WFIMC has completed a successful 62nd General Assembly. The event, which was hosted by the Scottish International Piano Competition in Glasgow, ran from 5-8 April. Four new competitions were accepted into the federation: Mahler Competition (Bamberg, Germany), International Opera Singing Competition of Portofino (Crema, Italy), San Antonio International Piano Competition (San Antonio, US), and Zhuhai…Details
SIPC to host the General Assembly of the World Federation of International Music Competitions in Glasgow from 5-8 April 2018. Business meetings and guest speaker sessions will take place in the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland during the day. In the evenings, delegates will be entertained by students from RCS and University of Glasgow. The Assembly…Details
SCOTTISH INTERNATIONAL PIANO COMPETITION AWARDED MATCH FUNDING OF BUSINESS SPONSORSHIP FROM ARTS & BUSINESS SCOTLAND
The Scottish International Piano Competition has received £1,000 sponsorship funding towards meeting the running costs of the competition from Glasgow-based financial planning company VWM Wealth, matched pound for pound by Arts & Business Scotland’s New Arts Sponsorship Grants Programme. VMW Wealth’s sponsorship of the Competition is one of the last projects to receive match funding…Details
An ‘Evening of Song’ in aid of SIPC 2017
Thursday 27 April 2017 Glasgow City Chambers
Featuring Close Shave Barbershop Chorus and the ladies of Tartan Harmony
Drinks Reception 7pm Performance 7.30pm
Tickets £10 from Ann Lever [email protected]
Lizanne McKerrell [email protected]
Details of SIPC Youth Competition 2017 now available at rcs.ac.uk/summer.
This competition is open to students attending the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Piano Summer School from 24-29 July 2017.
The Scottish International Piano Competition announces details of the 11th competition which will run from 1 – 10 September 2017 in Glasgow. This prestigious competition, which takes place every three years, attracts many of the world’s brilliant young pianists to Scotland. Thirty competitors, aged 18-30, will take part in a series of recital programmes…Details