The III Alion Baltic International Music Competition 2017

Tallinn, Estonia - July 22-23, 2017
Vene Kultuurikeskus - Big Hall
Address: Mere pst 5, 10143 Tallinn, Estonia

      • - Founder - ALION BALTIC FESTIVAL MTÜ
      • - Estonian Ministry of Culture
      • - Georg Otsa Music Academy - Tallinn
      • - Estonian Composers Union
      • - The Russian Cultural Center of Tallinn
      • - The Russian Philharmonic Society of Tallinn
      • - Mektory
      • - Decus International Clinic of Tallinn
      • Grand Prize - Solo performance with The Alion Baltic International Symphony orchestra
      • I Prize - €1,000 and Gold Medal
      • II Prize - €500 and Silver Medal
      • III Prize - €250 and Bronze Medal
      • Gershwin Prizes - 8 Participants will be selected to perform at the
        III G.Gershwin International Competition-2017 in New York, USA
      • Additional prizes may be offered
      • - String Instruments
      • - Piano
      • - Winds & Brass
      • - 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)
      • Talent Show – 12 years old and younger
      • Young Artists – 13 to 17 years old
      • Mature Performers – 18 years old and older
      • Talent Show – 12 years old and younger
        • Free program, no longer than 10 minutes

      • Young Artists – 13 to 17 years old
        • Free program, no longer than 15 minutes

      • Mature Performers – 18 years old and older
        • Free program, no longer than 20 minutes
      • - Application fee: 150 Еuro
      • - Free participation for students at the Alion Baltic International Music Festival
      • - Application Deadline: May 15, 2017.
      • - Oxana Yablonskaya (Israel/USA)
      • - Michael Bulychev-Okser (USA)
      • - Yuri Didenko (Russia)
      • - Lily Dorfman (Israel)
      • - Vladimir Ignatov (Estonia)
      • - Mari Tampere-Bezrodny (Estonia/Finland)
      • - Valentina Goncharova (Estonia)
      • - Raffy Ramiro (Canada)
      • - Patrick Dillery (United States)
      • - David Gvinianidze (Russia/USA)
      • - Pille Lill (Estonia)
      • - Olga Makarina (United States)
      • - Elena Nesterenko (Germany)
      • - Alyssa Margulis (Belgium)
      • - Alexandre Bouzlov (Russia)
      • - Alla Aranovskaya (United States)
      • - Boris Vayner (United States)
    • Alion Baltic International Orchestra is comprised from musicians of Estonian leading orchestras, principals of Russian philharmonic orchestras, such as Sankt-Peterburg or Novgorod Symphony orchestras, and students of Alion Baltic Academy, winners of international music competitions. The orchestra rehearses during the duration of the Alion Baltic festival, presenting several programs of concerto and symphonic repertoire. The season culminates in the final Gala Opera concert at Tallin's most prestigious hall: Eestikontserdisaal.

    • Participants of the Alion baltic Competition will have ample practice time each day at the competition.
      Competition facilities are equipped with more than 40 pianos.
      2 artistic rooms with warm-up pianos are at the disposal of 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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