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Flute competitions
Geneve International Music Competition

Geneve International Music Competition

Founded in 1939, the Geneva Competition is one of the world’s leading international music competitions.  The "Concours International d'Exécution Musicale" (CIEM) is a founding member of the World Federation of International Music Competitions (1957), whose headquarters are located in Geneva. Today, the Geneva Competition alternates between eight main disciplines: piano, flute, clarinet, cello, viola, string quartet, voice and percussion. Every second year, it offers a composition prize.


The next competition for Flute:

- TBA

 

Laureates of previous competitions

2023
Elizaveta Ivanova, Russia: 1st prize
Mario Bruno, Italy: 2nd prize
Yuan Yu, China: 2nd prize
2014
Adriana Ferreira, Portugal: 2nd prize
Yubeen Kim, South Korea: 2nd prize
Elena Badaeva, Russia: 3rd prize
2001
Silvia Careddu, Italy: 1st prize
Sabine Morel, France: 2nd prize
Sarah Louvion, France: 3rd prize
1992
Emmanuel Pahud, Switzerland: 1st prize
Anna Garzuly-Wahlgren, Hungary: 2nd prize
Ye Ri Yoon, South Korea: 3rd prize
1983
Hideaki Sakai, Japan: 2nd prize
José-Daniel Castellon, France: 2nd prize
1978
Irena Grafenauer, Yugoslavia: 1st prize
Gilles Burgos, France: 2nd prize
1973
Irena Toshiko Kohno, Japan: 1st prize
Lô Angelloz, France: 2nd prize
1969
Guy Cottin, France: 2nd prize
Kim Chang Kook, South Korea: 2nd prize
1966
Paula Robinson, USA: 1st prize
Jean-Claude Gérard, France: 2nd prize
1961
Michel Debost, France: 1st prize
1958
Alf Andersen, Norway: 2nd prize
Jean-Pierre Eustache, France: 2nd prize
Louis Hébral, France: 2nd prize
1954
Raymond Guiot, France: 1st prize
Christian Lardé, France: 2nd prize
Maxence Larrieu, France: 2nd prize
1951
Christian Lardé, France: 2nd prize
1948
Aurèle Nicolet, Switzerland: 1st prize
Christian Lardé, France: 2nd prize
Kurt Redel, Germany: 2nd prize
1946
Léon Leroy, France: 1st prize
Gabriel Deschamps, France: 2nd prize
1945
Antonio Zuppiger, Switzerland: 2nd prize
1944
André Bosshard, Switzerland: 2nd prize
Jeanine Ducray, Switzerland: 2nd prize
1943
Edmond Oechslin, Switzerland: 2nd prize
1941
Willy Urfer, Switzerland: 1st prize
1939
André Jaunet, France: 1st prize