George Gershwin International Music Competition 2022
The V George Gershwin International Music Competition for Piano, Strings, and Chamber Ensembles will take place June 7-15, 2022 in New York City.
The Competition is named after George Gershwin, whose music had long been a part of the American consciousness. Truly a pioneer in his field, George Gershwin drew inspiration from European classical music, American popular music, and jazz to form a unique style that would come to define American music.
Offering international talents performance opportunities, the competition aims to universalize George Gershwin’s extraordinary legacy around the world. Performing Gershwin’s music for the enthralled New York audience, future “stars” of a musical horizon seek to capture timelessness in an eminent sense of sound…
George Gershwin International Music Competition 2022 is a magical journey to the world of music. A week, full of exquisite performances, master classes, and enlightening community outreach concerts, culminate with the competition Award Ceremony, when the winners will be presented with prizes and concert engagements.
Along with monetary awards, finalists of the Gershwin International Music Competition 2022 will receive concerts in the United States and Europe, recordings on acclaimed music label, appearences with orchestras, alongside with marketing/media promotion.
Founded in 2013 by American pianist and composer Michael Bulychev-Okser, George Gershwin International Music Competition takes place every two years in New York, USA, and is open to talented musicians of all nationalities.
The Competition will be held at the National Opera America Center in New York City, USA, June 7-15, 2022, under the auspices of Billingual Education and Cultural Perspectives Foundation and The Link Music Management.
George Gershwin was one of the most significant and popular American composers of all time. Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1898, he wrote primarily for the Broadway musical theatre, but important as well are his orchestral and piano compositions in which he blended, in varying degrees, the techniques and forms of classical music with the stylistic nuances and techniques of popular music and jazz.
- Application Deadline Date: March 31, 2022