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STARS OF THE ALBION. GRAND PRIX 2020

7th INTERNATIONAL PERFORMING ARTS FESTIVAL & COMPETITION 

MUSIC, DANCE, VISUAL ARTS
28 February - 1 March 2020, London, United Kingdom

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3rd INTERNATIONAL PERFORMING ARTS SCHOOL

         A WORLD OF NEW TALENTS. LONDON, UK.       

MUSIC, ACTING, DANCE
17 - 19 December 2019 

Applications deadline: 1 October 2019  

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STARS OF THE ALBION. GRAND PRIX 2020.

INTERNATIONAL PERFORMING ARTS FESTIVAL & COMPETITION. LONDON, UK
“Discovering New Talents World” The Business Courier, UK

Applications deadline:
closed now
Dates of the Grand Final in London:
28 February - 1 March 2020


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Dear Friends,
     “Stars of the Albion” international performing arts festival & competition is the annual event held in prestigious concert venues across London. It is a three-day programme consisting of a variety of events including concerts, exhibitions, workshops and the competition itself as a central focus point. The event will be attended by famous artists, celebrities and international performers. 
     "Stars of the Albion" is a unique multicultural project that joins musicians, dancers and artists from across the world and provides valuable opportunities for young emerging artists to showcase their talent as well as to enhance technical and performance skills, to establish and develop their career.  
     The project is organised by Musica Nova Productions Agency & Academy under the Patronage of the World Association of Performing Arts (WAPA) and is promoted by Stars of the Albion Ltd Foundation with support of the Russian Cultural Centre | Rossotrudnichestvo in the United Kingdom.
   The 7th international performing arts festival & competition “Stars of the Albion. Grand Prix 2020” will be held on 28 February - 1 March 2020 in London. It will consist of two separate formats of participation: an online and a live concert performance (Open Grand Prix Final).
   Participation in the Open Grand Prix Final will be based upon results of the online competition. We will offer visa support to international artists who may require an entry visa to the UK. The Gala Show and an Awards Ceremony will be held at one of the top theatres in central London. 
   Prizes for the Open Grand Prix Final differ from those allocated for the online competition. Apart from diplomas and trophies, the finalists will also receive four monetary prizes per each nomination equalling £500 each. 70 soloists, 10 ensembles/ groups will be selected to come to London to participate in the Open Grand Prix Final round.
   We expect participants from England, Spain, France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, China, Greece, Malta, Saudi Arabia, Colombia, Philippines, India, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Russia, Latvia, Belarus and other countries.
   Participation in this contest is open to artists from 6 years old with no age limit and is divided between age categories, with two options of participation in the capacity of either as amateur or professional performers. All styles and genres can be presented for the competition programme. There are no repertoire restrictions. It is expected that each participant will perform two contrasting compositions. For singers it is compulsory to include one song in English the second maybe performed either in English or in other languages. If that's the case, prior to the performance the contestant should provide the adjudication panel with an adequate translation into English in writing of their original song, which they are going to perform in the competition programme. Please see a full list of requirements in our programme section.
  The 2020 year marks the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day, on which World War II in Europe ended. Valuable prizes will be awarded for the best artistic work, short documentary film and choreography on music by the 20th century composer dedicated to the war theme. Apart from that, a special prize will be allocated for the best performance of instrumental music by a Russian composer or for the best vocal performance in the Russian language.
The adjudication panel is comprised of famous musicians, composers, producers and artists and international judges.
TOTAL PRIZE FUND: £2500
We are looking forward to welcoming you to our events & to extraordinary discoveries of the “Stars of the Albion” project!

• MUSIC              Singing (classical, contemporary, musical theatre). 
                            Soloists and ensembles up to 12 people and choirs. 
                            Instrumental playing (classical, folk, jazz).
                            Soloists, ensembles up to 12 people.

• DANCE             Ballet, modern, folk.
                            Soloists, ensembles up to 12 people and groups.
• VISUAL ARTS   Performance in Fine Art, photography, short documentary films

Age category:    Children from 6 y.o. & adults, no age limit  

Dates of the Grand Final in London: 28 February - 1 March 2020

GRAND FINAL IN LONDON

Thursday, 27 February 2020 - arrival   

Monday, 2 March 2020 – Departure

Friday 28.02

12.00-16.00 Rehearsals (singing nomination)

Rossotrudnichestvo | Russian Culture House

Venue 1

37 Kensington High Street W8 5ED

14:00-16:00 Visual Arts Competition (Fine Art, Photography)

16:00-17:15 A meeting with the Org Committee

15.40 – a pick up from hotel by Stars representative,
10 min walk to the concert venue

17:15 -18:15 Registration of participants

17:15-18:15 Rehearsal for the Evening Opening Night Concert

18.30-20.30 Opening Night of “Stars of the Albion. Grand Prix 2020”

