Prizes

1st prize

20 000 €

2nd prize

10 000 €

3rd prize

5 000 €

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In addition to these three prizes, each of the three winners of the Competition will be offered a programme of personalised professional engagements and artistic mentoring by the Philharmonie de Paris, the Paris Mozart Orchestra and their local and international partners, as part of The Academy which takes place over 2 years.

This support will include partnerships with internationally renowned venues and orchestras, conducting masterclasses, help towards travel expenses in order to take part in other international competitions, financial helps towards a 1st recording, a session with a professional photographer, mentoring sessions, as well as a collaboration with social and education programme Démos.

The 3 semi-finalists may be offered concerts or collaborations with lesser-known orchestras on the international stage, conducting masterclasses, help towards travel expenses in order to take part in other international competitions, mentoring sessions, as well as a collaboration with social and education programme Démos.

The 8 quarter-finalists will be offered online mentoring sessions.

Alongside the Jury, several committees are formed and will deliver Prizes:

Paris Mozart Orchestra Prize: € 2 500.
The committee of the Paris Mozart Orchestra is formed of the members of the orchestra. Their vote is based on the 14 nominees of the Competition.

The French concert-halls and orchestras Prize
The French concert-halls and orchestras committee is formed of approximately 20 representatives of French concert-hall and orchestras. Their vote is based on the 6 semi-finalists.

The ECHO Prize
The ECHO committee is formed of a selection of representatives from the European Concert Hall Organization (ECHO). Their vote is based on the 6 semi-finalists.

The Arte Prize
The ARTE committee is formed of representatives from the Franco-German TV channel ARTE. Their vote is based on the 6 semi-finalists.

The Audience Prize: a vote is organised during the final of the Compeititon and enables members of the audience present in the hall to vote. Their vote is based on the 6 semi-finalists.