The Royal International Piano Competition and Festival is presented by "The Royal Foundation of Music and Arts," a distinguished non-profit organization, extends a warm invitation to pianists from around the globe to showcase their exceptional musicality and talent. The competition and festival, organized and adjudicated by renowned concert pianists and dedicated educators, offers excellent opportunities for participants to perform, learn, and share.
The culmination of the competition is a captivating series of performances held at the Carnegie Hall in New York City and Disney Hall in Los Angeles. Additionally, the participants will have the privilege of participating in exclusive winter and summer music festivals. These festivals feature a range of enriching experiences, including concerts, lectures, and masterclasses given by esteemed faculty members hailing from top conservatories and universities, including The Juilliard School, Curtis Institute of Music, Yale University, and more.
The Royal Foundation of Music and Arts has a partnership with the Artemisia Foundation, an associate organization of The Juilliard School and The Harvard College Piano Society.
By participating in The Royal International Piano Competition and Festival, pianists can expect an artistic platform to exhibit their talents, engage with esteemed professionals, and nurture their musical journey.
- The Royal Foundation of Music and Arts
The Royal Foundation of Music and Art provides exclusive opportunities for outstanding musicians.
Opportunity to share your musical talents.
Learn Music from World Famous Musicians.
Opportunity to perform at world-leading concert venues.