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Schoenfeld International String Competition

Our competition was founded in 2013 in honor of the violinist Alice Schoenfeld and her late sister, the cellist Eleonore Schoenfeld, both legendary performers and pedagogues.

With the support of the Schoenfeld Music Foundation, the Harbin Municipal Government, and our venue sponsors (including the spectacular Harbin Grand Theater), the Competition continues to build a multifaceted platform for gifted violinists, cellists, and chamber music performers. In 2017, Schoenfeld International String Competition became one of the newest members appointed to the World Federation of International Music Competitions (WFIMC) under UNESCO.
The Jury Chairs of our 2018 edition are David Cerone (Violin Division) and David Geringas (Cello Division). Please submit your application before March 30, 2018. For information and enquiries, please contact

The George Enescu International Competition

The XVI edition of the George Enescu International Competition, an established meeting point of aspiring young talents and renowned international artists, will take place between 1 – 23 September, 2018, featuring four dedicated sections – Violin, Cello, Piano and Composition and over 40 concerts and recitals with a jury consisting of over 20 of the most acclaimed international and Romanian musicians. The competition is open to participants of all nationalities, born after August 1st, 1985. The deadline for registration is 15th of April, 2018. Total prizes value amounts to 115.000 euros. Applications for all Competition sections can be submitted here

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