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With the aim of encouraging and promoting young talented and aspiring pianists from all over the world, Virginia Waring International Piano Competition comes for its yet another edition this time around. The competition was formerly known as the Joanna Hodges International Piano Competition, and over the years the stage of the competition has seen many talented pianists from various parts of the world. This two-yearly piano competition intends on outreaching all the aspiring pianists and provides them with a platform to flaunt their skills. It is one of the outreach programs through which the musical culture and heritage is promoted within the Southern California Desert Region. The Virginia Waring International Piano Competition also extends its outreach programs to a number of schools and communities. The competition also provides with an opportunity of being nurtured as a pianist by providing the gifted and talented musicians with the chances of performing infront of live audiences, both on national and international level. The competition welcomes participants from various age groups with separate competitions staged for Junior, Intermediate and Senior pianists. Each of these three divisions has its own concerto and solo competitions; and apart from that the senior division also has Chamber Music Prize and the Ernst Krenek Prize. To give out the Ernst Krenek Prize, the Senior Division has a special segment in which the participants are required to perform the works of Krenek. The winners of that segment are then given a chance to perform in Vienna and Steyr, Austria. The finalists of the concerto competitions also get a chance to play live alongside an orchestra. Amidst all the musical excitement, the fans of classical music can really have a magical evening by witnessing the competition live with Virginia tickets.
The history of the Virginia Waring International Piano Competition can be traced all the way back to 1978 when Palm Desert California warmly welcomed the aspiring pianists from the rest of the world. Many of those talented musicians even made it as highly celebrated musicians in their own right. In the middle of all that, the true listeners of the classical music were also exposed to the live piano playing without any cost. Originally the competition merely started off as a trivial part of the much larger piano conference that was held that year at College of the Desert. Soon after the growing public interest and popularity that little segment out of the piano conference transformed in to a full-fledged Joanna Hodges International Piano Competition. This was done under the supervision of a great pianist and a music teacher, Joanna Hodges. Hodges aimed at providing the performances opportunities to the young aspiring pianists that were at most 32 years of age. As of the current format the competition has been divided up into three categories according to different age groups; and the winners are given a chance to perform live across the nation and Europe. Some of the past winners of the competition have had a chance of performing live in Denver, New York City, Palm Desert, San Francisco, Palm Springs, Rome, London and many other places as well.
The competition took its current form and name back in 2001 when the whole competition was reorganized. It was then that the competition's name was renamed to Virginia Waring International Piano Competition to pay homage to one of the most influential musicians from the Desert, Virginia Waring. Waring enjoyed a long lustrous musical career and she also toured from time to time along with her team of Gearhart and Morley. She remained to be a passionate supporting power behind the competition for several years and she still continues to be so.
At one hand winning Virginia Waring International Piano Competition happens to be aim of all the participants, while on the other hand, the fans of classic music get a chance to indulge in good quality music. So Virginia tickets will certainly provide you with unforgettable musical experience.
Virginia Tickets Prices
The average Virginia tickets will cost you $130 for the event being held on 20/06/2021 at TD Ameritrade Park, Omaha. The minimum get in price is $24 at TD Ameritrade Park.
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|2021 NCAA Baseball College World Series: Tennessee vs. Virginia - Game 3||Omaha||TD Ameritrade Park||20-Jun-21||$130||$24|
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|LUCK18 td >||3%||20-Jun-21||2021 NCAA Baseball College World Series: Tennessee vs. Virginia - Game 3|
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