2019 New York Franz Schubert International Music Competition to be Held

New York City, Aug 5, 2019 (Issuewire.com) – New York Franz Schubert International Music Competition will be held this year. Registration is now open to young musicians of all nationalities and countries. 

This Competition aims to break the boundaries of geography, select gifted young musicians with extraordinary talent, and endeavor to support their future growth. It is divided into three groups: piano, vocal, and strings. The jury panel is consist of judges from top-tier music institutions and universities, including artists who are active in the international classical music festivals. The competition does not only provides opportunities for young artists to show their talents, but also offers a broad platform for networking. On this platform, performers can benefit from lifelong friendship with their peers and mentorship with the greatest musicians and professors from prestigious universities. In order to give young artists a chance to perform in a prestigious venue, this competition will not charge additional fees or performance fee. 

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Winners of the competition will be chosen through a recording audition process. Prizes will be awarded to the most outstanding and talented musicians. Selected winners will be given the opportunity to perform on December 1, 2019. The Concert takes place in the renowned Foley Gallery, located in Manhattan, New York. The Gallery has represented many famous artists including represents are Joseph Desler Costa, Wyatt Gallery, Sage Sohier, Martin Klimas, Simon Schubert, Henry Leutwyler and Ina Jang. While listening and appreciating the performance, audiences also immerse in fine arts created by prominent contemporary artists. This Concert will be a memorable experience for the performers and the musicians. 

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