Coimbra World Piano Meeting
Late applications after the deadline, when accepted, will suffer an increase of 10% on the course and competition fees.
Application will only be considered definitive as soon as the course fees are confirmed in our bank account.
The lessons will begin on the morning of Saturday 1st February and will end on Saturday 8th February 2020. Students are encouraged to arrive on Friday 31st January and leave on Sunday 9th February to make the most out of the festival.
Conditions of participation
Travel costs, as well as visa and health insurance arrangements are the responsability of the students.
Triple room 25 Euros/night/person
Double room 32,50 Euros/night/person
Single room 60 Euros/night
Fares include buffet breakfast.
There is limited number of rooms and priority will be given to the first applications.
Tap air portugal discounts
Arriving in Coimbra
The promoter of the event will organize a Bus from Lisbon Airport to Coimbra, on the 31st January, departing at 18.30. On the 9th February a bus will be organized to take participants from Coimbra to the Airport of Lisbon, arriving before 11.30 in the airport. The organization may not be held responsible for any delay in arriving to the airport as a result of an unavoidable accident or Act of God. Limited seats available, atributed by order of reservation.
Participants taking the Bus should pay a fee of 15 euros (one way).
Concerts and Competition
During the festival, several concerts will take place in major halls and historical sites. The professors of the festival will select the students who will partipate in these official concerts. Some concerts may be live recorded. By participating in the Concerts and Competition, the candidates cede to the Organization the right to record and broadcast in internet their performances. For the most relevant concerts, an audition might be organized. (note: students will not be offered remuneration for their participation in these concerts).
Apart from the regular concerts, a Piano Competition will take place in order to allow the best student(s) to perform with a professional orchestra.
For more information concerning rules and prizes, please check the page “International Piano Prizes”.
Students willing to take part in the competition must pay a 95€ fee, on top of the masterclasses fees.
During the mornings and early afternoon, several grand and upright pianos will be available for students to practice. A schedule for practicing will be organized, the amount of hours per student will depend on the number of enrolled students.
Each student will receive 3 lessons. Students may also apply to have 5 lessons (optional), should this be their intention. It might is possible to make lessons with more than one professor. All the lessons are open to active and passive students for listening. In principle student’s first choices for professors will be respected, subject to the schedule availability of the latter.
The lesson rooms are all equipped with half or grand pianos in very good condition.
Registration Fee: 190€* (per person, active participants and listeners)
Tuition Fees: 3 lessons soloists 375,15€* (305€ + 23% VAT)
5 lessons soloists 624,84€* (508€ + 23% VAT)
3 lessons duo 658,05€* (535€ + 23% VAT)
5 lessons duo 1100,85€* (895€ + 23% VAT)
Figueira da Foz International Prize 2020: 95€* competition fee, on top of the masterclass fee (both active and passive students may participate in the competition).
Coimbra World Piano Duo Competition 2019: 95€* competition fee, on top of the masterclass fee (both active and passive students may participate in the competition).
*VAT 23% included
Registration fee will not be returned under any condition. Costs of the transaction must be assumed by the applicant.
Tuition and registration fees must be transfered to the following account:
IBAN : PT50 0033 0000 45464230189 05
Swift Code: BCOMPTPL
Account holder: A2DV ACAD INT M AQUILES DELLE VIGNE LDA
Calçada de S. Sebastião, 15, Lote 3, 3.º L
Bank: Millennium BCP Branch: Coimbra Montes Claros Bank address: Praça Machado de Assis, 7 a 9, Celas