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It's essential to stay up-to-date with entry details for the world's major international competitions. Prepare your applications now, follow us on social media and sign up for our newsletter!   Upcoming Application Deadlines for major international competitions through to September 2020 are listed below:   31 July 2020 - Basel Composition Competition - Composition 31 July 2020 - Stuttgart International Violin Competition - Violin 03 August 2020 - International Virgilijus Noreika Competition for Singers

“COVID-19 has greatly impacted the classical music sector.  Artists, conservatoires, concert venues and festivals have altered their operations and schedules significantly.  However, this time of re-assessment has inspired new ways of keeping our artform alive.  Opportunities for greater international connection and resource sharing are expanding and alternative futures are being developed.” Free Public Registration for Webinar via Zoom:  https://bit.ly/2AQdyus   The Global Foundation for the Performing Arts (GFPA), is extremely

Educating and inspiring the next generation of ballet dancers continues in the face of the current COVID-19 crisis.  Ballet educators are finding new ways to transfer their knowledge to young dancers using technology and safe practice measures.  Opportunities for greater international connection and resource sharing are expanding and ballet teachers are adapting quickly to the “new normal”.   The headlines about musicians and cancelled concerts have dominated

"The Competition’s purpose is to discover a young musician capable of representing the Competition’s va- lues: musicality, sensitivity, humility, constant re-evaluation, continual striving for excellence, attention to chamber music partners and respect for the composer’s musical text." The Competition is open to pianists of any nationality born after 31 December 1993 and will be held in Vevey, Switzerland. Applications close on Wednesday 28 April 2021. Register now via Acceptd

Join us for our ONLINE Webinar presented in partnership with the Secretariat for the UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions (2005). Speakers include: Nina ANANIASHVILI - State Ballet of Georgia Frank ANDERSEN - Royal Danish Ballet Madeleine ONNE - Finnish National Ballet Garry TRINDER - New Zealand School of Dance Zhirui (Regina) ZOU - Beijing Dance Academy   Friday 15 May 2020

The Arthur Rubinstein Virtual PianoFest will be live-streamed via the Facebook page of the Arthur Rubinstein International Music Society from 5 to 21 May - the intended dates of the 2020 Competition. One hour of music each evening: 12 pianists – all of whom are either members of the Rubinstein Competition Junior Jury or winners of national Israeli Competitions – will perform live from Clairmont Hall at the

The jury of the twelfth edition of the competition features Pekka Kuusisto, Wei Dong Tong, Lucie Robert, Isabelle van Keulen, Ilya Kaler, Ida Kavafian, Nam Yun Kim and Henning Kraggerud, and is chaired by Sakari Oramo. In the final rounds of the competition, the contestants will perform as soloists with the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Dima Slobodeniouk and the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra conducted

NOW OPEN: Applications for the 2021 Singapore International Violin Competition (17-29 January)! All completed applications need to be submitted by 15 September 2020, GMT+8 2359h. The triennial SIVC promotes the continued strength of classical music in the region and showcases top violinists from around the world. Open to candidates of all nationalities born after 31 December 1990, the competition will award over USD110,000 in prizes with

The 32 competitors who will compete in the 12th Sydney International Piano Competition have been announced. The Competition has been postponed to 2021 due to COVID-19 and final details and dates will be announced soon. As a consequence of the global COVID-19 situation and the strict travel and public gathering guidelines, the 12th Sydney International Piano Competition will be postponed to a later date – to