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The International Cochran Piano Competition was created in 2014 as the first entirely online piano competition in the world and was inspired by the music of Julian Cochran – Australian composer.

So far, four editions have taken place, in which participated 500 pianists from all over the world. Its unique formula allows participants to submit recordings of their performances digitally, with no traveling required.

 

The repertoire has to consist of Julian Cochran’s music. The performances are evaluated by the Jury consisting of prominent, award-winning musicians who do not communicate between one another – so far, these have included Yejin Gil, Stuart Isacoff, Roberto Prosseda, Jacob Shaw, Gil Sullivan, Krzysztof Jabłoński, and Kevin Kenner. Moreover, not only do they assign scores, but they also provide written feedback for every participant, as one of the core assumptions of the Competition is to provide the contestants with an opportunity to develop. Each participant is also offered a Skype conversation with the Jury member of their choice. As the Competition is supposed to be accessible for everyone, there is no upper age limit.

They expect the world´s best current teachers and horn players, who are ready to pay close attention to students for three days in November ( 12th to 15th November, 2020) in the cozy environment of the Quinta da Pedra Grande Hotel.

They are happy to announce the names of their special guests, professors of the course.

Prof. Abel Pereira

Prof. Frøydis Ree Wekre

Prof. Szabolcs Zempléni

Prof. Saar Berger

Prof. Javier Bonet

Trompas Lusas (J. Bernardo Silva, Bruno Rafael, Hugo Sousa, Nuno Costa) – Horn Ensemble

The preliminary plan of the course includes, in addition to a teachers concert and a students final concert a lecture and a workshop about work of the horn quartet led by a leading Portuguese ensemble Trompas Lusas.

They will send all detailed informations immediately to those who will be interested and will contact them via email address: info@musiconseashore.com

The Samnium University of Music has decided to launch a project that represents an attempt to offer musicians all over the world a valid and concrete possibility: INTERNATIONAL ORCHESTRA AUDITIONS AWARDS.
Through an online competition/audition, 60 musicians will be selected who will have the opportunity to play a European tour in the staff of the Samnium Symphony Orchestra in June 2021, in some of the most prestigious halls in the world: among these undoubtedly the Glass Hall of the MUSIKVEREIN IN VIENNA on June 21,2021. Besides, the winners of the First Absolute Prize will receive a $ 1500.00 scholarship.


The audition will take place online and is divided into two phases:
- pre-selection (completely free) in which candidates must send a video of their choice from the solo repertoire, deadline August 31, 2020;
- final phase in which candidates must record and send one of the orchestral excerpts chosen from those received by the Jury at the end of preselections.

June 4-15, 2020 - Registration deadline
August 16, 2020 - Video recording submission deadline
​September 1, 2020 - Winner announced

THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: 15th June 2020

The Pablo Casals International Award for Young Cellists opens its registrations period until 13 July 2020.

The competition of chamber ensembles will be held at "Stevan Mokranjac" Music School in Požarevac (Serbia) within the Competition of woodwinds from 23rd-26th April 2020.
More information: www.mokranjac.rs
Application deadline: 31st March 2020

Celebrating the 250th Anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven and the 210th Anniversary of Frédéric Chopin.

Application deadline: 2nd March (Monday), 2020 for all programs

July 6-10, 2020 at the Volos Conservatory in Volos, Greece
Deadline for application: 20 th May, 2020 (according to the post mark or electronic registration).
Application deadline: 29.02.2020
The Competition is held every two years as part of the Mayfield Festival of Music and the Arts to help and encourage advanced students and young professional musicians on the threshold of their careers. The Competition wants to support its winners in the early period of their careers; to this end, cash prizes and recital opportunities are awarded.
The Competition will be held from Wednesday April 29th 2020 to Sunday May 3rd 2020 and all performances will be in public.
Application deadline for all the master-classes from July to August - 30th of May 2020
Application deadline for all the master-classes from August to September - 30th of June 2020
Application deadline for all the master-classes in September - 30th of July 2020
Deadline for the application - 10th May 2020.

Rossi fest is an international music festival inspired by the work of eminent composer Salomone Rossi, who, through nurturing Jewish musical heritage, fosters intercultural dialogue and excites young musicians from all over the world.

Application deadline: 6th April 2020.
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