1st August 2020 Elder Hall, North Terrace, Adelaide at 7pm

SIPCA Winner - Who will it be?
SIPCA Winner – Who will it be? Image by Anemone123 from Pixabay

One of the World’s Greatest Piano Competitions

The Sydney International Piano Competition has always held events at the highest international level. It inspires pianists and audiences a-like stimulating interest in the piano and music in general and providing a platform to showcase outstanding pianists from around the world and assist in developing their careers.

The Sydney is one of the major international events of its kind in the world. Founded by the late Miss Claire Dan AM, OBE, Rex Hobcroft AM and Robert Tobias, it was inaugurated in July 1977 and has since been held every four years, except in 1988 when it was brought forward to coincide with the Bicentenary of Australia celebrations. The Sydney was admitted as a member of the Geneva based World Federation of International Music Competitions in 1978, the first Australian competition to be accepted as a member.

Sydney is not only a significant centre of the arts, but a city which has produced and fostered artists of international distinction, whose contributions to music are well known. The Sydney Opera House is a symbol of the city’s commitment to attaining the highest standards in all areas of the performing arts. The Sydney Conservatorium of Music, in the centre of the city with its ‘back-yard’ the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens, is home to the Competition once again in 2020.

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Whoever the winner of one of the world’s most prestigious piano competitions is, we will be privileged to hear them first on their Australia wide tour.
Supporting the best of the best young new talent is what we are all About.

Information from: https://thesydney.com.au/about-us/