International Piano-e-Competition
Cash Prizes:
First Prize:
Second Prize:
Third Prize:
Fourth Prize:
Fifth Prize:
Sixth Prize:
$25,000
$15,000
$10,000
$6,000
$5,000
$4,000
All Monies in U.S. dollars

First Prize winner also receives these prestigious prizes:
  • Yamaha DC3M4 Pro 6' 1" Disklavier polished ebony grand piano.
  • Fall 2007 New York City Debut Recital at one of the major concert halls in New York sponsored by Yamaha Corporation of America.
  • November 2006 Debut Recital in Paris, Salle Cortot
  • Recital at the Fitzgerald Theater, Saint Paul, MN and a live broadcast on the Minnesota Public Radio
  • CD issued on the Ten Thousand Lakes label.
  • A Yamaha PianoSoft recording for the Yamaha Disklavier reproducing piano.
  • Engagements with:
    Minnesota Orchestra
    Richmond Symphony Orchestra
    Salem Chamber Orchestra
    Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert, Chicago, IL
  • Recitals in major cities of U.S.A.
  • Additional engagements may be added by the Piano-e-Competition
Additional Prizes:
  • $3000 prize for the best performance of the Schubert Sonata (Offered by The Schubert Club).
Depending on the outcome of the Piano-e-Competition and acting within the limit of the number of prizes, the Jury has the option to refrain from awarding all prizes or dividing the prizes between performers. The first prize will be awarded to only one contestant. The decision of the Jury is final. Taxes will be deducted from the prizes according to U.S. tax laws in effect at the time of the Piano-e-Competition 

Contestants receiving prizes are required to be present at the awards ceremony.
Virtual Auditions
We are excited to announce our next competition for young musicians 32 and under! More....
Congratulations to the competitors invited to the preliminary round of the e-Piano Junior!...
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