2023/03 25.03-26.03 XXXIV international competition “Trumpet Talents Tallinn 2023”

Aavo Otsa Muusikastuudio

The international competition "Trumpet Talents Tallinn 2023"

The international competition “Trumpet Talents Tallinn 2023” will take place on March 25th and 26th in the recently opened Tallinn School of Music and Ballet. The competition is aimed for young trumpeters from five different age groups. Both toddlers who have recently started their trumpet journey and already experienced young trumpeters up to age of 25 are welcome to compete.
 
The jury of the competition includes internationally recognized soloists and pedagogues, from whom young people can also receive feedback after the end of the competition.
 
We thank the supporters of the competition and the festival: Cultural Endowment of Estonia, Tallinn Cultural Office.
 
Check out the terms and conditions and come and participate or listen!

International Competition "Trumpet Talents Tallinn 2023"

PROGRAMME and SCHEDULE

The competition takes place on the 25th and 26th of March at the Grand Hall of the Tallinn School of Music and Ballet. Programme is of free choice, in accordance with time limits indicated below:

 

1st to 4th age group will take place on 26th of March at the Tallinn School of Music and Ballet Concert Hall

1st Age group (9 years): 3-4 minutes    

2nd Age group: (10-11 years): 5-7 minutes

3rd Age group: (12-14 years): 8-10 minutes

4th Age group: (15-17 years): 10-12 minutes

5th age group (18-25 years): 15-20 minutes

Competition first round will take place on 25th of March and final round on 26th of March at the Tallinn School of Music and Ballet Concert Hall 

Conditions:

  • Deadline: 15. March 2023
  • Participation fee of 30€ (four younger age group) and 50€ ( 5th age group)
  • Participation fee must be transferred on the following account by the 15th of March as the latest
  • Account information:
    • IBAN: EE602200221018782924
    • Swedbank
    • Account owner: Aavo Otsa Muusikastuudio
    • Explantion: Trumpet Talents Tallinn 2023 and the name of the participant
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RULES AND REGULATIONS Trumpet Talents 2023

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Soloists and professors on previous years:

In previous years, guest professors have been Timofey Dokshitser (Moscow), internationally renowned Finnish trumpet soloist Jouko Harjanne (Helsinki), Yuri Bolshijanov (St. Petersburg), Niels-Ole Bo Johansen (Denmark), Viktor Sumerkin (St. Petersburg), former solo trumpeter of the Vienna Philharmonic and member of the Philharmonic Society Johann Gansch (Salzburg) and former solo trumpeter of the Berlin Philharmonic Konradin Groth.

 

Highlights of Trumpet Days’ 30-year history:

In 2009, the concerts of the brass quintet 5deBrass (Spain). The master course was conducted by Prof. Adan Delgado Illada (Madrid), the current solo trumpeter of the Spanish National Symphony Orchestra.

In 2010, the visiting professor was Steven Verhaert (Royal Conservatoire Artesis University College of Antwerp, Belgium).

The 2011 Trumpet Days took place in cooperation with the Youth Winds Fest, which took place within the framework of the European Capital of Culture 2011. The guest soloist was the internationally recognized trumpet virtuoso Rubn Sime Gijon (Spain).

In 2013, the visiting professors were Simo Rantanen, Adomas Kontautas, Adn Delgado Illada, Miroslav Petkov, Boris Taburetkin and Enrique Rioja.

In 2014, the guest soloists were Philipp Hutter (trumpet, Switzerland) and Frederic Belli (trombone, Germany).

In 2015, visiting professors were Enrique Rioja (Madrid), Pasi Pirinen (Helsinki), Adomas Kontautas (Vilnius) and Boris Taburetkin (St. Petersburg). Ernesto Chuli and Adn Delgado Illada performed as soloists.

In 2016, the visiting professors and jury members were Massimo Spiga (Cagliari), Adomas Kontautas (Vilnius) and Boris Taburetkin (St. Petersburg). Miroslav Petkov, Francisco Pacho Flores and Neeme Ots performed as soloists.

In 2017, visiting professors and jury members were Charlie Porter (USA), Mario Martos Nieto (Germany/Spain), Fabio Brum (Brazil), Massimo Spiga (Italy), Adomas Kontautas (Lithuania) and Boris Taburetkin (Russia).

In 2019, visiting professors and jury members were Charlie Porter (USA), Fabio Brum (Brazil), Massimo Spiga (Italy), Guang Zhu (China), Laurynas Lape (Lithuania) and Boris Taburetkin (Russia).

History of the jury chairman´s over the years

 

in 2022 with Adomas Kontautas (Lithuania)

in 2021 with Priit Rusalepp (Estonia)

in 2019 with Fabio Brum (Brazil/Spain)

in 2018 with Massimo Spiga (Italy), Adomas Kontautas (Lithuania)

in 2017 with Charlie Porter (USA)

in 2016 with Pacho Flores (Venezuela)

in 2015 with Enrique Rioja (Spain), Boris Taburetkin (Russia)

in 2014 with Boris Taburetkin (Russia), Adán Delgado Illada (Spain)

in 2013 with Enrique Rioja (Spain) and Miroslav Petkov (Bulgaria)

in 2012 with Adán Delgado Illada (Spain)

in 2011 with Simo Rantanen (Finland)

in 2010 with Steven Verhaert (Belgium)

in 2009 with Adán Delgado Illada (Spain)

in 2008 with Boris Taburetkin (Russia)

in 2007 with Bert Langeler (The Netherlands)

in 2006 with Erki Möller (Estonia)

in 2005 with Viktor Sumerkin (Russia)

in 2004 with Aabi Ausmaa (Estonia)

in 2003 with Viktor Sumerkin (Russia)

in 2002 with Johann Gansch (Austria)

in 2001 with Niels-Ole Bo Johansen (Denmark)

in 2000 with Neeme Birk (Estonia/Russia), the Young Trumpet Players Competition became the international competition “Trumpet Talents”

in 1999 with Yuri Bolshijanov (Russia)

in 1998 with Yuri Bolshijanov (Russia)

in 1997 with Yuri Bolshijanov (Russia)

in 1996 with Trevor Ford (Norway)

in 1989 with Yuri Bolshijanov (Russia)

Festival organizer:
MTÜ Aavo Otsa Muusikastuudio.

Artistic director of the Festival is Aavo Ots