The eighth edition of the "Premio Annarosa Taddei" International Competition for young musicians was closed on 20th December, 2020 with the proclamation of the following winners:
YESEUL KIM (Corea): Special Prize for the best interpretation of L. van Beethoven Sonata
The VIII "Premio Annarosa Taddei" International Competition has welcomed 74 participants from over 15 different countries. The Preliminary Round has ended on 15th October 2020, giving the candidates below access to the Final Round:
Our Association intends to host the 2020 Award Ceremony in Rome for the three finalists the soonest possible.
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The seventh edition of the International competition for young musicians “Premio Annarosa Taddei” will take place in Rome from the 13th to the 18th of November, 2019.
The event will be held at the Sala Casella -Accademia Filarmonica Romana (via Flaminia 118).
The competition welcomes pianists and violinists, between the ages of 18 and 28. Winners of previous editions are not allowed to enter the competition.
As part of this edition of the competition, there will be an opening concert at the Valdese Church on November 11th, 2019.
You can find more details, including the official competition rules for 2019, on our website.DOWNLOAD RULES 2019 GO TO THE COMPETITION
The fifth edition of the Competition “Premio Annarosa Taddei” 2017 launched with an inagural concert on the 6th of November, featuring the Israeli soprano Reut Ventotero and the winner of the competition’s first prize 2016, the violinist Gabriele Campagna. The two soloists performed with the Roma Tre Orchestra, led by Tonino Battista. The concert was a great success thanks to the large number of people attending, who showed their warm support for the soloists and the orchestra throughout the concert. The programme included music by Mozart and Schubert .
The 2017 edition of the Competition, which took place at the Sala Casella dell’Accademia Filarmonica Romana, saw two pianists (the Italian, Alberto Ida’ and the Korean, Jeanghun Kim) and a young Italian violinist (Ivos Margoni) reach the final. The level of the entries in this edition was incredibly high, with the remaining contestants scoring very close to the three finalists. On the 12th of November, the final of the competition took place at the Teatro Palladium.
The three finalists were accompanied by the Roma Tre Orchestra, led by Tonino Battista, and performed three Mozart concerts. At the end of the concert, the jury gathered to cast the final results:
The Competition ended following the 3 contestants receiving their prizes and the President of the Competition, Maestro Eugenio De Rosa, announcing that the 6th edition of the Competition will take place in Rome from the 19th to the 26th november 2018 and will be dedicated to the Piano, Violin and the Cello.