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08.01.11
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Of Piano Competitions and Trampolines
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07.29.11
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A Pianist’s Pensive and Fanciful Sides
The New York Times
07.06.11
Daniil Trifonov, International Tchaikovsky Competition
DANIIL TRIFONOV WINS GRAND PRIX AT XIV INTERNATIONAL TCHAIKOVSKY COMPETITION
07.04.11
Daniil Trifonov, International Tchaikovsky Competition
The titanic Tchaikovsky test
The Times
06.23.11
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Tchaikovsky Competition: Why Listen?
AllPiano
06.21.11
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XIV International Tchaikovsky Competition Live from Russia Now Through July 2
01.03.11
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Tchaikovsky Competition winners: career guaranteed
The Voice of Russia
11.19.10
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Britain needs a go-getter like Valery Gergiev
The Times (UK)
11.05.10
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JURIES ANNOUNCED FOR THE 2011 TCHAIKOVSKY COMPETITION
11.05.10
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Record number of international applicants denotes International Tchaikovsky Competition’s ongoing renaissance and reflects epoch under new management
International Tchaikovsky Competition
09.03.10
International Tchaikovsky Competition
Tchaikovsky 2011 laureates to be managed worldwide by leading artist agencies
International Tchaikovsky Competition
07.26.10
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As Tchaikovsky Competition Approaches
The Voice of Russia
07.21.10
International Tchaikovsky Competition
Russian cities to host contest
The Columbus Dispatch
07.19.10
International Tchaikovsky Competition
TCHAIKOVSKY COMPETITION TO BE SHARED BETWEEN RUSSIA'S TWO CULTURAL CAPITALS
From the International Tchaikovsky Competition
07.07.10
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Half of the Tchaikovsky Competition to be held in St. Petersburg
The Moscow News
06.30.10
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Next Tchaikovsky competition: a tale of two cities
The Voice of Russia
06.25.10
International Tchaikovsky Competition
Tchaikovsky Competition offers daily webcasting
The Voice of Russia
04.28.10
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Maestro Gergiev set to bolster Tchaikovsky competition prestige
Moscow Times
01.31.10
International Tchaikovsky Competition
Russia relaunches Tchaikovsky Competition
International Piano
01.29.10
International Tchaikovsky Competition
Rodzinski to Revive Tchaikovsky Competition
Moscow Times
01.13.10
International Tchaikovsky Competition
Major changes at Tchaikovsky competition
Classical Music Magazine
The Tchaikovsky. Even to the general public, the name rings loudly with history and tradition, of ­virtuosity and artistry.  From its inception during the depths of the Cold War the Tchaikovsky Competition cut across all ­barriers and conflicts and signaled international consensus on the highest values of classical music ­performance.    

For the last half century, this famed competition has accurately anointed many of the greatest classical musicians and its brightest stars.   At first a competition for piano and violin, the Tchaikovsky subsequently added cello and vocal prizes.  Beginning with the first competition in 1958, the Tchaikovsky’s choice of Van Cliburn was front page news world-wide and the Tchaikovsky has gone on to recognize the talents and launch the careers of such luminaries as pianists Vladimir Ashkenazy, Grigory Sokolov and Barry Douglas, violinists Gidon Kremer, Viktor Tretiakov and Viktoria Mullova, cellists Antonio Meneses and Johannes Moser, and vocalists as disparate as Vladmir Atlantov and Deborah Voigt. 

The 2011 XIVth Tchaikovsky Competition has been totally re-conceived and re-constructed by one of the world’s leading conductors,  Valery Gergiev, Artistic Director of the Mariinsky Theater and Chief Conductor of the London Symphony.

Opus 3 Artists is proud to represent the XIVth Tchaikovsky Competition and to be able to offer North and South ­American presenters and orchestras the debut performances by the Tchaikovsky’s Gold Medalists.  ... read full bio