Bartók World Competition

John Corigliano Academy Awarded american composer to chair the jury in 2022

7 January 2022

The Bartók World Competition continues this year with the contest of Composers. This time the Liszt Academy has called for compositions written for violin and piano . The international jury will be chaired by five Grammy and an Academy awarded John Corigliano American composer.

Composers under the age of 40 are invited to enter the competition by 23 August 2022. The award winning works will be performed for the first time at the Gala Concert to be held on 26 November in Liszt Academy Solti Hall, Budapest, Hungary.  

Members of the prestigious jury are Unsuk Chin, renowned South Korean composer living in Germany, Kristóf Baráti, Liszt Ferenc - and Kossuth award winning, renowned violinist, professor of the Liszt Academy, and Kuzma Bodrov pianist and composer of numerous russian movies, professor of Tchaikovsky Conservatory of Moscow, as well as Gyula Fekete, artistic director of the Bartók World Competition - Composer's Competition. The total prize of the competition is EUR 10 000.

Details of the competition and all the information about the application are available here. Click here for the  application form.