The Malaysia regional round of the 20th Osaka International Music Competition concluded this year to much delight. We are looking forward to
seeing you all again next year in 2020!. The spirit of this
competition is to find fine artists from all around the world and offer opportunities for them to compete in an international platform. The competition is dedicated to promoting arts and
culture under the banner of world peace and mutual understanding. The competition is open to all nationalities.
PASSED PARTICIPANTS (KL & PEN): VG1(Silver), IB1, SU2, SU3, MS2, SE1(Bronze), SE3, SE6, SE7, SE9, SE10(Gold), SE15(Trophy), SE20, SJ2, SJ4, SJ5, SH6, PE1, PE8, PE10, PE14(Gold), PE15, PH1(Silver), PJ1, PJ4(Bronze), PJ3, PJ5, SE21, SE22, IA2, J1, J2, SU4, SU5, MJ4, MS3, VH1, PE18, PJ8, HJ1.
Passed contestants are eligible to enter for the Final Round at http://www.osakaimc.com/en/index.html however, we will notify to all above participants via email once we confirm with the HQ by this week. We will email all the contestants the participation e-certificates after the Penang round. In a few weeks time, we will upload the photos. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Both Penang and Kuala Lumpur Round should be applied through online application in this website. Please do not forget to select the Entry Region while filling out the online form.
Please choose from the following three sections for the entry.
Multiple entries are welcome.
Click HERE for Application process.
Click HERE for Syllabus Download (.pdf)
Should you require an accompanist, please click HERE.
Penang Regional Round:10th August(Competition & Juries' Concert on the same day). Loh Guan Lye Specialist Floor 10, 238 Jalan Macalister, George Town
Kuala Lumpur Regional Round: 3rd & 4th August, 2019 For All Sections at The Gardens Theatre, lvl 6 The Gardens Mall (Robinson Side).
Application Deadline: 15th July, 2019.
This first section is the open category for Piano, Vocal, String, and Woodwind players. Click the image above for more information.
The second section here is for Solo recital, Four hands, Folk Instruments, Concerto Audition and Ensemble groups who seek for artistic perfections.
Section three is for Youth & Amateurs (non-music majors/music professionals) from young to elderly, who are passionate in expressing their own unique music.