ANNOUNCING THE FIRST ANNUAL

International New Zealand Young Talent Music Competition “NZYouMusiC” 
– Online for 2020/21

MAKE THE SKY YOUR LIMIT!

Enter New Zealand’s Inaugural International Online Music Competition. Brought to you by the Pettman National Junior Academy of Music.

TIME TO SHINE?

Enter New Zealand’s Inaugural International Online Music Competition. Brought to you by the Pettman National Junior Academy of Music.

AIM HIGH!

Enter New Zealand’s Inaugural International Online Music Competition. Brought to you by the Pettman National Junior Academy of Music.

About International New Zealand Young Talent Music Competition

Young artists will have the opportunity to excel before a panel of international judges.

The Competition aims to bring together the country’s top young players and foster their growth through significant professional development opportunities. The top three performers in each of four age groups will receive prizes and access to training with some of the world’s best teachers.

Competition success opens doors: for aspiring professional musicians anywhere in the world, this is a bedrock truth. But to flourish once you step through those doors, you need an enduring commitment to musical growth. Our goal is to give highly talented young players the recognition they deserve allowing them to test their abilities in front of an audience and a panel of judges. They can also receive invaluable feedback as well as compare themselves to other musicians.  

Attractive prizes, such as, showcase concerts, and masterclasses will help to further developing careers. 

For 2020/21, due to the ongoing Covid19 pandemic, the NZYouMusiC competition will be entirely online, with the final round being screened in fromt of an adjudicating panel and a live audience. 

The due date for first round recordings is 14 December 2020, 11:59pm NZST

 

"In art, the best is the standard. When you hear a new violinist, you do not compare him to the kid next door; you compare him to Stern and Heifetz."

- Ursula K Le Guin