Russian-American History Month

in New York State (April 2021)

The Second G. Gershwin International Music Competition 2015

April 27-May 3, Our Lady of Lebanon Moranite Cathedral (Brooklyn)

scp_nyc_logo_210x35Presented by the Shostakovich Cultural Program Inc

Featuring local and international starts in Pino, Voice, Winds, and String
from 18 States in the US and 32 countries.

lebanon4The G. Gershwin International Music Competition is a truly unique musical event, organized on a large-scale international level. This year there 10 participants coming from Russian Federation.

The World’s Best musicians will compete in 2 exciting rounds for the substantial prize fund. The prestigious Jury is comprised of internationally acclaimed musicians from 5 of the World’s Continents: North America, Europe, South America, Asia, and Africa.

The mission of the G. Gershwin Brooklyn International Competition is to encourage and support excellence in the performance of classical music by promoting the great Art of George Gershwin.

Our Lady of Lebanon Moranite Cathedral
113 Remsen St, Brooklyn, NY 11201


Admission: General – $20  / Senior Citizens and Students – $10

Music Styles: Classical, Jazz, pop music.
Instrumental Categories: Piano, Strings, Winds, Voice.

The prestigious Board includes: Yo-Yo Ma, Richard Glazier, David Dubal, Albert Markov and Itzhak Perelman.

Over 2,000 audience members are expected to be in attendance.

The event will be Broadcasted online in real time.

Here are the Finalists representing California at the competition:

Here are the Finalists from various Countries:

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