Toulouse International Organ Competition

October 18, 2021
Winners of the 13th Toulouse International Organ Competition (photo credit: Jean-Marc Aspe)
Winners of the 13th Toulouse International Organ Competition (photo credit: Jean-Marc Aspe)

The 13th Toulouse International Organ Competition held its final round of performances on October 8 in Toulouse, France. For this competition, contestants chose the organ on which they wanted to perform. A €4,000 prize with concert engagements was presented to each winner.

Quentin du Verdier is the winner of the Baroque organ category, performing in the church of Saint-Pierre des Chartreux. The winner of the symphonic organ category and the audience prize in this category is Gabriele Agrimonti, performing at the Basilica of Saint-Sernin. The winner of the twentieth-century organ category and the audience prize in this category is Adam Tabajdi, performing in the Dominican convent.
The jury included Michel Bouvard, Jan Willem Jansen, Bernard Foccroulle, Maurizio Croci, Isabelle Demers, and Sarah Kim.

For information: toulouse-les-orgues.org

 

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