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The following opportunities are open to students of the Lucerne School of Music.
Students might find it interesting to view the opportunities open to them from the following foundations/patrons (the list is not exhaustive; please contact the institutions for details):
• Dr med Leslie B. Hadfy Foundation
• Friedl Wald Foundation
• Hirschmann Foundation
• Ida and Albert Flersheim Foundation
• Imanuel and Evamaria Schenk Foundation
• Maria and Walter Strebi-Erni Foundation
• Prix Credit Suisse Jeunes Solistes
• Rosa Steffen-Mörgeli Foundation
• Stiftung für junge Musiktalente Meggen
The Akademieverein Luzern has been offering this biennial prize since 2009 to students of the Lucerne School of Music.
The prize commemorates the work of Prof Alois Koch, PhD long-serving Director and President of the Akademie für Schul- und Kirchenmusik Luzern and the Musikhochschule Luzern/Lucerne School of Music.
Visit www.akademieverein.ch for further information.
This foundation prize can be awarded for outstanding piano accompanying.
Contact the Foundation for details of the terms and conditions.
In commemoration of Edwin Fischer (1886 – 1960), the Lucerne School of Music and the Konservatoriumsverein Dreilinden Luzern have joined forces with the Edwin Fischer Foundation to organise a competition.
his takes place on an annual basis and is open to the School's master’s degree students studying Classical Music.
Zurich-born pharmacist Hella Siegrist was a devotee of the playing of pianist Andrei Gavrilov, who lived in Lucerne from time to time. In her will, she bequeathed her assets to the Lucerne School of Music Foundation with the stipulation that they should be used to support highly talented pianists.
Every year three excellent piano students studying classical or jazz piano are picked to receive financial support. The fund manager is able to provide the following assistance: contributions towards the education of students at the Lucerne School of Music; funding for competitions, concerts and other events (financial support or deficit guarantees); prizes; support for projects that serve to train young pianists; grants and tuition fee reductions; support for living expenses, etc.
The next audition will take place on Friday, 2nd September 2016.
The «Philip Jones Brass Prize» honors students of the Lucerne School of Music in the field of brass instruments, who distinguish themselves either through outstanding interpretations or through extraordinary projects committed to the promotion of young talents.
The competition is public.
Information and competition announcement 2018
The Lucerne School of Music International Jazz Piano Competition offers young piano students from all over the word to present their talents in a public concert at the Langnau Jazz Nights. Entitled to participate are students who are matriculated in Switzerland or abroad.
Regulations for the competition 2018