• International Piano Competition

    The City of St-Priest is organizing an International Piano Competition which will take place at the Theo Argence Theatre from 10th to 12th November 2017. The semi-final and the final are open to the public. Admission is free on reservation.

  • Competition 2017

    The Registration is now open !

15-30 year-old Pianists.

The International Competition of Piano will take place on November 10, 11 and 12, 2017 in Saint-Priest.
The registration is open from May 15th till September 1st, 2017.

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JURY 2017

Pascal NEMIROVSKI (France)


Chairman of the Jury,
Concert Pianist, Professor and International Chair in Piano, Birmingham Conservatoire. Honorary Professor, Royal Academy of Music in London.

Emma BLOXHAM (UK)


Editor live music, BBC Radio 3.

Jonathan BLOXHAM (UK)


Assistant Conductor of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Artistic Director of the Festival Northern Chords.

Pierig ESCHER (Switzerland)


Senior Artist Manager at the music and Concert Agency Caecilia (Geneva/Zurich). Director of the Meisterinterpreten series in Zurich at the Tonhalle.

Markus GROH (Germany)


Concert Pianist and Professor at the Universität der Künste, Berlin.

Natalia TROULL (Russia)


Concert Pianist and Professor at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Moscow.

Ilana VERED (Israël)


Concert Pianist and Artistic Director of the Festival MusicFestPerugia.

Awards

The winners’ ceremony will take place immediately after the deliberation of the jury and the public vote. The prizes will be presented at the Theater Théo Argence, in the presence of the Mayor, the elected representative in charge of Culture, a representative of the public, the Jury and the organizers November 12th, 2017 at 18:30 at the Theater Théo Argence followed by a cocktail.

Prizes

1st Prize : 10.000€
2nd Prize : 5000€
3rd Prize : 2500€
4th Prize : 1000€
5th Prize : 500€
Audience Prize : 1000€

And many concerts engagements to follow !

Our partners

We would particularly like to thank our various partners who have entrusted us with this first edition of the Concours International de Piano de Saint-Priest.
Alink-Argerich Foundation

APEM
(Association parents d’élèves du conservatoire)