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The Tokyo International Viola Competition is held every three years as part of the Viola Space, a festival for viola founded in 1992 through the initiative of internationally distinguished violist Nobuko Imai, and dedicated to "celebrating the viola", "introducing outstanding works and new works for viola", and "fostering young artists". Winners of the competition are guaranteed a chance to perform...

The Sendai International Music Competition was established by the City of Sendai in 2001 and is held every three years. The Competition aims to boost the careers of talented young musicians, thereby contributing to the promotion of music and international cultural exchange. The Competition has the unique aspect of focusing on concertos in the selection of its repertoire, is run...

The Executive Committee of the 11th Hamamatsu International Piano Competition (President: Yasutomo Suzuki, Mayor of Hamamatsu City) regrets to announce the cancellation of the competition slated to be held in November this year.  The decision was made in view of the current situation in Japan, where strict travel restrictions and a mandatory 14-day quarantine after entry are implemented to prevent the...

Established in 1966 with the aim of discovering and supporting outstanding musical talents, the Tokyo International Music Competition for Conducting vigorously promotes the growth of young musicians who display a broad range of promise in an international forum. It also serves to promote cultural exchanges between representatives of different countries and to contribute to the further development of musical culture....

The Takamatsu International Piano Competition was held in 2006 for the first time and is held every four years as an international music competition led by local people. The purpose of the Competition is to discover and foster outstanding pianists from all over the world. In addition, the TIPC aims to provide local young people with an excellent opportunity to...

The Mt. Fuji International Opera Competition of Shizuoka was originally scheduled in 2020, however, it has been postponed to 2023 due to the global pandemic of COVID-19. The competition is open to candidates of age 36 or younger (born on or after October 28, 1986). Commencing in 1996, the 50 year after the death of MIURA Tamaki, Shizuoka Prefectural Government has held...