   

Venue 2

13:00-17:30 Rehearsal. Instrumental nomination

St. Cuthbert's Church, London SW5 9EB

HOTEL: Scarsdale Place Kensington London,
United Kingdom W8 5SY (GPS W8 5SY)
+44 2079 377211

Sat 29.02

INSTRUMENTAL COMPETITION

St. Cuthbert's Church, London SW5 9EB

Venue 1

11.00-11.30 Registration of participants

11.30--15.00 Competition

15.15 - 17.30 Competition 4th age group

 Break

18.30-21.00 Continuation 4th age group

SINGING COMPETITION

Rossotrudnichestvo

10.00 - 11.00 Registration of participants

Sound check 1st, 2nd, 3rd age groups

37 Kensington High Street W8 5ED

11.15-14.30 Competition

14.30 – 16.00 Sound check 4th age group, vocal group

16.15 - 19.15 Competition

19.15-20.15 Additional singing nominations

Venue 3

19.00-21.00 Dance rehearsal (Bangladesh)

Main Theatre. Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College,
London TW9 2RE

Sun 1 March

Free time

Bus from the hotel to the theatre @ 16.00 (time to be confirmed)

 

DANCE COMPETITION

Main Theatre. Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College,
London TW9 2RE

16.00-16.30 Dance rehearsal

16.30-17.45 Dance competition, choir

 

17.45-18.15 Sound check for Gala Concert

 

 

19.00-21.45 Gala Concert & Awards Ceremony

 

 

22.00   Bus from the theatre to the hotel

 


Based on the ratings put forward by the jury on a 10-point scale, the Org. Committee determines the winners of the first, second and third places, as well as the Grand Prix of the Competition.

• £2000 in total Grand Prix – 4 monetary prizes of £500 each per Discipline.
• I place – Golden trophy and Diploma.
• II place – Silver trophy and Diploma.
• III place – Bronze trophy and Diploma.

STAR AWARDS
- A special prize for the best performance/choreography on music by the 20th-21st centuries Russian composer dedicated to the War theme.
- Concert prizes (performances throughout the year) are awarded to the Grand Prix winner and laureates of the 1st and 2nd places.
- Special Diploma and “Star Lyre” award for the best dance/vocal number/ choreography / costume and stage presence.
- Special Diploma and award for the best artistic work and photography.
- Special Diploma and award for the best short film script.
- “Audience Prize” / “Jury Prize” for the best performance / work.
- A “Young Future Talent of Stars of the Albion” Diploma for the youngest contestant.
- Diploma of appreciation to teachers and directors.
- Diploma of participant for every contestant.

Every discipline is subdivided between age categories. Based on the jury recommendation, the Organisers reserve the right not to award any places in a category.
The programme of the final Gala Show will be based on recommendations by members of the adjudication panel. The jury’s decision is a final one and should not be disputed.

A free choice of repertoire within the required total duration limit. Each contestant should perform two contrasting compositions. It is compulsory for Singers to include one of the songs in English. The second song can be performed on any language of the world. A written translation should be provided to the jury prior to performance if a song is to be performed in any language other than English.

All compositions should be performed from memory and in the original language. 

Requirements for maximum total duration of compositions performed: 

Singing: 7 minutes
• Participants using the backing track must provide a high-quality instrumental accompaniment on a USB flash drive. Also, the backing tracks must be sent to the organizers in MP3 format at most 2.5 weeks before the start of the competition.
• Each sound recording must be on a separate medium with the name of the work, the author of the music, the text, the name of the ensemble or the name of the artist, as well as the duration of the work.
• Vocalists are not allowed to perform with the “plus”.

Dance: 4 minutes
• Participants using the backing track must provide a high-quality instrumental accompaniment on a USB flash drive. Also, the backing tracks must be sent to the organizers in MP3 format at most 2.5 weeks before the start of the competition.

Instrumental performance:  Amateur category 10 minutes, Professional category 20 minutes
Visual Arts: Performance in Fine Art, Photography, Short documentary film

- Artistic embroidery, macrame decoration
- Decorative and applied arts and crafts
- Painting (oil, watercolour, gouache, pastel, mixed technique)
- Drawing (graphics)

All the images that you will be submitting are images of original artwork created by yourself or are the artwork created by an artist who authorized you to submit the images on his/her behalf. We will have the right to publish and retain images of your artwork selected by the jurors on our website and other advertising channels to promote future competitions and your artwork. 

Online Round. A maximum of 6 images, a minimum of 3.

