The V Alion Baltic International Music Competition 2018 English Registration

Location: Tallinn, Estonia
Vene Kultuurikeskus - Big Hall
Address: Mere pst 5, 10143 Tallinn, Estonia
Dates: July 17-18 and 27-28, 2018
1 Round - please choose 1 date

      • - Founder - ALION BALTIC FESTIVAL MTÜ
      • - Estonian Ministry of Culture
      • - Georg Otsa Music Academy - Tallinn
      • - Estonian Composers Union
      • - Mektory
      • - Decus International Clinic of Tallinn
      • - The Russian Cultural Center of Tallinn
      • Grand Prize - Solo performance with The Alion Baltic International Symphony orchestra in 2019
      • I Prize - €500 and Gold Medal
      • II Prize - €300 and Silver Medal
      • III Prize - €200 and Bronze Medal
      • Gershwin Prizes - 8 Participants will be selected to perform at the
        IV G.Gershwin International Competition-2019 in New York, USA
      • Additional prizes may be offered
      • - String Instruments
      • - Piano
      • - Woodwind & Brass Instruments
      • - Voice
      • - Chamber ensembles:
        • - Piano duets (on 1 piano or 2 pianos).
        • - Piano with a String Instrument
        • - Piano Trio, quartet, and quintet
        • - Strings and Winds & Brass trio, quartet, and quintet
        • - Mixed instrumental combinations (strings, Winds & Brass, percussion)
      • Young Artists – 18 years old and younger
      • Mature Performers – 18 years old and older
      • Young Artists – 18 years old and younger
      • Free program, no longer than 15 minutes

      • Mature Performers – 18 years old and older
      • Free program, no longer than 20 minutes
      • Voice: Young Artists – 18 years old and younger
      • 2 arias or art songs in various languages. Time limit: 15 minutes.

      • Mature Performers – 18 years old and older
      • 3 arias or art songs in various languages. 1 Aria must be in Italian. Time limit: 20 minutes.
      • - Application fee: 150 Еuro
      • - Free participation for students registered to the full program at The V Alion Baltic International Music Festival
      • - Application Deadline: May 15, 2018.
    • Orchestral instruments/Voice/Chamber music - July 17, 2018
      • - Stanislav Pronin, Violin (Canada)
      • - Michael Bulychev-Okser (USA)
      • - Sahoko Sato Timpone, Soprano (Japan)
      • - Alexander Haskin, Flute (Russia)
      • - Olga Makarina, Soprano (USA)
      • - Valentina Goncharova, violin (Estonia)

      Piano - July 18, 2018
      • - Michael Bulychev-Okser (USA)
      • - Nazareno Ferruggio (Italy)
      • - Yin Zheng (USA/China)
      • - Xin Wang (China/Germany)

      Piano - July 27, 2018
      • - Dmitri Bashkirov (Spain/Russia)
      • - Vladimir Ovchinnikov (Russia)
      • - Michael Bulychev-Okser (USA)
      • - Jura Margulis (Austria/USA)
      • - Min Kwon (South Korea/USA)
      • - Maestro Robert Butts (USA)
      • - Julia Mustonen-Dahlkvist (Sweden)
      • - Giuseppe Devastato (Italy)
      • - Yin Cui (China)
      • - Elena Nesterenko (Germany)

      Orchestral instruments/Voice/Chamber music - July 28, 2018
      • - Alyssa Margulis, Violin (Belgium)
      • - Michael Bulychev-Okser (USA)
      • - Alexander Bouzlov, Cello (Belgium)
      • - Marco Misciagna, Viola (Italy)
      • - Maestro Robert Butts (USA)
      • - Vladimir Kudashev, Bass (Russia)
      • - Sebastian Gil Armas, Trumpet (Spain)
      • - Raffael Salvatus Ramiro, Saxophone (Philippines)

      Jury Emeritus 2016

      • - Oxana Yablonskaya (Israel/USA)
      • - Michael Bulychev-Okser
      • - Yuri Didenko (Russia)
      • - Lily Dorfman (Israel)
      • - Daniel Pollack (USA)
      • - Tomer Lev (Israel)
      • - Mira Marchenko (Russia)


    • Alion Baltic International Orchestra is comprised from musicians of Estonian leading orchestras, Sankt-Peterburg Symphony orchestra, and students of Alion Baltic Academy - winners of international music competitions.

      Two winners from competition 2018 will have chance to perform a solo concerto with Alion Baltic International Orchestra in the season 2019. On July 25th there will be a concert, presenting winners of Alion Baltic Competition of previous years. One of the soloists will be Aleksandrs Kalejs from Latvian Academy of Music, who will perform Finale from Beethoven's Concerto No. 5.

    • Participants of the Alion baltic Competition will have ample practice time each day at the competition.
      2 warm-up rooms will be available for candidates at the competition facilities.

      • Michael Bulychev-Okser - Founder/Artistic Director -
        Alion Baltic International Music Festival
      • E-mail: globe333@gmail.com
      • Tel: +1-917-535-9362

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