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During this year’s International Baltic Piano Competition held in Gdańsk on 20th – 27th October, the audience will have a chance to listen to 25 artists from 13 countries. They all might represent different techniques and music schools, but, more importantly, they all can guarantee top-notch performances. The competition is based on three-stage formula, which leads to selecting three finalists, who will give their last and most important performances on Saturday, 26th October in the concert hall of the Stanislaw Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdańsk. The pianists will be accompanied by the Academy’s symphony orchestra conducted by Sylwia Anna Janiak. What is unusual in the character of the competition, is a certain freedom of choice when it comes to the performed pieces; the participants seem to appreciate it – Waldemar Wojtal, the head of the piano department at the Academy of Music points out that modern music pieces are chosen rather frequently. However, the final performances are to be more traditional – the contestants are to play one of the W.A. Mozart’s works.
Entry to the concerts is free to all willing to come.
More information available here.