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2024

US-CANADIAN
International

Music
Competition

(2024 INAURUGAL EDITION)

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Harmony Beyond Limits, Excellence in Every Note

FINAL ROUND RESULTS NOW AVAILABLE 

AN International music competition for the new millenium

US-CANADIAN International

Music Competition 

2024 Inaugural Edition

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The US-Canadian International Music Competition represents a prestigious partnership with the International Competitions of Music & Fine Arts Canada. This collaboration synergizes the finest jury members, educators, and supportive infrastructure, creating a platform that elevates artistic development to an international level. This joint effort is dedicated to fostering the growth of exceptionally talented musicians, offering them a unique stage to showcase their talent. Through our collaboration, we are committed to providing unparalleled artistic resources, enabling winners to solidify their artistic recognition and establish a distinguished reputation in the international music community. Board of Adjudicators (Members): Maestro Adam Johnson (USA & Canada) Conductor & Pianist Prof. Alan Fraser (Serbia & Canada) Prof. Aline Kutan (Canada) Prof. Amelie Fradette (USA) Prof. Andrea Cardinale (Italy) Dr. Angela Chan (Canada) Dr. Anna Szpilberg (Professor, Concordia University) Prof. Ankhbayar Bayarsaikhan (Mongolia) Prof. Avguste Antonov (USA) Prof. Chaerim Kim (USA / South Korea) Dr. Derek Yaple-Schobert (Canada) Dr. Gabriel Prynn (Co-director, Fibonacci Trio) Prof. Izaskun Erdocia Uranga (Spain / currently located in Hong Kong) Prof. Janette Wolff (Canada) Prof Jorge Chaminé (International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation, Président fondateur du CEM- Centre Européen de Musique) Prof. Julie-Anne Derome (Canada) Maestro Maximiliano Valenti (Italy) Dr. MingMei Yip (USA) Prof. Nancy Loo (Hong Kong) Prof. Stephen Wong (Prof. of HKAPA, Chinese University (Hong Kong), Baptist University HK) Prof. Sebastian Di Bin (Italy) Dr. Sungho Park (South Korea) Prof. Suzanne Benoit (France) Prof. Takahiro Hoshino (Japan) Prof. Teresa Tang (McGill University, University of Toronto) Dr. Tien Feng (China) Dr. Thomas Green (Chief Examiner of Royal Conservatory of Music) Prof. Tom Plaunt (Canada) - Retired Chair of Music department at McGill University Prof. Victor Khotulev (Russia) Prof. Warren Cohen (USA) Prof. Wei He (China) Dr. Yeh Wei Ding (China) Dr. Yoonie Han (South Korea, Hong Kong) Prof. Yulia Nesterenko (Canada)

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The US-Canadian International Music Competition represents a prestigious partnership with the International Competitions of Music & Fine Arts Canada. This collaboration synergizes the finest jury members, educators, and supportive infrastructure, creating a platform that elevates artistic development to an international level. This joint effort is dedicated to fostering the growth of exceptionally talented musicians, offering them a unique stage to showcase their talent. Through our collaboration, we are committed to providing unparalleled artistic resources, enabling winners to solidify their artistic recognition and establish a distinguished reputation in the international music community.

 

Board of Adjudicators (Jury Members):

 

Maestro Adam Johnson (USA & Canada) Conductor & Pianist

Prof. Alan Fraser (Serbia & Canada)

Prof. Aline Kutan (Canada)

Prof. Amelie Fradette (USA)

Prof. Andrea Cardinale (Italy)

Dr. Anna Szpilberg (Canada, Professor at Concordia University)

Prof. Ankhbayar Bayarsaikhan (Mongolia)

Prof. Avguste Antonov (USA)

Prof. Chaerim Kim (USA / South Korea)

Dr. Derek Yaple-Schobert (Canada)

Dr. Gabriel Prynn (Co-director, Fibonacci Trio)

Prof. Izaskun Erdocia Uranga (Spain / currently located in Hong Kong)

Prof. Janette Wolff (Canada)

