King’s Peak International Music Competition offers free entry to a global online classical music competition with categories for instrumentalists (piano, strings, brass, woodwinds & ensemble), voice (opera) & open to all nationalities.
FREE ENTRY by JULY 1, 2021. Please see our website for complete Rules & Free Entry form.
Participants are required to submit a video recording of their performance (YouTube link) on our page titled “Free Entry”. Entries are
The Associazione Culturale “Annarosa Taddei” is organizing its ninth “International Competition for Young Musicians” dedicated to artists of any nationality being between the ages of 18 and 30 (i.e. born between 1991 and 2003).
The participation in 2021 Edition is reserved to the following duo ensembles:
– PIANO AND VIOLIN DUO;
– PIANO AND CELLO DUO;
– PIANO AND VOICE DUO (Chamber Repertoire).
The Associazione will award three Prizes to the finalists.
There are 3 stages to
The 2021 American Classical Young Musician Award is open to all instruments, voice, and chamber ensembles. We encourage unique chamber ensemble combinations. American Classical Young Musician Award wants to encourage young musicians to perform and grow. We believe that our competition can offer many benefits to our participants and help to build their confidence and realize their dreams. The aim of our prizes is to find performers with a strong artistic personality and stage presence. The emphasis
Galerie Lelong & Co., New York, is pleased to present our first solo exhibition with Juan Uslé, entitled HORIZONTAL LIGHT. Over a four-decade career, Uslé has established a distinctive pictorial grammar; gestural brushstrokes systematically applied in tandem with his heartbeat to convey a poetic-fluid landscape. Dividing his time between Spain and New York City since the 1980s, Uslé’s practice has engaged with the various movements and traditions of painting in European
Online Viewing Room Presentation
Through June 12, 2021
Ursula von Rydingsvard
Galerie Lelong & Co. is pleased to present an online viewing room of new and recent sculptures by six of the gallery’s artists: Petah Coyne, Leonardo Drew, Andy Goldsworthy, Jaume Plensa, Zilia Sánchez, and Ursula von Rydingsvard. Many of the works included are presented to viewers for the first time. This room also explores a selected
Perrotin is delighted to host the first exhibition by Alain Jacquet upon representation of the Estate. This major presentation, spanning several decades of the artist’s carrer, is displayed on all three gallery spaces in Marais and was conceived in close association with the family of the artist.
Alain Jacquet (1939 in Neuilly-sur-Seine –2008 in New York) emerged as a contemporary artist during the remarkable boom in image reproduction techniques. Spanning from his first abstract canvases to