It’s time for GIVE MUSIC A FUTURE! EMCY in collaboration with Ecole de musique de l'Union Grand-Duc Adolphe (UGDA Music School) and Juventudes Musicales de España (JM Spain) is offering you “Première!”

To stimulate the inclusion of contemporary compositions in the repertoire of youth music competitions, this European premiere will feature the work of a young European composer awarded at the 36th Young Composers Competition, Elena Rykova. She will work with a prize winner saxophone quartet. They will open the Luxembourgish Concours ''Luxembourgeois pour Jeunes Solistes & European Competition for Young Soloists'' and then they will perform 3 concerts in Spain.

Kebyart Ensemble (Pere Méndez, soprano saxophone; Víctor Serra, alto saxophone; Robert Seara, tenor saxophone and Daniel Miguel, baritone saxophone), winner of the 2015 “Concurso Permanente de Jóvenes Intérpretes” will perform Elena Rykova contemporary compositions also in 2 concerts in Luxembourg, on November 10th and 12th.

The ensemble will be joined by previous laureates of the “Concours Luxembourgeois et Européen pour Jeunes Solistes”, including Laetitia Shi (2016), piano, Yanis Grisó (2015), violin and Nick Engel (2016), bass trombone.


Concert Information

Friday 10th November at 12h30

Église Protestante de Luxembourg-Ville

5, rue de la Congrégation, L-1352 Luxembourg

Sunday 12th November at 18h00

Conservatoire de la Ville de Luxembourg

33, rue Charles Martel, L-2134 Luxembourg

Friday 24th November
Malaga, Spain
INTER-NATIONAL net_works+ Conference for National Competitions

9th December, Moiá (Catalonia)

Venue: Auditori de Sant Josep, 20h00

17th December, La Bisbal d'Empordà (Catalonia)

Venue: Teatre Mundial, 19h00

GIVE MUSIC A FUTURE is a cooperation project co-funded by the culture programme Creative Europe of the European Union. It counts 8 partners of 7 different countries: United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Turkey, Lithuania, Spain, Luxemburg and Germany. GIVE MUSIC A FUTURE will promote young European musicians with performances in 7 countries, providing them essential skills to engage with different audiences all over Europe. They will leave the concert halls and take the music to places where you and I meet. GIVE MUSIC A FUTURE will turn youth music competitions into an interactive experience of art.

For more information check GIVE MUSIC A FUTURE project.




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