Submission of applications for participation in the ITOPC is carried out until 1st March, 2019. application 2019Application 2019
- The International Tchaikovsky Online Piano Competition For Young Musicians 13-08-2018
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The International Tchaikovsky Online Piano Competition for Young Musicians
The International Tchaikovsky Online Piano Competition for Young Musicians is dedicated to the memory of one of the greatest composers Pyotr Tchaikovsky (1840-1893). This competition is held to motivate young pianists up to 17 years old of different nationalities to master the classical music programs and to provide them with an opportunity to be consulted by leading musicians and professors of their performing skills. It also provides the opportunity to perform on a global online platform as well as an opportunity to perform live.
Professor, Rector of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory. From 2004 to 2008 held the post of Minister of Culture and Mass Communication of the Russian Federation. From 1964 to 1967 studied in Gnesins Secondary Music School and received silver medal after its completion. In 1968 he became a student of the Musicology department at the Moscow Conservatory and received diploma cum laude in 1973.
A regular guest artist at numerous music centers in the United States, he also performs and teaches frequently all over the globe. Between the 2010 -2015 seasons he performed over 90 concerts in America, Australia, Brazil, Colombia, Hungary, Romania, England, Taiwan, Hong Kong, The People's Republic of China, Korea and Japan. Some of the highlights of those seasons include performances with the Sacramento Symphony Orchestra, performing as soloist/conductor of Mozart Piano Concertos at the University of Leeds, as Artist-in-Residence and a return visit to present a solo recital and master class series at the Liszt Academy in Budapest.
One of the leading pianists and pedagogues in Korea. He won in 1985 the first prize in the prestigious 6th Robert Casadesus International Piano Competition (presently, the Cleveland Competition). Since then, he has performed in recital and with orchestra in major cities throughout the United States, Europe and Asia.
KYUNG-SOOK LEE, Pianist
One of Korea's foremost pianists, studied at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia under Mieczyslaw Horszowski and Rudolf Serkin. In 1967 after completing her studies at the Curtis Institute of Music, she went on to win prizes at the Philadelphia Orchestra Auditions and the Geneva International Music Competition. Performed with many international orchestras including the Philadelphia Orchestra, L'orchestra de la Suisse Romande, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, and Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. In recognition of her remarkable musical achievements, she was awarded numerous prizes and accolades over the years.
People’s Artist of Russia. Award winning pianist, graduate of the Moscow Conservatory where he studied under Aleksey Nasedkin. Professor at the Moscow Conservatory and guest professor at Sakuyo University (Japan). The only pianist ever to win the top prizes at both the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow (1982) and the Leeds International Piano Competition (1987). Principle of the Central Music School at the Moscow Conservatory (2011-2016).
Received Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Piano Performance from Hanyang University (Seoul) as a student of Chung Yoon Park. She continued her studies in the United States at the University of Texas at Austin, where she completed her Doctor of Musical Arts degree in 2003 as a student of Anton Nel. By 2008 she further received her Artist Diploma from the University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music under Frank Weinstock.
Born in 1949, the son of Akeo Watanabe, a renowned conductor and founder of the Japan Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. After graduating from the composition department of the Music High School of the Tokyo Arts National University, he studied at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston. There he earned a Bachelor of Music Degree and the prestigious Artist's Diploma in Piano, studying with Theodore Lettvin. He then went to the Juilliard School in New York where he studied with Sascha Gorodnitzki and earned a Master's Degree in Piano in 1975. Yasuo made his debut as a Concert Pianist in 1972 in Tokyo.
Pascal Nemirovski is recognized as one of the most sought-after piano pedagogues in the world with many of his students winning top international prizes (Leeds, Ettlingen, YCA New York, YCAT London, BBC New Generation Artist…) and are now successful recording artists represented by major Concert Artist Management companies. He studied at the Juilliard School with Nadia Reisenberg and Adele Marcus where he was awarded a full scholarship (Steinway & Freundlich Fund) and then started to give concerts in Europe, the United States and Asia.
Liu Shih Kun
Liu Shikun is a world-renowned Chinese pianist, when he was seventeen he received the special prize at the Liszt International Piano Competition in Hungary. In 1958, Mr. Liu won the second prize at the First Tchaikovsky International Piano Competition in Moscow at the age of 19 (the first prize was given to famous American pianist, Van Cliburn).
How to Apply
The first and second round of this competition is submitted by
uploading performance videos in accordance with the
requirements for the repertoire.
Recordings must not be edited, nor should any effects such as “reverb” be added.
How to Apply
- 1Sign in to YouTube.
- 2Click on Upload at the top of the page.
- 3Before you start uploading the video, you can choose the video privacy settings.
- 4Select the video you'd like to upload from your computer.
- 5As the video is uploading, you can edit both the basic information and the
- 6advanced settings of the video and decide if you want to notify subscribers
- 7Click Publish to finish uploading a public video to YouTube.