Based on digital images sent to us with the following specifications:
• Each image must be at least 72 dpi and 200 KB.
• The shortest side of the image must be at least 338 pixels. 
• All entries must be JPG format.
• Each image should not exceed 5MB and should be smaller than 7500 x 7500 pixels.
• Each piece can be no larger than 75 x 85 inches (192 x 218 centimeters). 
• Diptych, Triptych: A work made up of multiple pieces can be up to 168 inches (427 centimeters) wide, as long as each part is no larger than 75 x 85 inches (192 x 218 centimeters).
• All images should be sent in a JPG format.

Grand Final Round. 

A maximum of 3 works. 

If you are selected into the Grand Final Round, your work must be framed or stretched. You are responsible for the cost of this if the work arrives unframed/unstretched. Framed work must be framed in a similar manner; the frames do not have to be identical, but they must be very similar. It is your responsibility to make sure that your artwork is adequately wired and ready to be hung.  
The applicant is liable for all costs in connection with insurance, postage, transportation to and from competition venue(s), preparation of their works for an exhibition. The applicant should be available in person or to make alternative arrangements to collect their works from the venue on the last day of the festival. Organisation Committee is not liable to storage and for loss of any material left by the participant after the 1 March 2020.

Short documentary film

Online competition. Works to be submitted together with the registration form:
- 3 minutes script competition

Grand Final Round in London.
- up to 10 minutes script competition.
• The video file should not exceed 2-3 GB.
• The video file can be sent in one of the formats: AVI, MPG, WMV, MOV


1.    Choreography
• Composition, choice of repertoire, matching the repertoire with the age characteristics of the performer.
• Performing skills – style and technique, the culture of performance, musicality.
• Artistry, interest and variety, expression.
• Stage presence, decorations and costumes.

2.    Singing
• Artistic interpretation, expression.
• Performance technique, purity of intonation, pronunciation, articulation.
• Choice of works, level of difficulty.
• Stage presentation, acting, production, costumes.

3.    Instrumental performance
• Artistic interpretation, concept, architectonics.
• Performance technique, instrument control, purity of intonation (for strings and winds).
• Choice of repertoire, level of difficulty.
• Stage presence, costumes.

4.    Photography
• Concept, originality, composition.
• Technique, work with light, design, style.
• Expressiveness, impact on the audience.
• Costumes, decorations.

5.    Visual Arts
• Composition, concept, originality.
• Technique, style, work with color, work with a line.
• Expressiveness, impact on the audience.
• Presentation

6.    Short films
• Concept, content of work, compliance with the declared genre.
• Technique of performance, video quality, installation, complexity.
• Emotional impact on the audience, expressive tools and design (the presence of sound, effects, the use of scenery, light, costumes).
• Artistic performance.


Registration fee is non-refundable.
 
INTERNATIONAL PARTICIPANTS
• £140 - registration fee per person (solo category)
• £80 per person (a group of 2 – 5 people)
• £55 per person (a group of 6 and more people)
• £55 - accreditation fee per accompanying person (include a free ticket to the final Gala concert and an Awards ceremony)

NATIONAL PARTICIPANTS  

• £80 - registration fee per person (solo category)
• £40 per person (a group of 2 – 5 people)
• £20 per person (a group of 6 and more people)
• £25 - accreditation fee per accompanying person (include a free ticket to the final Gala concert and an Awards ceremony)   

ADDITIONAL FESTIVAL FEES:
• £15 - any additional nomination
• £25 - ticket to the Gala concert and awards ceremony                                                 
• £80 video recording of a performance from the competition
  £150 video recording of a Gala concert
  From £500 video clip
• £70 - photographs
• £40 - rehearsal with the staff accompanist (30 minutes)
*Master classes £60 for soloists and £10 per person in a group
*Free of charge rehearsal studio.

• Single/twin/double/triple Accommodation in the 3* (from £410 for 4 nights), in 4* (additional fee of £20 per night). Accommodation includes a continental breakfast.
• A group discount (from 6 people and more) - £300 per person for 4 nights, including breakfast, packed lunch, dinner. A 10% non-refundable deposit of £30 is charged in advance to secure a reservation in the hotel. The rest of the balance should be paid at least one month before arrival.
• Transfers from/to the airport - from £75 per single trip.
• Packed lunch and dinner - £25 per day.

A Festival Package:
For participants: £550 for 4 nights (including a registration fee, accommodation in one of central London hotel’s with continental breakfast, half day excursion).
For accompanying persons: £540 for 4 nights (including a registration fee, accommodation in one of central London hotel’s with continental breakfast, half day excursion).
The hotel is located in a close proximity to the concert venue as well as famous London landmarks, such as: Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, the Royal Albert Hall, Natural History Museum and etc.

Early bird discount (to be paid by 20 December 2019) £500 for participants & accompanying persons.
After this date the price of the special package will increase to £550 & £540.
** The Early Bird discount is not valued for the Special invitation issued to participants which offers a £50 free accommodation in London.

