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Albert Razbaum International Competition postponed to 2021
June 17-19!

The Magic Flute Center of Moscow is proud to announce:
The First International Competition dedicated to Albert Razbaum

he results of the preliminary round of the competition:

  • Chikara Sugano
  • Isabel Carmona
  • Yunsoo Kim
  • Nina Rech
  • Глушкова Анна
  • Yui Sakata
  • Merumo Suzuki
  • Владислав Прядкин
  • Анна Слепова
  • Марк Яковлев
  • Sarah Maschio
  • Michalina Barcikowska
  • Зверева Ксения
  • Крупенков Елисей
  • Морозова Софья
  • Перепелица Илья
  • Yuting Huang
  • Есакова Александра
  • Чернышов Фёдор
  • Живицкая Ульяна
  • Киселёва Арина
  • Тамбовцева Анна
  • Комарова Анна
  • Маликова Полина
  • Донской Николай
  • Морозова Дарья
  • Александра Косякова
  • Полищук Мария

Congratulations, you have passed the qualifying round!

Dear friends,
participants of the First International Razbaum Competition,
We are delighted to inform you that you have been selected to take part in the next round of the competition.
But we regret to inform you that after long consideration we have made a decision to put off the First International Razbaum Competition till the year 2021. We were looking eagerly forward to this event but health and safety of the participants as well as the jury members are our priority. Due to the global pandemic and its implications we are unable to go on with preliminary rounds and host the final round in September as planned.
The Zaryadye Concert Hall where the final round of the competition was planned to be held also alerted us to the possibility of cancellation of all live events. The competition jury members and partners of the Moscow Flute center are unanimous that hearing the candidates perform live is key to selecting the best competitors. Now we are looking forward to seeing you in Moscow in 2021. We hope that all the competitors who are selected to participate in the competition will understand our decision.
For more information and inquiries please contact us via competitionmfc@gmail.com
We shall take every opportunity to inform you on the schedule of live audition rounds.
Looking forward to seeing you,
Moscow Flute Center,
Holder and sponsor of the First Razbaum International Competition

The First International Competition dedicated to Albert Razbaum

The Magic Flute Center of Moscow is proud to announce

To be held in

Moscow Scriabin Museum,

June 17 - 18 - 1 stage
June 19 - 2 stage

Musicians aged 16 to 32 are invited to take part in the competition

According to the competition results prizes will be awarded:

  • I prize — 150,000 rub.
  • II Prize — 100,000 rub.
  • III prize — 50,000 rub.

The date to submit applications is announced in the regulation.

For your questions: competitionmfc@gmail.com

The programme:

Preliminary round (by video)

Gabriel Faure - “Fantaisie” op.79 for flute and piano

First round (Live audition)

  1. Georg Philipp Telemann - “Fantasia” for solo flute /one from 12 to be chosen/
  2. Edison Denisov - “Prelude and Aria” for Flute and Piano
  3. Philippe Gaubert — “Nocturne et Allegro Scherzando” for Flute

Second round (Live audition)

  1. choose one of the following compositions:
    • Theobald Boehm — “Fantasy sur des air eccossaise” op.25
    • Anatoli Samonov — “Sonata” for Flute and Piano
  2. W. A. Mozart — “Sonata” k304 (any edition or arrangement)
  3. Yuko Uebayashi — “Sonata” for Flute and Piano, movements 2 and 3


Albert Razbaum Bio

Albert Evgenievich Razbaum was a famous Soviet flute player who played a large role in the development of the national flute school. Having started his performing career in Leningrad after graduating from the conservatory in the class of I.F. Janus, he received the position of soloist of the Latvian Opera and Ballet Orchestra, as well as a soloist of the Radio Latvia Symphony Orchestra and soloist of the Dome Cathedral. At the same time, Razbaum taught the flute class at the Latvian Conservatory. In 1963 he became the laureate of the 1st prize of the All-Union Musical Performance Competition in Leningrad, and in 1968 he moved to Moscow to the place of soloist of the Moscow Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Rudolf Barshai. He worked in the MCO for more than forty years and in 1988 received the title of Honored Artist. Throughout his career, Albert Evgenievich Razbaum have a saturated concert activity, performed as a soloist and in an ensemble with leading musicians of the 20th century.


Philipp Jundt, Germany

Co-founder and artistic director of the Gonijam Music Festival. International soloist and professor.

Ulla Milmann, Denmark

Principal flutist of the National Danish Symphony Orchestra. Teacher at Royal Danish Academy of Music.

Denis Lupachev, Russia

Principal Flute of the Mariinsky Orchestra (St.Petersburg).

Irina Stachinskaya, Russia

International soloist.

Silvia Careddu, Italy

International soloist, Professor at the Conservatoire de Strasbourg and teacher at the Berlin Hochschule “Hanns Eisler”.

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