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We are excited to introduce you to the First International Piano Competition for Composers of Jewish Heritage, a unique and significant event celebrating the rich musical heritage of composers with Jewish roots. This competition aims to achieve both primary and secondary goals, all centered around the belief that music is the language of peace.

Primary Goals:
1. Celebrating Jewish Musical Heritage: The competition serves as a platform to honor and showcase the extraordinary musical talents of composers with Jewish heritage. By highlighting their contributions to classical music, we aim to celebrate diversity and promote cultural understanding.

2. Fostering Cultural Exchange: Music transcends boundaries and brings people together. Through this competition, we hope to foster meaningful cultural exchange by bringing together composers, musicians, and music enthusiasts from diverse backgrounds to share their experiences, stories, and artistic expressions.

Secondary Goals:
1. Promoting Peace and Harmony: In a world often divided by conflicts and differences, music has the power to bridge divides and promote peace. By organizing this competition, we aspire to spread messages of harmony, unity, and understanding, emphasizing the universal language of music as a tool for positive change.

2. Discovering New Talent and Perspectives: The competition provides a platform for everybody to showcase their works and talents to a global audience. It offers an opportunity for participants to explore and share their unique perspectives, styles, and interpretations, enriching the musical landscape with fresh insights and creativity.

At its core, the First International Piano Competition for Composers of Jewish Heritage embodies the spirit of inclusivity, creativity, and collaboration. We invite you to join us on this inspiring journey as we celebrate music's ability to transcend boundaries and unite hearts and minds across the globe.

Thank you for your interest and support.


Landesverband der Jüdischen

Gemeinden von Niedersachsen K.d.ö.R

Bödekerstraße 11, 30161 Hannover

Jüdische Gemeinde Hannover K.d.ö.R

Haeckelstraße 10, 30173 Hannover                                                                                         

Competition Place

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