The New York Music Competition for Young Artists invites talented young musicians skilled in piano, violin, or cello to display their musical talent. This event provides musicians the opportunity to discover their musical potential and work towards their future career plans.
First and second place winners perform at the 268-seat Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, an intimate space that is renown worldwide as a premiere concert venue presenting more than 180 concerts each year.
Over the past 19 years, over 1,761 children and youth ages 5-18 have participated in this event. As a result of the training, experience, and recruitment of talent, a total of 701 winners have made or are making their careers in music. Proud to be a sponsor for young talents, the YWCA of Queens Music Committee continues to work hard to increase the level of success and talent in the competition year after year and intends to gather more support from sponsors throughout the community.
The 2017 competition schedule will be from April 10-13, 2017 (Monday-Thursday) at the YWCA of Queens: 42-07 Parsons Boulevard, Flushing NY 11355
Monday (4/10): Piano Final
Tuesday (4/11): Piano Final
Wednesday (4/12): Violin
Thursday (4/13): Cello
* For Composition Applicants: There will be no performance dates. Compositions will be evaluated separately from the above schedule.
The 20 NYMC Deadline Extension Announcement
The deadline for the New York Music Competition has been extended to 3/27/17 (Monday).
All materials must be post marked on or before 3/27/2017.
If you have problem to submit application online, please send us offline application via email.
For more information, please send us email or call 718-353-4553 ext.27.
How to Register
- Online Register or
- Download the 2017 APPLICATION FORM, BROCHURE FRONT and BROCHURE BACK and submit in person to the YWCA or by mail in one envelope to:
YWCA of Queens / ATTN: Yoon Hee Son / 42-07 Parsons Blvd. / Flushing, NY 11355
Grand Prize: $500 & YWCA Recital
1st Place Categories C/D: $300 & plaque
1st Place Categories A/B: $100 & plaque
*1st and 2nd place winners performance at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall
(excluding A1 category violin winners)