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Setting high standards and providing an international stage for young, talented pianists.
The 15th Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition came to fruition in 1974, at the initiative of Yaakov Bistritzky, after Rubinstein agreed to lend his name to the competition. Since then, every year, the piano competition has grown bigger and bigger. This year hosts 32 competitors from 16 different countries, including Israel, China, Russia, Georgia, South Korea and more. Let the soothing solo piano recitals of the first round win you over or get immersed in the chamber music, classical concertos and 'grand' concertos that make up the finals. Fall in love with ebony and ivory this spring.