The 2017 Classical Fest Itinerary has arrived! We look forward to hearing the many wonderfully prepared participants during the Classical Viennese Festival this Sunday, February 19. Whether you will participate
A few brief details about upcoming festivals of note.
Due to inclement weather in the Seattle area earlier in the week, the deadline for the Classical Viennese Festival has been postponed
The deadline approaches for the 2017 Classical Viennese Festival. This is a chance for pianists and violinists to be decorated for sonatas, sonatinas, and variations by Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn, and
Rules, awards, and applications have been updated for the upcoming 2017 Seattle International Piano Competition in October. Part of the bi-annual festival, the SIPF encourages pianists of all
We congratulate the hard-working pianists and violinists that took part in yesterday’s Bach Festival, and acknowledge with respect the support system behind their preparation that made it possible:
This Sunday, October 9, the seventh annual Bach Festival organized by the Seattle International Piano Festival is set to go. With over 175 pianists and violinists locally and
We discovered a glitch in our administrative time settings, causing the Bach application to go down early. We have fixed this, and the form will continue to be
The SIPF is happy to release the dates of its three NW Festivals for the 2016-17 season. More detail for each may be found on the events page.
2016 Bach Festival
The SIPF thanks Dr. Laura Jeon and Mr. Samuel Byun for organizing and running the 2016 Virtuoso Festival. We also thank our two wonderful adjudicators, Dr. Natalya Ageyeva
The Virtuoso Festival Itinerary is up online. All participants, teachers, families, and friends can check the itinerary here. We ask all attendees to read the information, rules, and