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3RD NANYANG

INTERNATIONAL

MUSIC

COMPETITION

2021

WESTERN & CHINESE MUSIC DIVISIONS

13 - 19 JULY 2021

WESTERN MUSIC DIVISION VIRTUAL & LIVE

 

19 - 25 JULY 2021

CHINESE MUSIC DIVISION VIRTUAL

 

NANYANG ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS 

SINGAPORE

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

13 July - All results will be announced on 18 July 2021. 

14 July - Announcing the 3rd NIMC 2021 Finalists for all categories.


16 July - For NIMC 2021 Finals YouTube Live Streaming.

17 July - Chinese Music Division winners will be showcased on 25 July, 8.30pm. YouTube | Youku

18 July - Chinese Music Division virtual competition broadcast will commence on 19 July. Follow our 
南洋国际音乐大赛 and 南艺华乐 FaceBook for the live broadcast.

Grand Piano

"We have been inspired to create a community for budding musicians and young professionals to make music within a diverse cultural environment and to present their craft to an appreciative audience and jury."

 

Dr. Ernest Lim, Dean, NAFA School of Music

VIRTUAL & LIVE COMPETITION 

You can choose to participate by submitting your latest recorded performance videos for virtual competition or live at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts School of Music!

PRIZES

More than SGD20,000 cash prizes to be won at #NIMC2021 with performance opportunities at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts , School of Music, including special prizes sponsored by Synwin Music, Shao Jun Violin Shop, Goh Soon Tioe Centenary Fund Cello Prize and a special bow prize by Singapore archetier, Paul Goh.

Participants joining virtual competition can stand to win a 3 day 2 night travel package to Singapore to perform!

QUESTIONS

We have prepared a list of commonly asked questions and answers with regard to the competition at the FAQ section and if still unsure, contact us!

HOW TO JOIN THE

#NIMC 2021 COMPETITION?

Head to the flowcharts to find out how to apply for  

#NIMC 2021 Live Competition or #NIMC 2021 Virtual Competition

"... the hall was electrified with the energy of music making, sharing music with others..."

Dina Parakhina, Piano Professor, Royal College of Music London.

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