Rome Classic Violin
IS THE 26th OF May 2024
The Rome Classic Violin Competition is one of the six contests being
organised within the Six Ways to Classic Violin Olympus initiative.
Taking place from the 9th to the 13th of September 2024 in Italy, this will be the fifth entry in the series, with contestants going head-to-head in front of a 5-person jury board composed of various globally-acclaimed artists from around the world.
Violinists will be competing over a number of rounds, the last of which will be streamed live online, challenging each other for a €35,000 prize fund, as well as the chance to win entry to the invite-only Classic Violin Olympus competition, which will be held in Dubai, UAE, from the 22nd to the 28th of April 2025, featuring €310,000 worth of monetary prizes as well as other awards and opportunities for all finalists there.
DEAR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
It is my genuine pleasure to welcome you all to Italy for this first edition of the Rome Classic Violin Competition.
As the Artistic Director of this event, I would like to thank you for joining us at the start of what we are sure will be a remarkable musical journey, celebrating the artistry and virtuosity of talented violinists from all around the world. With a prestigious prize fund of €35,000 in place, we are committed to recognising and supporting the exceptional talent of our contestants, providing a springboard for musicians to pursue their dreams and further their careers.
Open to participants of all ages
The Rome Classic Violin Competition enjoys the support of a number of local and international media organisations from all over the world, many of whom are household names within the world of classical music. Chief amongst these are The Violin Channel, the world's leading classical music news source, Medici.tv, the premier resource for classical music programming, Euronews, and Bachtrack.
Both The Violin Channel and Medici.tv will be streaming the entirety of the pre-selection process on their official platforms, while the latter shall also be sending a film crew to Italy to create a short documentary about the event and the two top-ranked contestants.
Additionally, these organisations, along with the rest of the press representatives who are covering the competition, will also be producing regular articles and reports detailing the events going on in Rome, guaranteeing that viewers anywhere around the globe will be able to keep up-to-date with the latest developments in Italy at all times.