The enrollment at the National Piano Contest “Musica Mundi” – the contest with the most valuable prize – a Perzina piano of 4500 euro – has started!

Between 8th- 9th of June will be held the fifth edition of the National Piano Contest “Musica Mundi”, a unique contest in Romania through the size and value of the awards. The Grand Prize of the Contest is a Perzina Acoustic Upright Piano which costs 4500 euros. The prize is offered by Boem & Bol Piano House, the largest acoustic piano shop in Romania. Entries can be made until June 4th.

The competition is organized by Boem & Bol Piano House (, together with Boem Club Music School ( and will take place at Boem & Bol Piano House, Dorobanti Headquarters, Bitolia Entrance, no. 65, Sector 1, Bucharest.

The contest is addressed to students from the pre-university system (preschool, primary, gymnasium and lyceum), sections – amateur piano, complementary piano, main piano, piano 4 hands, advanced levels (by classes and years of study).

Repertoire: 2 different pieces as style, age, gender, shape, character. The maximum time allowed for preschoolers: 4 min, primary 6 min, gymnasium 10 min, high school 14 min. For the amateur piano section, complementary piano and 4-hand piano, the reductions are accepted and can be played on the score. At Main Piano section, play from memory. All participants will play without rehearsals.

Participants will be able to win prizes, diplomas and medals. The jury of the competition will be made up of piano personalities, musicians, experts in the field and piano teachers.

The National Piano Contest “Musica Mundi” aims to support the musical development in Romania and the piano study, encouraging as many children and young people to deepen the piano mystery. Being a complex harmonic instrument, the study of the piano requires young interpreters to study intensely, consistently, patiently and willingly, while at the same time developing their cognitive, sensory-motor and creative artistic abilities.

“We aim to reward the pianistic talents in Romania, the most talented children from music schools and high schools, which study the piano for performance or pleasure,” said Claudia ATANASOAE, director of the Boem & Bol Piano House.

The previous edition of the National Piano Contest Musica Mundi, gathered during the 3 days of the competition over 200 children and young people studying the piano and a record amount of the prizes: 8000 euros.

For more details and registrations:; Phone: 0785 442 284