IV Tallinn International Piano Competition
1st Prize – €10 000
2nd Prize – €7000
3rd Prize – €4000
Finalist Diplomas – €1500 each
“Lossimuusika” Concert Series Award: concert in the 2021/22 season
Estonian Piano Teachers' Association Award: special prize for a promising pianist worth €500
Association of Estonian Professional Musicians Award: creative scholarship worth €1000
Estonian Music Information Centre Award: €1000, printed music and CDs by Estonian composers for the best performance of Estonian music
Tallinn Philharmonic Society Award: solo recital in the 2022/23 season at the Tallinn House of the Blackheads
Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre Award: a study or a concert trip for a student of EAMT worth €1000
Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre and Estonian National Symphony Orchestra Joint Award for a student of EAMT: performance as a soloist in a joint project of EAMT and ENSO on 11.02.2022
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra Award: performance as a soloist with ENSO
Eesti Kontsert Award: a solo concert in the Estonia Concert Hall in the 2022/23 season
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1st of October
Deadline of registration and sending documents
25th of November at 11 a.m. / Great Hall of Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre
Drawing of lots
26th–28th of November at 10 a.m. / Great Hall of Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre
29th–30th of November at 10 a.m. / Great Hall of Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre
2nd–3rd of December at 7 p.m. / Great Hall of Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre
All the competition rounds take place at the Great Hall of Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre. In the first and second round the admission is free.
In the Finals, competition finalists will perform together with the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Arvo Volmer. Tickets 10/5 € are available at Fienta.
The competition will be live streamed on Youtube.
The competition is organised by the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre and the Association of Estonian Pianists in collaboration with the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, the Estonian Piano Teachers Association, the Association of Estonian Professional Musicians, the Tallinn Philharmonic Society, the Estonian Music Information Centre, the Estonian Public Broadcasting and Loovüksus. The competition is supported by the Estonian Ministry of Culture, the Estonian Cultural Endowment and Tallinn City.
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