Welcome to American Protégé
American Protégé is designed for young musicians, actors, singers and dancers on the path to a successful career. We invite all talented youth to demonstrate their potential during American Protégé 2012-2013 Season. A new season's program has been announced and will offer a number of competitions, including new ones, where the participants will have an opportunity to showcase their unique talents.
The American Protégé International Competition of Romantic Music 2012, International Piano and Strings Competition 2013, International Concerto Competition 2013, Flute Competition 2013, International Vocal Competition and International Music Talent Competition 2013 were a great success with 17 concerts at Carnegie Hall.
We continue to grow and in 2012-2013 our Competitions attracted the largest number of very competitive applicants on record. They hail from every corner of the world including various parts of the U.S., Puerto Rico, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Bulgaria, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Lithuania, Israel, Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbajan, Uzbekistan, Japan, China, Korea, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, Philippines, Australia and Costa Rica.
American Protégé is advancing the careers of our participants and winners as well as promoting their talents. The program seeks to encourage more young musicians to perform and grow. We believe the program offers many benefits to participants and helps to build their confidence and realize their dreams. Being introduced to new audiences on stage in New York City, one of the world’s grandest performance venues, participants can expect to have a memorable experience.
Our success and reputation as one of the best competitions can be attributed to several factors including highly qualified and acclaimed judges with strong musical backgrounds, friendly staff, a renowned recital stage and, foremost, elite participants from all over the world.
From CBC News, Canada: "
From CBC News, Canada:
"On March 17, 2013, ... Ryan Wang performed at New York's famous Carnegie Hall, as part of a show by American Protégé - an organization that strives to encourage young musicians... He finished second at the American Protégé Piano and Strings International Competition. We thought you'd like to see his performance, so check out the video on the right of Ryan playing Variations on a Russian Theme...."
Our Organizational Committee is extremely grateful to all the music schools and conservatories, where the participants acquire their music knowledge and receive careful nurturing. We would also like to thank the music teachers whose dedication has been indispensable in creating a strong and solid music foundation for the young artists.