After Bucharest International Jazz Competition launched in November, EUROPAfest 2015 announces its second event - Jeunesses International Music Competition "Dinu Lipatti".
Event with a tradition of 22 years, Jeunesses International Music Competition "Dinu Lipatti" is one of the successful programs of jmEvents and most prestigious international contest of classical music developed in Romania. Its mission is to discover, reward and promote the values of the new generation of classical music, to support young artists in building a successful career and to provide a platform for multicultural dialogue which encourages performance.
Held annually since 1994, the contest includes various alternative disciplines - piano, violin, flute, clarinet, composition. 2015 shall be the violin year and promises multisensory experience full of emotion and meetings with new generation artists. Between May 16 and May 23, violinists around the world will compete for the prize of 10,000 euros.
The competition jury comprises international experts recognized in the field, with great experience in identifying and educating new talent from the world of classical music.
Along with the competition, the event includes musical artistry workshops led by artists and professors from prestigious European academies.
Jeunesses International Music Competition "Dinu Lipatti" is a prestigious event, recognized in the national and international cultural scene through its quality musical presented year after year, by the record number of participants, but also due to successful careers and subsequent global recognition which have enjoyed over time its winners - Remus Azoitei, currently Professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London, Alexandru Tomescu, Stradivarius violin winner, Rita Meier - Zurich Opera singer, are just a few examples of this.
Currently, the contest winners are included with priority in national and international programs conducted by jmEvents - Tournament winners, PROMS - Jazz & Classic, EUROPAfest, Summer Edition Summer Music Academy Sinaia.
Competition Director, Mr. Luigi Gageos encourages young Romanian familiarization with culture, by allowing students free access to events, in the limited places available, but also by involving a total of 30-40 volunteers in the running event.
Registrations are open until 1 March 2015. Those interested can find more information on the organizer’s website www.jmEvents.ro.