Piano competition in memory of Serafima Mogilevskaya
3rd Ukrainian competition of young pianists
in memory of Serafima Mogilevskaya
Young Ukrainian Pianists Competition will take place for the 3rd time from May 30 till June 1 as a part of 6th ODESSA CLASSICS Festival. The Contest is a tribute to the memory of the outstanding teacher, professor of the Odessa Conservatoire Serafima Leonidovna Mogilevskaya. She brought up a whole galaxy of talented pianists with an international fame, among them there are A. Botvinov, F. Lyubarsky, M. Legotsky, Eugene Mogilevsky and others. The competition will held with support of the Maksym Stepanov foundation.
The platform for this creative competition will become the Large Concert Hall of the Odessa specialized music school named after prof. P.S. Stolyarsky. This stage witnessed performances of Emil Gilels, David Oistrakh, Yakov Zak, Eugene Mogilevsky…
Ukrainian pianists at the age of 11-15 years are invited to participate in this contest, regardless of the institution they attend, the form of training, the level of academic achievement, the availability of recommendations from the musical school. The competition is not a commercial event. There is no entrance fee for participants.
All auditions will be held publicly
Grand hall of the Stolyarsky spesial music school
(1 Sabaneev mist St.)
Round II - August 11, 2020 — free program auditions
Round III - August 12, 2020 — a program for those competing for the 3rd, 2nd, 1st places and the Special Prize
On August 13, 2020 - Awarding ceremony and gala concert
There is a free admission for all competition events!
1st place winner will be awarded with 10 000 UAH
2nd place winner - 7 000 UAH
3rd place winner - 5 000 UAH
4th place winner - 4 000 UAH
5th place winner - 3 000 UAH
6th place winner - 2 500 UAH
Additional special prizes from patrons of the art
However, the most important prize for the winner is a possibility to perform with the adult star musicians who participate in 6th ODESSA CLASSICS International Music Festival. On June 12, 2020 the winner will perform at the open-air concerto.