It is my great pleasure to welcome you to the First International Piano Competition in London. It will take place in Warehouse Waterloo London, one of the world’s leading educational music institutions.
To perform in London, great music capital of the world, is a true dream for many aspiring young musicians.
Now they have an opportunity to achieve their dream.
We are looking forward to hear the participants and hope to discover some amazing new emerging talents.
My special thanks to the European Foundation for the Support of the Culture who helped us to make it happen.
We are proud to welcome you to our first edition of the UK Piano Open 2020, organized by European Foundation for Support of Culture, which is taking place in the capital of the UK – London.
This international piano competition will provide an opportunity and a new effective platform for young pianists, not only to show their technique, skills and professionalism, but also their personality and knowledge when interpreting the compositions which they will be performing.
The UK Piano Open International Competition 2020 makes part of the big series of 14 international piano competitions where 5 best participants of each competition will be invited to participate in the “Classic Piano” Malta International Piano Competition 2021 within the framework of the “InClassica” International Music Festival.
The mission of the European Foundation for Support of Culture through the presentation of this Festival is to re-discover, promote, support and document the great masters for keyboard while providing audiences with a unique musical experience; to build the audiences of the future to help ensure the very existence of classical music.
With so many artistic achievements to its credit, the European Foundation for Support of Culture looks forward towards the continued success of its classical music projects in the future.
I welcome you all to UK Piano Open International Competition and I wish everyone a very enjoyable time in London! Good luck and success to all participants.
With best regards and respect,
Mr. Konstantin Ishkhanov,
President of European Foundation for Support of Culture