Dear participants,

Please note, due to Covid-19, the Organizing committee made decision that the International Instrumental music Competition JSFest will be held both live and online this year (26-29.11.2021).



Date of Competition: November 26 to November 29, 2021.

The competition shall be held remotely, in the absence of contestants.

For all participants the online competition shall be held in one round.

Deadline for applications is October 1, 2021.

The application form can be found on the website

Applications are to be sent by email to .

 After receiving an application from a contestant, he will get a personal registration number (the registration number will be send with invoice)

Please, note: Separate application for each nomination!


The Participation in the Competition is possible only in the First Round (requirements as for the First round).  


The participants, who are going to take part in the competition, must send to the Organizing Committee via e-mail the following documents before October 15th:

  • a photograph of the contestant

  • a photocopy of passport or birth certificate

  • videomaterial (YouTube links or MP4 files via WeTransfer)

Technical requirements: recorded works must be presented in separate files. Each file must also be named (the registration number and the name of each particular work). For example (participant registration number-15):

15. 1-J. Sibelius, Valse Triste

15. 2-A. Glazunov, Song of the minestrel

and etc., by the number of works of the declared competition program.

Registration fee and participation payment:

Application registration: 30 €. Should the applicant cancel his participation, this amount is not refundable.
Cost of participation: €70 / soloist, € 110 / duo, € 130 / trio and € 140 / quartet, €160 quintet.

Ensembles starting from five peoples pay € 200.


 The registration fee and the participation payment must be effected before October 10, 2021

A scanned copy of confirmation of payment for application registration must be sent to e-mail address:



The jury of Jean Sibelius Competition consists of internationally recognized professional musicians and teachers.



Participants are evaluated in each nomination and age group separately: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th places shall be awarded a diploma of I, II, III, IV, V and VI degrees in each age group. It may be possible that some special diplomas will be granted.


The competition results will be published on the website on November 30, 2021.

The Organizing Committee send participants diplomas by e-mail from 2 to 7 of December 2021.


Please, ask us for more information by email:


Best regards,
Svetlana Myhkyrä,
the president of the International Cultural association of Turku (Finland)
Kari Tukia,
the chairman Organizing committee