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Gnessin Russian Academy of Music, originally known as the Gnessin Institute, it was established on February 15, 1895 by three sisters: Evgenia Fabianovna, Elena Fabianovna, and Maria Fabianovna Gnessin. Each of the Gnessin sisters had studied piano and graduated with distinction from the Moscow Conservatory. The college quickly became, and remains, an elite music school, considered second only to the Moscow Conservatory.
Aurora Music was born out of love for classical music, its power and the beauty it possesses. Aurora is our dream to share an experience with audiences and artists through our profound personal commitment to music.
Aurora Music has had the great privilege to work with more than 200 of the world’s leading musicians, artists, professors and soloists.
Lilla Akademien, best translated as “The Junior Academy”, specializes in classical music. Housed in an historic building in the Stockholm district Norrmalm, it was founded in 1994 by a group of music teachers.
In its early years, it provided instrumental tuition for young children, but since 1998 it offers full-time tuition in music and regular schooling for children from 6 years and up. It eventually expanded to include a gymnasium or senior high school, and in 2005 the first graduates got their high school diplomas in the traditional Swedish manner.
The International Stockholm competition’s goal is to gather young musicians from different countries and give them an opportunity to play with and for each other. Our new generation of musicians need an international forum where they meet with like-minded people and receive encouragement and motivation. In conjunction with the competition master-classes with jury members will be arranged.
The Spivakov Foundation was founded in May 1994 as a non-commercial organization. The principal goals of the Spivakov Foundation’s activities are: to assist young people gifted in music and arts in the development of their talents and in the organization of their creative process in Russia and abroad; to preserve and develop cultural values and traditions and to provide comprehensive charity support.
The Foundation helps young talented musicians, dancers, painters and authors, organizing for them master classes, concerts, tours and exhibitions. Pupils of the foundation participate in national and international competitions and festivals.
RUM is one of Sweden’s largest music organizations with more than 40,000 members with the ambition to gather children and young people who play an instrument, sing, dance or play in the theater.
In 2014 associations “Musica Classica” – Russia and “Morgondagens Kultur” (“Culture of Tomorrow”) – Sweden, brought the International Festival-Competition “Musica Classica” to Tenerife.
The Competition brought to the island a plethora of participants, outstanding young musicians and well-known teachers from many countries. Its success convinced the founders that Tenerife’s own classical music festival-competition would be a sustainable project. That is how Stars at Tenerife came to life. In its fourth year as a separate event, it will welcome participants in October 2018 again.
The international competition “Musical Fireworks at Baden-Württemberg” has drawn the attention of musicians from different countries including:
USA, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Russia, Ukraine, Greece, Germany, Holland, Bulgaria, Estonia, Korea, Switzerland, France, Sweden.
The history of the Savshinsky International Music Competition began in the summer of 2009. The idea is to create a musical competition for children, with an international coverage, and most importantly — democratic, emphatically accessible to a wide range of students in music schools, with impartial and objective judging and exemplary organization.
WPTA – The World Piano Teachers Association is a member of the Alink-Argerich Foundation which is a unique organisation co-founded by Martha Argerich, offering the most complete details on music competitions ever compiled.
WPTA hosts its own International Piano Competition where laureates will be featured as soloists at the annual World Piano Conference (WPC) in Novi Sad, Serbia. Winners will perform with orchestra at the Grand Gala Opening of the WPC and within the WPC Evening Gala Recital Series.