Juan Pedro García Oliva receives the 1st prize of the YPF Piano Competition 2022 out of the hands of Thomas Beijer.

Grand Prix Youri Egorov

The Jury may decide to award the Grand Prix Youri Egorov if the winner of the competition is, in the jury’s opinion, an exceptional musical, artistic and pianistic talent of international stature.

List of monetary prizes

YPF European Piano Competition 2025

1st prizeFinal:€ 15.000
2nd prizeFinal:  € 7.500
3rd prizeFinal:  € 5.000

Concerts for the winner of the competition

A solo performance with one of the leading orchestras in the Netherlands and various important recital possibilities.

Concerts for the three finalists

Various concert and masterclass possibilities to be further discussed with the laureates, among which Grachtenfestival Amsterdam, International Chamber music Festival Schiermonnikoog, Concertgebouw lunch recital, YPF Young Virtuosi series, Prize winners concert in Muziekgebouw together with laureates of Cello Biennale and Oskar Back violin competition.

Special prizes

  • Prize for best performance of a Dutch work in the Quarter Finals: € 2.000

  • Prize for best performance of chamber music:
    Concert with one of the leading chamber music ensembles of the Netherlands

  • Prize for best performance newly composed work:
    Masterclass by a specialist in contemporary repertoire

  • Audience Award prize: € 1.000

FOR ALL participants: you will receive one-on-one feedback from (one of) the jury members during the competition days.