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Applications Open for New York’s 2019 Young Concert Artists International Auditions

Applications are now open for the 2019 Young Concert Artists International Auditions

SooBeen Lee

Applications are now open for the 2019 Young Concert Artists International Auditions – to be held in New York City from the 12th to the 18th of November, 2019.

Open to international instrumentalists aged 16 and 26, the 2019 winners will join the Young Concert Artists roster – granting access to a minimum of 3 years management services, career engagements, publicity and career guidance plus coveted recital debuts in New York City and at the Washington DC Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

Founded in 1961 by Susan Wadsworth, The Young Concert Artists International Auditions differ from a competition, as there are no rankings, and any number of winners can be selected – with each candidate competing against a standard of excellence, not each other.

Previous recipients include: Pinchas ZukermanIda Kavafian, Emanuel Ax and Murray Perahia – and VC Artists Paul HuangBella HristovaBenjamin BeilmanRay ChenStephen WartsZlatomir Fung, Edgar Moreau, Xavier Foley and SooBeen Lee.

“I cannot think of another organization that is more nurturing and sensitive to the birth of one’s performing career as Young Concert Artists,” 1986 1st prize winner, violinist Anne Akiko Meyers has said.

“I owe everything to YCA,” 2011 1st prize winner, VC Artist Paul Huang has said.

Applications are to be received by the 2nd of August, 2019.

For more details visit: www.yca.org/auditions/

PICTURED: 2016 YOUNG CONCERT ARTISTS INTERNATIONAL AUDITIONS 1ST PRIZE WINNER, VC YOUNG ARTIST SOOBEEN LEE FROM SOUTH KOREA

 

 


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