Music Online-Competition
The deadline for submitting applications is March 7, 2024
Harmony International Music Online-Competition

Harmony International Music Online-Competition is an opportunity to demonstrate your talent and dedication to music, and receive a Diploma of the international competition in electronic form. Recordings are judged by leading musicians, experts from many different countries.Upon request, you can receive a comment from a jury member regarding your performance. Special money prizes! We invite you to participate!

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  • Keyboards
    Piano, harpsichord, accordion etc.
  • Strings
    Violin, viola, cello, double bass etc.
  • Guitar
  • Voice
  • Harp
  • Wind
    Flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, trombone, tuba, saxophone, recorder etc.
  • Percussions
    Drum, xylophone, etc.
  • Ensembles
    Choirs, orchestras, duos, trios, quartets, sextets etc.
Ages / time limits:
  • Less than 9 years old up to 5 min
  • From 10 to 13 years old up to 8 min
  • From 14 to 17 years old up to 10 min
  • From 18 to 21 years old up to 15 min
  • From 22 to 25 years old up to 15 min
  • From 26 to 35 years old up to 15 min
  • From 36 to 45 years old up to 15 min
  • From 46 to 55 years old up to 15 min
  • From 56 and older up to 15 min
  • All ages up to 15 min
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International Jury
Aleksey Strelnikov
  • Current job
  • Awards
  • info

Soloist of the State Chamber Orchestra “Moscow Virtuosi”

Associate Professor of Moscow State Conservatory

Honored Artist of the Russian Federation

Moscow Government Prize “For a Successfully Implemented Project” (arrangements of works by Piazzolla recorded by “Moscow Virtuosi”)

Denis Chefanov
  • Current job
  • Awards
  • info

Associate Professor of Moscow State Conservatory

Professor of Gnesin Academy

Winner of Kiel international piano competition (Sweden)

Grand Prix of Kiev International piano competition (Ukraine)

Inna Jeskova
  • Current job
  • Awards
  • info

Artist of the Lorraine Opera House

Vocal teacher

Special prize of the Schneider-Trnavsky competition (Slovakia)

Winner of the American Musical Studies competition (Austria)

Jiang Shangrong
  • Current job
  • Awards
  • info

Associate Professor of Institute of Culture and Arts of Moscow City University

Director-general of “Maestoso” Int. Co., Ltd.

Winner of “Bella Voce” Competition (Russia)

Winner of the Obraztsova International Vocal Competition (Russia)

Nikolay Ageev
  • Current job
  • Awards
  • info

Associate Professor of Moscow State Conservatory

Assistant Professor of Academic Music College at the Moscow State Conservatory

1st prize winner (as part of a quintet) of International Henri Tomazy Competition (France)

Winner of 1st Rimsky-Korsakov International competition (Russia)

Rieko Saeki
  • Current job
  • Awards
  • info

Director of “Poco a Poco Piano Lessons” Music School, Osaka

Director of “Russian Piano Academy in Osaka

Top-prize winner of “All-Japan Association of Musicians” Contest-audition

Prize winner of the 2nd Competition for young musicians in Nagoya (Japan)

Rovshan Mamedkuliev
  • Current job
  • Awards
  • info

Professor of Gnesin Academy

1st prize winner of the Guitar Foundation of America Competition (USA)

1st prize winner of the Francisco Tárrega Competition (Spain)

Victor Lyadov
  • Current job
  • Awards
  • info

Assistant Professor at the Moscow State Conservatory

1st prize winner of Hamamatsu International Piano Competition (Japan)

Winner of Queen Elizabeth piano competition (Belgium)

Anatoly Kurashov
  • Current job
  • Awards
  • info

Soloist of the Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra of Russia

Assistant Professor of Moscow State Conservatory

1st prize winner of All-Union competition of performers on percussion instruments (USSR)

Winner of the competition (as soloist-xylophonist) of brass orchestras (Poland)

Organ / Harpsichord
Kirill Prokopov
  • Current job
  • Awards
  • info

Artist-in-residence of the German-Russian Institute of Culture in Dresden (Germany)

Grand Prix winner (as a harpsichord-soloist) of the Competition Music without limits (Lithuania)

Grand Prix winner of the Wanda Landowska Harpsichord competition (Italy)

Competitive program and requirements for video recordings
  • Free program. Time limits are indicated in the Categories
  • The participant downloads a competitive program video recording on YouTube/YouKu
  • Sound and video processing is not allowed
  • In the video hands, instrument and face must be visible *
  • The link to the video recording is indicated in the Application submission field
  • You can send only one link to your performance, it can include several pieces, pauses are allowed
* For ensembles it is allowed to perform a program by sheets
Evaluation criteria
  • Creative individuality
  • Artistic temperaments
  • Convincing performance
  • Technical equipment
  • Understanding of stylistic features
  • The appearance of the performer
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Application fee
5000 ₽ (~50 €)
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