International Piano-e-Competition
Prizes:
Grand First Prize
The first prize winner receives $30,000 in cash, and commemorative diploma signed by the jurors and performance engagements.
Second Prize
The second prize winner receives $20,000 in cash, and a commemorative diploma signed by the jurors.
Third Prize
The third prize winner receives $10,000 in cash, and a commemorative diploma signed by the jurors.
Schubert Prize
For the best performance of a Schubert sonata in the second round, the winner will receive a special prize of $2,000 cash and a commemorative diploma signed by the jurors.
Chamber Music Prize
For the best performance of a Trio in the Semi-Final Round, the winner will receive a special prize of $2,000 cash and a commemorative diploma signed by the jurors.
Semi-Finalist Prizes
Three Semi-Finalist Participants who do not advance to the Finals receive $1,000 cash prize each.

Depending on the outcome of the Piano-e-Competition and acting within the limit of the number of prizes, the Jury has the option to refrain from awarding all prizes or dividing the prizes between performers. The first prize will be awarded to only one contestant. The decision of the Jury is final. Taxes will be deducted from the prizes according to U.S. tax laws in effect at the time of the Piano-e-Competition

Contestants receiving prizes are required to be present at the awards ceremony.
Virtual Auditions
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Application form for the 2017 e-Piano Junior Competition is now available....
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