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Competition: Geneva International Music Competition

Biography

Founded in 1939, the Geneva Competition is one of the world’s leading international music competitions. It aims at discovering, promoting and supporting young talented artists, giving them the necessary tools to launch an international career.

Geneva's multi-disciplinary approach is one of its most distinctive assets. Today, the Geneva Competition alternates between several main disciplines: piano, flute, oboe, clarinet, cello, viola, string quartet, voice and percussion. Every second year, it offers a Composition Prize.

In addition to its official prizes, Geneva offers a career development programme, providing precious support and advice to help boost laureates’ careers. The programme includes two years of concert management, as well as CD recordings, international tours, a festival and professional workshops. More information here.

Piano & Clarinet 2018

The 73rd Geneva Competition is presenting piano & clarinet and will be held from October 27th until November 14th in Geneva, Switzerland. Application deadline is May 4th, 2018. Candidates are invited to register directly on the Geneva Competition’s website.

Click on the following links to find out about programme and rules for the piano competition and the clarinet competition.

Fact file
SectionsClarinet, Piano
Deadline04 May 2018
Finals08 - 14 Nov 2018
WhereGeneva, Switzerland
Age groups30 and under