Applications are open to Longwood Garden 2023 International Organ Competition.

Organs b $ 40,000 First Prize June 20-24, 2023

Kenneth Kare, PA, June 1, 2022 (PRNewswire) – Longwood Guards announced today that it is accepting applications for the 2023 International Organ Competition. $ 40,000 First place prize, the biggest cash prize of the world’s bodybuilding competition. The first and final rounds will be held June 20–24, 2023 In the magnificent dance hall near Longwood Gardens PhiladelphiaPennsylvania

Applications are available at Open to 18-30 year olds, only first 60 applicants will be accepted. Application deadline. November 72022.

Longwood Organ is one of the largest concert parties in the world with 146 stages and 10,010 pipes. A.D. After a seven-year renovation in 2011, the body returned to its original state in 1930 and incorporates the latest technology.

Peter Conte, Chief Organizer of Longwood Gardens and Grand Court Organizer by Wammer Organ Masi In Philadelphia; Helmut DeutschProfessor of State Music and Arts in Stuttgart German Organ; Simon JohnsonMaster of Music at Westminster Cathedral UK; Rachel LaurenCanadian organist and accomplished composer; Thomas HospitalThe Great Organ Titulayer at St. Eustachi Church Paris; And Shin-Yang LeeSouth Korea Concert Organization.

The winner of the Longwood Gardens International Organ Contest will be welcomed $ 40,000 Pierre S. du Pont’s first prize, a contract with Philp Trackbruck concert artists and a 2024 performance at Longwood. Second place receives Firmin Swinnen $ 15,000 Receives prize and third place Clarence Snyder $ 5,000 Reward. The competition also offers an audience choice award $ 1,000 And The AGO Philadelphia Chapter Award $ 1,000. Competition travel and accommodation will be provided by Longwood Gardens. Longwood Gardens is a member of the World Music Competition.

Past competition winners include Benjamin Shin (UK), Joshua Stafford(America), And Sebastian Handle (Germany).

About Longwood Gardens
Longwood Gardens is one of the largest gardens in the world, with over 1,100 hectares of gardens, wooded areas, meadows, waterfalls and a large conservatory. Longwood continues the mission of its founder, Pierre S. du Ponti, to inspire people in the fields of horticulture, horticulture, education and the arts. Visit for more information.

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