Montreal International Music Competition (Violin)
Nov 17, 2022
Every three years
The Montreal International Music Competition is considered one of the great cultural achievements in Canada. It aims to stimulate the emergence of the new generation of musicians destined for a professional career and to promote their influence within the international artistic community while making classical music accessible to the greatest number of people.
The Concours musical international de Montréal had earned an undeniable worldwide reputation. People come from all over the world to participate. Since its creation in 2001, more than 4,000 young musicians from over 90 countries, trained in the world’s leading schools, have entered the CMIM to compete against the world’s rising musical talent.
Founded in 2001 by internationally renowned bass Joseph Rouleau (1929-2019) and politician and philanthropist André Bourbeau (1936-2018), the CMIM is today one of the most prominent international competitions.
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