Montreal Classical Music Festival

YOUNG MUSICIANS WHOSE TALENT WILL AMAZE

more than 50 years of history

Formerly part of the NDG Arts and Letters Festival, the Montreal Classical Music Festival draws each year an increasing number of participants as well as attracting a greater public audience.

After being cared for by Mrs. Milda Ruffo for many years, the directorship of the Festival was taken over in 2000 by the QMTA, in partnership with the Borough of Verdun. 

Since 2019, the event is presented and hosted by the prestigious École de musique Vincent-d'Indy. In 2021, the MCMF is an all-virtual event.

  • The Montreal Classical Music Festival is a prestigious competition open to young musicians aged 5 to 23 (30 for voice) who are currently studying music with members of the Quebec Music Teachers' Association.  

    NEXT EDITION OF MCMF : MAY 20-22, 2023

    CATEGORIES

    SOLO : piano, violin, cello, voice, guitar, winds.
    CONCERTO : piano, strings (violin, cello)
    ENSEMBLE : small ensembles (instrumental or vocal)
    COMPOSITION : all instruments

     

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MCMF GALA PHOTO GALLERY

Salle Marie-Stéphane

Gagnants PIANO SOLO 5-7 ans

Oscar Li, Emily Xinyan Zhou (Trophée Marie-Jeanne Fortier), Horace Wong, Melinda Liu, Yvette Qian, Evin Fu.

Gagnants PIANO SOLO 8-10 ans

Lawrence Zhao, Jessica Cui, Charlotte Guo, Nikki Lau (Trophée Claude-Walker), Joliane Lin, Yan Li, Zeus Mori.

Gagnants PIANO SOLO 11-13 ans

Yiling et Yixin Qian, Shinomasa Mori (Prix Coup-de-coeur du jury), Kejing Xie, Ziqi Tang, Perline Shen, Ethan Yang (Trophée Henry-Finkel).

Gagnants PIANO SOLO 14-16 ans

Teresa Campbell, Fiona Xin-Ke Lu, Kotoka Mori, Angie Xiong, Matvey Chirchikov, Moxi Chen (Trophée Rose-Goldblatt), Chihiro Mori.

Gagnants PIANO SOLO 17-23 ans

Lina Ammari (absente sur la photo) Trophée Thérèse-Gingras, Cathy Xu, Charles Dufour, Vincent Khy.

Gagnants VIOLON SOLO 10-23 ans

Zong Qiao Zhou, Alex Yang (Trophée Rita-Barg), Lylan Roy, Arielle Frappier-Cavaluzi, Sophie Marcotte, Émilie Cloutier.

Gagnants VIOLON CONCERTO 5-9 ans

Melinda Liu, JiaJu Jiang, Ziying Yang, Aiden Liu (Trophée Edna-Marie Hawkin), Raphael Duranleau, Sarah Cao, Lylan Roy, Theo Wen-Wang.

Gagnants COMPOSITION

Marko Vukovic, Grégoire Abadie, Hugo Denis (Trophée Monique-Labadie)

Gagnants CHANT

Amandine Ducas (absente sur la photo), Annie Zhao, Julian Frigon (Trophée Mavis-Veit)

CHAMPIONS JUNIOR

Aiden Liu, Ethan Yang, Alex Yang, en compagnie de M. Alan Barg, président de la Fondation québécoise pour l'éducation musicale et donateur du trophée Rita-Barg et de la Bourse Joel-Barg.

CHAMPIONS SENIOR

Aiden Liu (Champion Junior), Lina Ammari (absente sur la photo), Alex Yang (Champion Junior), Arielle Frappier-Cavaluzi (Championne Senior)

Gagnants PRIX COUP DE COEUR

Prix Coup de coeur du jury
Shinomasa Mori

Prix Coup de coeur du public
Aiden Liu

Gagnants ENSEMBLE

Daniel & Teresa Campbell, Angie Xiong & Cynthia Li, WanLin & Le-Tao (Trophée Laure-Fink). Florent-Crisan et Ad Libitum absents sur la photo.

TROPHÉES GRAND CHAMPIONS

Aiden Liu, violon concerto (Trophée Edna-Marie Hawkin), violon solo (Trophée Daphne-Sandercock) (Grand champion junior)
Ethan Yang, piano solo (Trophée Henry-Finkel), (Grand champion junior)
Alex Yang, violon solo (Trophée Rita-Barg) (Grand champion junior)
Arielle Frappier-Cavaluzi, violon solo (Trophée Katharine-Notkin) (Grand champion senior)
Théo Wen-Wang, violon concerto (Grand champion senior)
Lina Ammari (Grand champion senior)
M. Alan Barg, président de la FQÉM

 

 

Gagnants de TROPHÉES

Julian Frigon, chant (Trophée Mavis-Veit)
Hugo Denis, composition (Trophée Monique-Labadie)
Wan-Lin & Le-Tao, duo piano (Trophée Laure-Fink)

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