Coming in 2014: The 25th FLAME Competition

By Germaine Tocatlian

FLAME Competition

FLAME Competition

The Time Has Come…

As we close the 24th FLAME Competition of 2013, planning is well underway for the competition’s 25th anniversary, with concerts in France, Italy and Austria being arranged throughout the year. Former winners of the 1990-2013 FLAME competitions will be performing at these events. We hope that you can join us and enjoy this very special series of concerts.

It Is In Giving That We Receive

Sponsoring is needed to support the 25th competition, where all musical disciplines (piano, violin, cello and voice) are scheduled to perform in addition to the inspirational children competition from 6 to 16 years old (piano, violin and cello).

You can support us by:

  • Joining the Association as a member – starting at 50€
  • Donating the amount of your choice
  • Special prizes shall be attributed to your name if the donation is over 1000€

Your participation can be directed at the following address: flameparis@orange.fr

About FLAME Competition

Association FLAME was created in 1989 by Patrice Sciortino, composer, and Germaine Tocatlian, piano teacher at the Schola Cantorum in Paris.

The objectives of  FLAME are to identify, promote and support young talents at the beginning of their career. The FLAME Competition was created in 1990 in order to select pianists, violinists, cellists, violists and singers. The winners have been and are granted prizes and scholarships to attend, at the Summerakademie of  the Mozarteum of Salzburg, Master classes of teachers of prestigious international renown, such as  J. Berger, G. Hoffman, H. Shapiro for cello;  J. Fournier, P. Roczek , M. Friscenschlager, I. Ozim, I. Oistrach for violin; S. Perticaroli, K.H. Kämmerling, O. Gardon for piano, E. Battaglia, T. Krause and R. Raimondi for singing.

Winners and Contestants

2013

Nadejda Tzanova

Frédéric Loboda

Mendelssohn – Piano Trio no. 1, Op. 49

2012

Mehrabyan Liana

Moreau Jeremie

Shai Nakash

Andrea Lu

2011

Dena Taherianfar

2010

Vincent van Rijn

2009

Mélanie Bracale

2008

Jora Saragsyan

2001

Delphine Chevalier

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