Breguet: Unveiling The 2015 Music Festival With The Geneva International Music Competition

Swiss watch brand Breguet has always been active in the field of art and culture, and has a long history of association with classical music. As a result, Breguet naturally became the main sponsor of the Geneva International Music Competition in 2002. On September 22, 2015, Breguet and the Geneva International Music Competition held a press conference in the Cite du Temps (Address: Pont de la Machine 1) to unveil the 70th Geneva International Music Competition plan.

Breguet and the Geneva International Music Competition hold a press conference in Cite du Temps

   Together, Breguet has witnessed the maturity of the Geneva International Music Competition and has become a benchmark in the industry. In 2015, with the support of Breguet, the competition will select a young composer from the four finalists competing for the composition award to help them realize their musical dreams.
   During the competition, classical music enthusiasts will experience or revisit the past winners at the Laureates Festival. 14 concerts were wonderfully matched, and more than 30 previous winners gathered in Geneva to perform. At that time, the talented flute player Adriana Ferreira will officially debut with her first recorded album, which she won after winning the Coup de Cmur Breguet Prize in 2014. Honor. The closing concert of the 70th Geneva International Music Competition will end with this exciting moment. The closing concert will be screened on November 15, 2015 at the Theatre des Forces Motrices (Address: Place des Volontaires 2).

2014 ‘Breguet’s Love’ winner-flute player Adriana Ferreira
   The next winner of the ‘Breakfast of Love’ award will be selected from the shortlisted artists of the 71st Geneva International Music Competition Vocal and String Quartet Competition. This year, Breguet will sponsor a live performance CD of 17 pianists who have won the top three since 2001. Breguet will also sponsor an Asian tour concert led by the three winners of the 2014 Geneva International Music Competition: Wen Ji Young (Ji-Yeong Mun, South Korea, First Prize), and Palavi Massi Dara (Pallavi Mahidhara, USA, 2nd Prize) and Kim Hongji (Honggi Kim, 3rd Prize), who will be in Taipei, Shanghai, Singapore, Seoul and Tokyo from December 2016 to January 2017 An extraordinary audiovisual feast.