The programme of outreach activities during the Menuhin Competition Geneva 2018 is announced!
Staying true to the philosophy of its founder, Yehudi Menuhin, the Menuhin Competition looks to inspire the next generation of violinists by allowing them to share their passion and encouraging them to become well-rounded musicians in today’s world.
All competitors remain in Geneva for the whole period of the Competition and and are encouraged take part in events created especially for them, participating in a unique programme of cultural exchange.
Many of the young musicians will take part in activities varying from visiting luthiers, participating in masterclasses with members of the jury and performing at the University Hospital of Geneva to being introduced to electronic music, visiting nine different primary school classes across Geneva to introduce the students to the violin and attending the series of pre-concert talks and film screenings.
To find out all about the public activities that will be on offer please click here.