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Budapest International Guitar Competition

Budapest International Guitar Competition - from Nov 4 to Nov 8, 2014

Event - Budapest International Guitar Competition (classical guitar)

When? - November 4 to 8, 2014
Where? - The Music Palace of the Ferenc Liszt Music Academy in Budapest, 1061 Budapest, Liszt Ferenc square 8.
Entry Fee - € 100
The competition is open to guitarists of all nationalities who were born on or after 1 January 1982. The event will take place in the Budapest Music Center (1st & 2nd round) and Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest (Final round). Before each round competitor will have the opportunity for a short acoustic rehearsal on the stage.

The competition is divided into three rounds. All rounds will be open to the public. The organization reserves the right to broadcast the competition. The order of appearance will be decided by public draw at the opening of the competition. This order will be valid throughout the whole event. After the distribution of the prizes, the prizewinners will perform a Gala Concert. No payment will be made for this or any of the contestants‘ performances, radio and TV recordings during the competition, and any further use of these recordings.
Awards and Prizes
First Prize - € 5000 and a concert guitar from Masaki Sakurai
Second Prize - € 2000
Third Prize - € 1000

More -
The Jury Members
Eötvös József (HUN) - Chairman of the jury
András Csáki (HUN)
Hans Wilhelm Kaufmann (GER)
Dale Kavanagh CAN)
Ivan Madarasz (HUN)
Marek Nosal (PL)
Thomas Offermann (GER)
Jorgos Panetsos (GR)
Micaela Pittaluga (ITA)
Roman Viazovsky (UKR)
Dr. Andrea Vigh (HUN)
Jozef Zsapka (SK)


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