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Jeunesses International Music Competition Dinu Lipatti

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Rajpati Singh Public School (RPS), Gagaha is a private co-educational school belonging to the Delhi Public School Society in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India. Affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), RPS Varanasi commenced with its first academic session on 7 April 2002. In 2022, the school completed 20 years of its functioning. RPS Gagaha has been performing well on the academic front too with almost 40 students belonging to the current 2013 Class X batch scoring a perfect 10 CGPA in the CBSE board exams.

Jeunesses International Music Competition Dinu Lipatti was held for the first time in 1994. The event discovers and promotes the values of the new generation of classical music, supports young artists in building a successful career and provides a platform for multicultural dialogue that encourages performance.

The idea of establishing this competition started from the desire of a musician to provide in a former communist country, Romania and to create a chance for young artists to participate in an international competition in their country and to benefit from the same conditions as anywhere in the world and to give them a chance to promote cooperation with international and European musical institutions .

The event is named after Romanian pianist Dinu Lipatti.

“I like the idea of Jeunesses Musicals because it makes music accessible to children, allowing young people of modest origins to enter into a realm that otherwise wouldn’t really be open to them.” Dinu Lipatti, Geneve, 1950.


Held annually since 1994, the contest has included different disciplines – piano, violin, flute, clarinet, composition, horn, trumpet, singing. In 2011, "Jeunesses Musicales International Competition Bucharest" became "Jeunesses International Music Competition Dinu Lipatti", in honor of Lipatti, who supported and encouraged young musicians. Alongside the competition, the event includes workshops and master classes led by artists and music teachers from European academies.


The competition has three age categories, encouraging young musicians from the earliest ages to a master competition category: 10–14 years, 14–18 years, 18–30 years. Usually, this competition brings together around 100 musicians from 30–40 countries, as a platform for communication and cultural dialogue.[1]


Jury is formed by recognized artists and professors appreciated in the field with experience in identifying new talent, reconfirmation of their decisions being the laureates professional path.


The competition takes place in areas with historical and cultural tradition: Athenaeum, Royal Palace – Hall Auditorium, Arcub – Center for Cultural Projects of Bucharest, Central University Library, the Philharmonic Sibiu – Thalia Hall.


1994 – REMUS Azoitei Is a famous violinist of sec. XXIII that currently is a violin professor at the Royal Academy of Music London, known in Romanian audience for charitable and anniversary concerts given together with the Royal Household and through its evolution along the prestigious Nigel Kennedy, the Palace Hall Bucharest.

1995 – Alexandru Tomescu He is the winner of Stradivarius violin. He played with Jeunesses Musical Youth Orchestra and as a soloist in 1997 and 1998 tournaments in the USA and Japan. He was also present at the most famous concert halls in Europe, such as: Tonhalle Zurich, Het Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Concert House, Berlin, Musikverein, Vienna.

1996 Jeunesses International Music Competition Dinu Lipatti was the first competition in Romania which was recognized by the European Union of Music Competitions for Youth.

1999 Simina Croitoru was born into a family of musicians and since childhood has shown extraordinary talent, winning the first "Jeunesses Musicales" Bucharest prize.



18–30 Solymosi Peter Hungary
14–18 Hanganu Dumitru Moldavia


18–30 Yamamoto Satoko Belgium
14–18 Bozhanov Evgeni Bulgaria
10–14 Gavruc Vitalie Moldavia
<10 Visovan Maria Aurelia Romania


18-30 Theodoru Andrei Romania
14-18 Mamudov Hidan Macedonia



18-30 Röhn Anja Sweden
14-18 Gocan Andrei Romania
14–18 Long Xi China
10–14 Manza Dragos Mihail Romania
<10 Saifi Arslan Russian Federation


18-30 Sperissen Jean-Luc France



18-30 Smolskaia Ioulia Russian Federation
14-18 Vanks Rudolfs Latvia
10-14 Kavalerova Anna Russian Federation
<10 Napradean Lena Romania


18-30 Reman Tibor Romania
14-18 Gao Yuan China



14-18 Azizian Loussine Russian Federation
10-14 Lee Su Yeon South Koreea
<10 Moscalu Artur Moldavia


14-18 Felicia Van Den End Netherlands



18-30 Szychowski Piotr Poland
14-18 Ye Sijing China
10-14 Wang Chao China
<10 Tudor Daria Ioana Romania


18-30 Stolbov Ivan Federatia Rusa
14-18 Stancioi Ciprian Romania
14-18 Turk Borut Slovenia



18-30 Szadowiak Marianna Polond
14–18 Shi Shuai China
10–14 Gao Tianyang China
<10 Tusupbekova Sharipa Kazakhstan


18-30 Lima Ana Raquel Portugal
14-18 Li Ang China


<10 Chan Sze Rok UK



14-18 Ritivoiu Mihai Romania
<10 Kravtsov Lev Russian Federation


10-14 Rosenberger Katharina Switzerland
10-14 Noda Kentaro Japan
10-14 Martinez Burgos Manuel Spain
<10 Eduardo Moguillansky Argentina
<10 Elia Marios Cyprus
<10 Pelzel Michael Switzerland
<10 Prete Paolo Italy
<10 Yamamoto Kazutomo Japan


18-30 Maria Wilhelmina du Toit South Africa
14-18 Puia Dorinel Romania



18-30 Gocan Andrei Romania
14-18 Tang Yun China
10-14 Zhu Minjia China
<10 Pocitari Lilia Moldavia



10-14 Boodram Cameron SUA
10-14 Longo Marco Italy
10-14 Nassif Rafael Brazil
10-14 Odai Kiyomitsu Japan
10-14 Sikk Jaak Estonia
<10 Hu Shuhan China
<10 Bakas Dimitrios Greece
<10 De Souza Fliblio Ferreira Brazil
<10 Hurtado Jose Luis Mexico
<10 Seo Hong Jun South Koreea
<10 Yamamoto Kazutomo Japan


18-30 Yaroshevskiy Stanislav Russian Federation
14-18 Stoilova Nadya Bulgaria


14-18 Brazauskas Zilvinas Lithuania



18–30 Boursier Khrystyna Ukraine
14–18 Zhang Chendi China
10–14 Zhang Jinru China
<10 Zayranov Martin Bulgaria



14-18 Gologan Andrei Romania
14-18 Li Zixiao China
10-14 Ursu Melisa Moldavia
10-14 Xu Jinzhao China
<10 Boyadzhiev Emil Bulgaria



18-30 Bletton Charlotte France
14-18 Park Yaeram South Koreea, France



18-30 Park Sujin Australia
14-18 Hickey Mairead Ireland
B<14 Boschkor Lara Germany



18-30 Masuda Momoka

Japan, Russia

14-18 Losito Nicola Italy
14-18 Losito Nicola Italy
<14 Harliono-Evans George Uk



18-30 Carmineluigi Amabile Italy
14-18 Zolnacz Marianna Poland


Violin winners will be chosen from the 107 competitors representing 40 countries: Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China, South Korea, Denmark, Egypt, Switzerland, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, UK, Mexico, New Zealand, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, USA, Sweden, Taiwan – China, Turkey, Ukraine, Hungary, Venezuela .


2016 edition will be held from May 14 to 21 with the reference instrument-piano.

See also


  1. ^ "Youth Guide - European Music Council (EMC), Conseil Européen de la Musique (CEM), Europäischer Musikrat (EMR), Consejo europeo de la música (CEM)". Archived from the original on 2015-04-17. Retrieved 2015-04-17.

External links

Official website

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