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Online classical music competition

Application deadline - September 15th, 2021

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Are you a talented musician in age of 16-35?
Do you play violin, viola, cello, doublebass, piano or harp?
The Worldvision Music Contest is waiting for you. Find out more about prizes, jury and the competition rules.

For all young talented performers in age of 9-15!
Do you play violin, viola, cello, doublebass, piano or harp?
The Worldvision Junior Music Contest can become one of the first steps of a successful path in the music industry! Discover prizes, jury and the competition rules.

Reasons to participate

  • Renowned Jury board: Musicians, music professors from state conservatories, representatives of music labels, music media, artistic directors, organizers of festivals - Worldvision has one of the biggest jury boards where every single jury member is a treasure.
  • Scholarships & prizes: on every competition stage we offer a number of prizes that will support your career.
  • Zero risk: You’ll pay the participation fee after you’ll be qualified for the competition.
  • Donations from the public: You don’t need to invest your money - gain public support and pay the participation fee from donations or use it anyway you like.
  • Amazing networking opportunities: stay in contact with participants from all over the world, get a chance to become the Classic@Home artist and take part in the masterclasses and courses led by the stars of classical music.


Random selection of participants:

FlagGermany, Stahnsdorf Brandenburg

Serafina Jaffe

FlagHungary, Kaposvár Somogy

Barna Zsolt Karoly

FlagRomania, Constanţa Constanța


FlagNetherlands, Delft South Holland

Ursula Skaug

FlagUnited States, San Francisco California

Sophia Bacelar

FlagRomania, Bucharest Bucureşti

David Soma

FlagSouth Korea, Seoul Seoul

Yeji Ha

FlagVenezuela, Barcelona Anzoátegui

Ysanai Miranda