At the end of an unprecedented edition, the Concours musical international de Montréal (CMIM) has unveiled the winners of its Piano 2021 edition. It is Su Yeon Kim, from South Korea, who wins the First Prize this year. She collects prizes and scholarships valued at over $ 180,000
Follow all the events of the Piano 2021 edition on our website, Facebook pages, Vimeo and YouTube. Watch streamed live or on demand recitals of this high level competition.
Witness Mari Kodama and Charles Richard-Hamelin’s unique passion for teaching 6 young Quebecois pianists, who will be performing music by Chopin and Beethoven. Recognized the world over for their mastery of both composers’ works, they will give you a fascinating insight into their music.
The Concours musical international de Montréal and internationally renowned jazz pianist and composer Lorraine Desmarais pay tribute to two great pianists who died in recent months.
19th édition - Piano 2021 : 27 competitors from 11 countries are ready for the challenge, 10 jury members are listening, and here we are, assembled all around the world. The Concours musical international has never been more international. To you who love the CMIM, and to all those experiencing it for the first time this year, thank you for enhancing its international outreach.
The Concours musical international de Montréal (CMIM) will give out a record amount in prizes and awards during its next piano edition, presented online, free of charge, from April 26 to May 14. Never could such a sum be offered without the exceptional contribution of generous partners who support our mission. Among the prizes and special awards, four newly added ones are featured below...
The Concours musical international de Montréal (CMIM) is proud to announce the addition of two new members of the jury for its 19th edition.
27 young pianists will take part in the 19th edition of the CMIM. Get to know these exceptional musicians today! Chosen from 229 candidates auditioned by a preliminary jury, these 27 young artists are among the rising elite of the piano world. They are already the major talents of tomorrow.
The Concours musical international de Montréal takes this moment to send you its best wishes for health, joy and serenity.
As Giving Tuesday approaches, I would like to thank you—our donors, volunteers, audience, and friends. Thank you for your donations, as well as—and especially—for your words of encouragement, your thoughts, your love, and your passion for music.