Valery Gergiev

offers the winner of the Grand Prix Youri Egorov 2019 a unique prize.

Prizes

Provisional list of Prizes for Winners of the YPF Piano Competition 2019. Newly added prizes (announced on 1 October 2018) are indicated in gold.

Grand Prix Youri Egorov

CONCERT WITH MAESTRO VALERY GERGIEV AND THE MARIINSKY ORCHESTRA IN ST. PETERSBURG | date to be confirmed

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.

Provisional list of monetary prizes

YPF Piano Competition Grand Prix Youri Egorov

1st Prize Finals: € 10.000
2nd Prize Finals: € 7.500
3rd Prize Finals: € 5.000
     
Semi Finals A: € 2.000
Semi Finals B: € 2.000
Semi Finals C: € 2.000

Junior Concours

1st Prize Juniors: € 750
2nd Prize Juniors: € 500
3rd Prize Juniors: € 250

Concerts for the winner of the competition

  • Concert with the Residentie Orchestra / The Hague Philharmonic | 2021
  • Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam: lunch concert | date to be confirmed
  • Muziekgebouw aan ’t IJ: lunch concert | date to be confirmed
  • Recital at Chamber Music Festival Tussen Maas & Waal | 24 – 26 May 2019
  • Recital at Wonderfeel | 19 – 21 July 2019
  • Recital Grachtenfestival Amsterdam | August 2019
  • Recital at the Jong Talent Festival International Chamber Music Festival Schiermonnikoog | 16 – 21 March 2019
  • Taking part in the Prize Winners Concert together with first prize winners Cello Biennale Concours and Oskar Back Concours in Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ | 1 May 2019
  • Podia Heemstede: solo recital | season 2020/2021 date to be confirmed
  • Taking part in the Internationaal Chamber Music Festival Schiermonnikoog | 28 Sept – 3 Oct 2019 | date to be confirmed

Concerts for the three finalists

  • Recital at Chamber Music Festival at the Berkel | dates to be confirmed
  • Three recitals in the new YPF / Youri Egorov Piano series at Amstelkerk Amsterdam | 16 February, 18 May and 16 November 2019
  • Oosterpoort (Groningen): lunch concert on 20 February, 3 April and 1 May 2019

Concerts for the 2nd and 3rd prize winners

  • Recital Koetshuis Keukenhof | 19 March 2019

Concerts for the category winners A, B & C

  • Oosterpoort (Groningen): lunch concert on 20 February, 3 April and 1 May 2019

Scholarship and concert for the winner of category B

  • Blonay Prize: Full scholarship Summer Course Blonay including masterclasses by EDITH FISCHER | Summer 2019

Special prizes

  • Mozart Prize: prize for the best performance of the mandatory repertoire of Mozart (quarter final): visit to Salzburg with a masterclass by JACQUES ROUVIER | date to be confirmed
  • Bach Prize: prize for the best performance of a Bach Suite or Partita (quarter final): Masterclass by ANGELA HEWITT | date to be confirmed (Amsterdam, 8 or 9 February 2020)
  • Thomas Beijer Prize: prize for the best performance of the mandatory repertoire of Thomas Beijer / masterclass by THOMAS BEIJER | date to be confirmed

For the three Junior finalists

  • The Henri Moerel Prize (Ravel-Monet-Merlet Prize): a study tour to Normandy, France, including a visit to the houses of Monet and Ravel and a masterclass by Dominique Merlet | 27 – 30 April 2019.
  • Podia Heemstede: Concert | season 2019/2020 date to be confirmed

FOR ALL participants: you will receive one-on-one feedback from the jury members and/or participation in a Masterclass to be organized during the competition days.

More prizes to come.