Celebrating the upcoming 150th Anniversary
Founded in 2017, Triumph Music Festival provides an unforgettable experience for the performing artists and the audience in a stunning Academy of Music Ballroom. The Academy of Music is one of many musicians’ favorite places in all of the USA, and it is home of the Philadelphia Orchestra, where a composer and pianist S. Rachmaninoff performed his works.
Our upcoming festivals of 2022 and 2023 are dedicated to the 150th anniversary of Sergei Rachmaninoff. Mostly Rachmaninoff's works will be performed by our world-class guest artists during the festival day. The winners of both the Triumph Music Festival and other international competitions will be sharing the stage along with Philadelphia Orchestra members, students of Curtis Institute of Music and New England Conservatory.
Apply today for our Fall Festival!
Winners Gala Concert: Saturday, September 24, 2022
Location: Academy of Music Ballroom
Kimmel Cultural Campus
240 S Broad St,
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Application deadline for
General Triumph Music Festival:
August 20, 2022
To apply please go to the
General Triumph Music Festival page
Online Edition: Participants from all of the world can compete virtually without attending gala concert. Winners will receive their diplomas by mail.
Video audition deadline: August 20, 2022
New this year!
Concerto, chamber music and piano duet competitions will take place at the Academy of Music Ballroom on the same date (September 24, 2022) during the Triumph Music Festival.
Participants will perform one music selection no longer than 10 min. during a live performance in front of an audience.
Online Edition: Participants from all of the world can compete virtually for this competition. For online participation, please, submit a high quality video with your application before August 20, 2022.
The Triumph Music Festival is an exclusive educational and performing event with a unique opportunity for the winners to participate at the Gala Concert held at the historic Academy of Music Ballroom in Philadelphia.
The mission of the Festival is to provide an extraordinary performance opportunity for young musicians, and to support growing artists with professional evaluation and guidance of our panel of judges, international guest artists, and outstanding teachers.
The historic city of Philadelphia is a home of the oldest grand opera house in the United States, which was opened in 1857. Since then, many prolific musicians have graced Academy of Music with their presence and historic performances, including Peter Tchaikovsky, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Igor Stravinsky, Arthur Rubinstein, Vladimir Horowitz, Enrico Caruso, and others.
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