Prof Jorge Chaminé (International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation, Président fondateur du CEM- Centre Européen de Musique)

Prof. Julie-Anne Derome (Canada)

Maestro Maximiliano Valenti (Italy)

Dr. MingMei Yip (USA)

Prof. Nancy Loo (Hong Kong)

Prof. Stephen Wong (Prof. of HKAPA, Chinese University (Hong Kong),

Baptist University HK)

Prof. Sebastian Di Bin (Italy)

Dr. Sungho Park (South Korea)

Prof. Suzanne Benoit (France)

Prof. Takahiro Hoshino (Japan)

Prof. Teresa Tang (McGill University, University of Toronto)

Dr. Tien Feng (China)

Dr. Thomas Green (Chief Examiner of Royal Conservatory of Music)

Prof. Tom Plaunt (Canada) - Retired Chair of Music department at McGill University

Prof. Victor Khotulev (Russia)

Prof. Warren Cohen (USA)

Prof. Wei He (China)

Dr. Yeh Wei Ding (China)

Dr. Yoonie Han (South Korea, Hong Kong)

Prof. Yulia Nesterenko (Canada)

US-CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION

APPLICATION DEADLINE: FIRST ROUND

17th February 2024

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Introducing the US-Canadian International Music Competition: A Global Stage for Musical Excellence

The US-Canadian International Music Competition stands at the forefront of fostering musical talent and ambition on a global scale. We are committed to creating a dynamic platform where musicians from around the world can exhibit their prowess and realize their musical aspirations. At the heart of our mission is the belief that music possesses a transformative power – it can inspire, unite, and bring about positive change in both individuals and communities.

 

US-CANADIAN competition is meticulously developed to offer an unparalleled experience that goes beyond the traditional boundaries of conventional musical competitions. It is an arena not just for showcasing talent, but also for immersive learning, focusing on musical excellence, constructive feedback, and personal artistic growth. Participants are encouraged to challenge their performance skills and showmanship, all while contributing to the rich tapestry of music education.

The US-Canadian International Music Competition, a prestigious event renowned for its commitment to musical excellence, takes pride in recognizing not only the remarkable accomplishments of our performers but also the invaluable dedication and success of the music teachers and music collaborators (accompanists) who play a pivotal role in crafting outstanding and seamless performances. Our competition distinguishes itself as the first to formally acknowledge and celebrate both teachers and collaborative musicians /accompanists , honoring their indispensable contributions to the artistry and success of each performance. This holistic approach to recognition underscores our belief in the collaborative nature of musical achievement, where every contributor’s role is essential in the journey towards excellence.

US-CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION is more than just a regular music competition; it's an opportunity to join a vibrant community that revels in the beauty and diversity of music. It’s a celebration of the artistry and dedication that musicians bring to the stage, an acknowledgment of their relentless pursuit of excellence, and a tribute to their contribution to the cultural fabric of our societies.

We invite you to be part of this exhilarating journey. Join the US-Canadian International Music Competition and be a part of a community that not only recognizes talent but nurtures it, fostering a deeper connection with the art of music. Let’s celebrate the power and beauty of music together!

Who IS ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE in the US-CANADIAN International Music Competition?

We invite musicians, music students of all ages and skill levels, as well as professionals in the field to participate. There are no age restrictions for entry.

 

Our competition offers various age groups and categories to ensure fair competition among musicians of similar ages and experience levels. There are no limitations on the duration of your musical piece or the number of instruments and compositions you can submit. Each musical piece requires a separate application.

 

We welcome all types of instruments, including piano, vocals, strings, woodwinds, brass, harp, percussion, keyboard instruments, harpsichord, organ, guitar, ukulele, accordion, mandolin, ukulele, percussion, zither, harmonica, and ethnic and traditional musical instruments.

 

Additionally, music composition, music arrangement, conducting, music covers, and musical theatre are all eligible categories.

 

You can participate as a soloist, in a duo, concerto, trio, quartet, quintet, small ensemble, choir, or orchestra.

 

If you have any questions about whether your musical instrument or category is accepted, please feel free to contact us for clarification.

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