Paris Music Competition Online

Paris International Music Competition 

Registration deadline: August 30, 2019 Reasoning the winners (results): September 15, 2019 

Registration fees: 90 € 

No travel required, video selection. 


More than 40,000 € in price. 

In each of the four categories of age 2, 3 or 4 grand Prix will be allocated. The musicians who receive a pricing of honor (at least 10 musicians) will each offer a short recital in Paris in 2020, the date will be decided together. The price delivery ceremony will take place there. To receive their money in the money the winners must play in the concert. Grand concert: Paris, a prestigious room (Cortot, Gaveau, Zenith, theater of the elephys Festival, Church of the Madeleine in search of) in 2020, negotiation in progress. Each of the winners of a pricing price (at least 10) will receive a scholarship for the concert in Paris, as well as two invitations to the concert. The value of the prices will be studied on a case-by-case basis by the jury, the prices will go from 300 to € 10,000 per win. At least 30 special or gold specials will be distributed in addition to the prices of honors


Young Talents: 0 to 8 years old 

Virtuoso: 8 to 16 years old 

Artists: 16 to 24 years old 

Professionals: more than 24 years old 


Discipline A: Piano - Harpsichord - Pianoforte - Organ - Ondes Martenot - Accordion

Category B: Violin - Viola - Cello - Double bass - Harp - Guitar

Discipline C: Soprano Voice - Mezzo - Contralto - Tenor - Baritone - Bass

Category D: Flute - Oboe - Clarinet - Bassoon - Trumpet - French Horn - Trombone - Tuba - Saxophone - Euphonium

Discipline E: Percussion

Discipline F: Chamber Music Duet, Trio, Quartet, Quintet, Sextet, Septet, Octet

Candidates must send the links of the videos they wish to submit (YouTube, Dailymotion, Vimeo). They can send 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 individual links of video recordings. A professional recording will be done during the winnings of the winners in Paris and will be offered to the winners for personal use. Professional photos will also be taken for winners. The video may have already been presented to another contest, it's not a problem. 


Competitors must register before August 30, 2019 (registration deadline) using the online form. 

1- All fields on the online form must be filled. 

2- A brief biography (not more than 1,000 words) must be submitted. 

3- Candidates must select the appropriate category to their age: 

Young Talents: 0 to 8 years 

Virtuoso: 8 to 16 years old 

Artists: 16 to 24 years old

Professionnals: more than 24 years 

For chamber music, the age group will be determined by the age of the oldest member. For example, if a trio is composed of a 12-year-old pianist, a 17-year-old violinist and a 20-year-weather calcium, the trio must apply for the Virtuoso category because the oldest member is in this age. The application form must be filled by the oldest member of the House Music Assembly with its personal data. In addition, it must indicate on the form the name, age, instrument and email address of other members of the room music room. In the case of room music assemblies, each member of the assembly must submit the request for demand individually. 

4- Provide the program, depending on the following length for each category: 

Young talents: about 8mn 

Virtuoses: about 12mn 

Young Artists: about 16mn 

Professionals: about 20mn 

Candidates can send 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 pieces. Individual movement of concertos are acceptable. The total reading time can vary from about 2 minutes from the proposed time for each category. Pianists must choose pieces for solo piano. Instrumentists and singers can choose solo parts or with accompaniment to choice. 

5- Set the inscription fees (in the case of room music assemblies, each member of the set must submit the request for demand individually) 

Jury International 

The hearing of the jury will be evaluated using the video material presented by each participant. A panel of international judges will evaluate the submissive video material and the final selections of the winners will be based solely on the submitted video recordings. The judges are independent and their students are not allowed to participate in the contest. Regulation The names of the winners will be published on the website on September 15, 2019. By submitting an application, the participant accepts the regulations, the general policies, the conditions of use and the contest privacy policy. The demands of minor musicians must be filled and submitted by their parents or legal guardianship (tutor). Once an online application is sent, it can be submitted again to modify the content. Only the last submitted version will be taken into account by the jury. Once the application fee is submitted, they can not be reimbursed. The decisions of the International Jury are final and should not be discussed. The joy votes and opinions are strictly confidential and jury members will not be able to provide information on the performance of the candidate on video recordings. Candidates who fail to submit their application on and line for the application deadline before the deadline will be disqualified. In the case of room music assemblies, each member of the assembly must submit the request for demand individually.