Dear participants! The auditions of the main round of the competition are over, all the results are published on the site! Congratulations to the winners!
Starting from July 3, there will be available (see a separate menu item) two videos of the Third, final round of the competition, composed of recordings of the first prize winners in each category (except for "Piano as additional instrument" and "Accompaniment"). The first video includes groups A, B, C of solo categories and group 1 of the Ensemble category, the second includes groups D, E, F solo and ensemble group 3.
The "Audience Choice Award"(according to the results of voting in the comments on YouTube), goes to:
in younger groups — Hayk Hekekyan, Oboe C, No. 273 (Armenia)
in older groups — “The ILO Quartet”, Ensemble 3, No. 338 (USA)
The scholarship holders 2021
Sara Dragan, Violin E, No.188 (Poland)
Daniel Thorell, Cello E, No.230 (Sweden)
Josef Wijk, Oboe E, No.277 (Sweden)
Julie Helgeland Davidsen, Flute E, No.268 (Austria)
Teo Hillberg, Saxofon E, No.296 (Sweden)
LongHui Yuan, Saxofon E, No.297 (China)
Zhong Hu, Viola F, No.202 (China)
Calvin Wong, Saxofon F, No.301 (Hong Kong)
Mariia Narodytska, Piano F, No.120 (Ukraine)
The ILO Quartet”: Hannah Duncan, Charlotte Loukola August DuBeau, Myeonggyun Charles Noh — Ensemble 3, No.338 (USA)
The "Special Hubert Schonberg Prize",by the decision of its founder — Professor of Royal Conservatory Antwerp Polina Leschenko, awarded to Mariia Narodytska, Piano F, No.120 (Ukraine)
Scholarships for best performances of pieces by Swedish composers
Constanza Krecek Sánchez, Piano Solo group A, No. 14 (Germany)
Xiao Yi Vincent Wang, Piano Solo group B, No. 35 (Sweden)
Sora Elding, Saxophone group B, No. 287 (Sweden)
Luna Isabel Hansen López, Saxophone group B, No. 291 (Norway)
Ellen Zhang, Violin group B, No. 146 (Sweden)
Viktor Zhang, Piano Solo group C, No. 64 (Sweden)
Frey Franzén, Violin group C, No. 162 (Sweden)
Uma Kangas, Piano Solo group D, No. 98 (Sweden)
Leonid Muravjov, Accordion group D, No. 330 (Sweden)
Scholarships will be paid after August 10, 2021. Please, participants who have received scholarships, send the full details of your bank account to e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to offer to your attention the schedule of competition:
- On June 11, the proofreading of information sent in applications and by e-mail will be completed.
- June 12 — 14. First (qualifying) round auditions are held.
- On June 14, the personal pages of all participants are published on the competition website in the "Participants: solo" section. The pages of the contestants who did not qualify for the second round are published without video materials.
- On June 4 — 26, auditions are held for the participants of the Second (main) round of the competition.
- On June 22, the site publishes the personal pages of the participants of the ensemble categories and the category "Accompaniment".
- On June 22 — 29, the results of the Second Round are published (as soon as they are ready, stay tuned)
- On June 30, a video will be posted on the site, edited from the videos of the contestants awarded the First Prize in their category and age group (based on the results of the Second round).
- On June 30 — July 5, an audition for the Third (final) round of the competition will take place, as well as a collection of votes (in the comments to the final video) for the "Audience Award"
- On July 7, the Grand Prix laureate (if awarded) and the "Audience Award" will be announced. The distribution of diplomas and certificates for participation will begin to e-mail addresses of contestants.
Stockholm International Music Competition (SIMC) is a contest for children and adults who are passionate about classical music. The competition started in 2010 and since that time has become popular among young musicians from around the world..The new generation of young musicians need an international forum where you can meet like-minded, get confirmation, encouragement and motivation. In connection with the competition, several master classes and conferences are organized where music teachers can meet and exchange thoughts and experiences. The jury consists of prominent professors and educators from Sweden, the United States, Germany, Belgium, Russia, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Norway, Finland, Georgia. The competition is organized by the Cultural Association Semibrevis in collaboration with the National Unity Musicians (RUM), the Historical Museum, Southern Latins High School, the Maestro Academy, Adolf Fredriks Music Classes, Herzen University in St. Peterburg, the Long Island Conservatory in New York and many others.