October 30th - November 4th, 2023
New York City
790 11TH AVENUE, NEW YORK, NY 10019
Klavierhaus was founded in 1993 by Gabor and Sujatri Reisinger in New York City.
The brothers became known in professional circles for their high quality craftsmanship and their collaborative approach to creating instruments according to the individual needs of artists.
As a result, their efforts have earned international acclaim from world-class performers as well as students, teachers, and music aficionados across all genres.
For the last 30 years, many of the world’s most important pianists have worked with Klavierhaus and performed on their pianos.
The list includes Richard Goode, Sir Andras Schiff, Angela Hewitt, Garrick Ohlsson, Herbie Hancock, Simone Dinnerstein, Yuja Wang, Geri Allen, Gyorgy Kurtag, Frank Kimbrough, Jeremy Denk and others.
Klavierhaus’ concert pianos have appeared on stage at venues such as Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, the White House, Library of Congress, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and have been included in the Yale Collection of Musical Instruments.
Canada / Peru
Canada / USA
Yang (Jack) Gao
Yinuo (Wynona) Wang
Russia / Israel
UK / South Africa
Sahun (Sam) Hong
USA / Canada
USA / Taiwan
Final Round Only
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The Walter W. Naumburg Foundation is proud to announce the
2023 International Piano Competition.
Information on the competition will be posted to this page when it is available.
Application Due Date
No later than Monday, August 28th, 2023
Oct 30th - Nov 1st 2023
Thursday, Nov 2nd 2023
Saturday, Nov 4th 2023
Prizes for the competition are below:
First Prize: $25,000; 2 fully subsidized New York recitals; a commissioned work
Second Prize: $15,000
Third Prize: $10,000
Application information such as prescreening repertoire and program requirements
will be posted here when it is available.
$125 application fee will be required.
The Naumburg Foundation is not responsible for VISAS for musicians who reside abroad.
This competition is open to pianists of every nationality.