Requirements: 15-minute themed recital of English art song, inc spoken verse. Prizes: £300, £200, £100 plus £200 for the best spoken element. Entry fees: £15. Preliminaries round and final in November 2020. Closing date for applications: October 2020. Exact details to be posted online: September 2020. Venues to be confirmed. Frequency: Annual. Visit: http://www.aofess.org.uk/?page_id=426
29 Petersfield, Chelmsford, CM1 4EP, United Kingdom
Eligibility: Open to students at music college or AESS members aged 23-32. Requirements: 20-min themed recital of English art song, inc spoken verse. Prizes: First prize £2000, 2nd prize £1000; 3rd prize £1000; also £1000 accomp prize. Entry fees: £20 Location: London conservatoires. Dates: May. Closing date for applications: Mid Apr. Frequency: Annual.
The Well House, 20 Barney Road, Fulmodestone, Fakenham, Norfolk, NR21 0AT, United Kingdom
The competition is open to all organists; applicants need not be AGO members. See the AGO website for the rules and online application. There is an initial application round from which up to five semifinalists are chosen. The semifinal and final rounds are held in conjunction with the biennial AGO national convention held in even numbered years. First Prize $5,000 and CD/video recording; Second Prize $3,000; Third Prize $2000; Audience Prize $1,500.
475 Riverside Drive, Ste. 1260, New York, NY, 10115, United States
Eligibility: Open to organists aged 22-32 at the time of competition; online application at www.agohq.org. Procedure: 1 initial application/recorded round from which up to nine semifinalists will be chosen, followed by a semifinal and final round. Prizes: 1st prize $13,000, CD recording, and career assistance; 2nd prize $5,000, 3rd prize $3,000; audience prize $1,000. Entry fees: $75 for AGO members and $125 for non-members. Location: Varies depending on the location of the biennial National Convention. Dates: Initial application tentative deadline, October, 2021. Frequency: Biennial.
American Guild of Organists, 475 Riverside Drive, Suite 1260, New York, NY, 10115, United States
Eligibility: Any age or nationality. Requirements: Ordinarily, the competition will call for proposals for the commission of a work for SATB chorus and organ in which the organ plays a distinct and significant role. There will be an online application for the 2022 award that is available from April 1 through June 30, 2020 on the AGO website. Prizes: 1st prize $2000 and publication by ECS Publishing. Prizes: $2000 and publication of the piece. Piece is premiered at the Guild's biennial national convention in July of even-numbered years (2022). Frequency: Biennial.
American Guild of Organists, 475 Riverside Drive, Suite 1260, New York, NY 10115, United States
2020: Eligibility: Open to all composers regardless of age or citizenship. Requirements: The competition will ordinarily call for a proposal for the commission of a solo organ work. Requirements for any individual cycle are usually announced in the April issue of TAO magazine and the Guild's website in even-numbered years. There is an online application for the 2022 award that is available from April 1 through June 30, 2020. Prizes: 1st prize $2000 and publication by Fred Bock Music. The piece is premiered in July of even-numbered years at the Guild's biennial convention. Frequency: Biennial.
American Guild of Organists, 475 Riverside Drive, Suite 1260, New York, NY 10115, United States
Violin lessons, courses, and masterclasses for children who aspire professional career in music industry. Preparation for violin competitions.
4 Roy Grove, Hampton, London, TW12 3DN, United Kingdom
Aims to promote and encourage the creation of new music by young professional comps of all nationalities. Eligibility: Open to comps of any nationality, born after 1 Jan 1973. Unperformed and unpublished works of all styles. Requirements: Works for solo voice, instrument or ens (up to 15 players; see website for available instruments). One score per comp; works must be unpublished and must not have been publicly performed or broadcast before announcement of the prize. Application form required, available from website. Prizes: 1st prize $2500. Entry fees: None.
Alea III, 855 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215, United States