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Cleveland International Piano Competition & Festival

Cleveland International Piano Competition, established in 1974, is a four-year cycle, alternating every two years with CIPC for Young Artists and an international competition for pianists aged 12 to 17. 

Audiences experience the best of the best and the First Prize winner takes home an award of $75,000, a Carnegie Hall recital debut, a recording on the Steinway & Sons label, and the launch of a U.S. concert career.

The organization also presents a year-long concert series in competition off years.

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Cleveland International Piano Competition & Festival

20600 Chagrin Boulevard, Suite 1110
Shaker Heights, OH 44122
United States