ADMITTED PARTICIPANTS

11th International Conducting Competition

Surname

Name

Country

Ardanaz

Felix

Spain

Baba

Musashi

Japan

Bae

Jason

New Zealand

Bui

David

Germany

Casleanu

Christian

Romania

Castillo-Briceño

Luis

Costa Rica

Chatzikonstanti

Myrsini

Greece

Che

Heng

China

Chen

Yi-Chuan

Taiwan

Deguchi

Daichi

Japan

Devigo-Vázquez

Pablo

Spain

Foron

Nicolo Umberto

Italy

González-García

Rafael

Spain

Gonzálvez Cardós

Albert

Spain

Guo

Yifan

Cina

Hauser

Luka

Germany

Helfricht

Hermes

Germany

Hiraishi

Akito

Japan

Hsin

Ke-Yuan

Taiwan

Huget

Filip

Poland

Iezzi

Massimiliano

Italy

Iselin

Nathanaël

France

Jaworski

Piotr

Poland

Jeong

Yoona

South Korea

Jin

Yukuang

China

Ju

Jayeon

South Korea

Kang

Hankyeol

South Korea

Kim

Hahnsol

USA

Kim

Sukjong

 South Korea

Kraft

Nikol

Czech Republic

Lee

Sung Hyo

South Korea

Leroy-Calatayud

Marc

Switzerland

Lim

Dong Kuk

South Korea

Lui 

Kens

Hong Kong

Marinesku

Alexander

Russia

Martin

Barthélemy

France

Måseidvåg

Nils Erik

Norway

Mikhaylenko

Alexey

Russia

Mok

Sophie Sze-Ki

Hong Kong

Park

Sejoon

USA

Peruglia Nogués

Silvina

Argentina

Ruffino

Daniele

Italy

Sasaki

Sohei

Japan

Skabeikaitė

Raimonda

Lithuania

Spătaru

Cristian

Romania

Szabolcs

Hermann

Romania

Szeto 

Kin

Hong Kong

Taillard

Sébastien

French

Terzakis

Konstantinos

Greece

Tibone

Federico

Italy

Vázquez

Salvador

Spain

Vesel

Andrej

Croatia

Wu

Yu-Te

Taiwan

Yeojin

Kim

South Korea

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Statute, edition – 2021

11th International Conducting Competition Jeunesses Musicales Bucharest

The 11th edition of the International Conducting Competition Jeunesses Musicales Bucharest for young conductors, aims to introduce young conductors to the entire spectrum of orchestral works interpretations and promote their artistic activity.

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August 17-21, 2021, Bucharest, ROMANIA

Jeunesses Musicales Conducting Masterclass

The masterclass is dedicated to all conductors who want to improve their technique and develop their professional skills. It’s a unique opportunity to work with the Royal Camerata Orchestra which is one of the best orchestras in Romania and two distinguished professors namely Sigmund Thorp from Norway and Christian Ehwald from Germany. The masterclass will take place at the National University of Music Bucharest.