It's not compulsory to purchase the whole package offer from the organisers however it will be advisable to avoid extra costs incurred by the participant. As per request of the participant we can organize transfer to and from the hotel to the airport/ train station and an individual program of your stay in London. Travel expenses to / from UK and travel insurance are the sole responsibility of the participant.

Organisator: “Musica Nova” International Music Academy

Administrator: Mrs. Evgeniia Illova
Tel: +44 (0) 7765 845489 | +44 (0)7832341745 | +44 (0) 2078330502
E-mail: starsofthealbion@gmail.com

CEO: Ms. Evgenia Terentieva-Jakubowski
President of the World Association of Performing Arts United Kingdom Section (WAPA)
Winner of a “Queen’s Award” from the British Council
Laureate of international piano, singing, composition competitions
Laureate of the Gold Franz Kafka Medal (Czech Republic)
Concert musician: singer, pianist, composer, educator
Dip Dist St. Petersburg Conservatoire (Russia), DipGSMD, HonLGSM (UK)

Stars of the Albion
Musica Nova Academy office 
88 Cromer Street London WC1H 8DG, United Kingdom 
www.starsofthealbion.org.uk и www.musicanova.org.uk


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Founder and Executive Producer

Evgenia Terentieva

Evgenia Terentieva

Pianist, singer, composer
Evgenia Terentieva

Evgenia Terentieva

Pianist, singer, composer

Pianist, singer, composer, winner of international competitions and prestigious awards. She adjudicates at several international competitions in Great Britain and Europe. In 2011 Evgenia was awarded Gold Franz Kafka Medal for her outstanding contribution to the world culture and a “Queen’s Award” from the British Council. She is the CEO and an executive producer of Musica Nova, the International Academy of Music, and “Stars of the Albion” festival-contest in London.

Singing

Yuliana Green (Georgia) Chair

Yuliana Green (Georgia) Chair

Singer, producer, vocal coach
Yuliana Green (Georgia) Chair

Yuliana Green (Georgia) Chair

Singer, producer, vocal coach

Yulia Green is a professional singer and producer. She is a Teaching Artist at the Musica Nova Academy in London (UK), a programme coordinator at Radio Monte-Carlo 101.4FM (Georgia), a creative / art director at NewYorkFashion Life, a freelance journalist, reporter

Rossi Yordanova (Bulgaria)

Rossi Yordanova (Bulgaria)

Vocal coach, composer, songwriter, producer, conductor
Rossi Yordanova (Bulgaria)

Rossi Yordanova (Bulgaria)

Vocal coach, composer, songwriter, producer, conductor

Vocal coach, composer, songwriter, producer, conductor, a founder of the Contemporary Music School "Studio Musika", preparing rock and pop singers, international jury member.

Athenα Savvidou (Greece)

Athenα Savvidou (Greece)

Voice coach, pianist, director of music school
Athenα Savvidou (Greece)

Athenα Savvidou (Greece)

Voice coach, pianist, director of music school

International voice coach, pianist, director of music school in Perea, Thessaloniki. Her students are winners of prestigious international festivals and awards.

Evelina Batey (Malta)

Evelina Batey (Malta)

Director of European Centre for Arts, pianist, producer
Evelina Batey (Malta)

Evelina Batey (Malta)

Director of European Centre for Arts, pianist, producer

Director of European Centre for Arts, pianist, producer

Charie Vega (Philippines)

Charie Vega (Philippines)

International producer & director
Charie Vega (Philippines)

Charie Vega (Philippines)

International producer & director

Seasoned Talent Manager and Concert Producer in the Philippines, Euro Talent Festival- Asia International Director, and Producer of Vega Talent Festival.

Sipan Olah (UK-Armenia)

Sipan Olah (UK-Armenia)

Conductor, Tenor, Pianist, Producer, Artistic Director & Conductor of KCCA
Sipan Olah (UK-Armenia)

Sipan Olah (UK-Armenia)

Conductor, Tenor, Pianist, Producer, Artistic Director & Conductor of KCCA

London-based award-winning musician, director of Klingen Choir and Cultural Association in London. He conducts and performs pieces by composers from all over the world in different languages. His impact on spreading Armenian Classical music worldwide has been remarkable.

Marina Andrusenko (Russia)

Marina Andrusenko (Russia)

Music editor & producer
Marina Andrusenko (Russia)

Marina Andrusenko (Russia)

Music editor & producer

A chief music editor of prestigious famous project on the 1st TV Channel, such as: “Voice”, “Voice Kids”, “Star Factory” (Fabrika Zvezd) and etc.

Natalia Skapets (Republic of Belaruss)

Natalia Skapets (Republic of Belaruss)

Producer, vocal coach, director of educational centre, composer
Natalia Skapets (Republic of Belaruss)

Natalia Skapets (Republic of Belaruss)

Producer, vocal coach, director of educational centre, composer

Founder and director of the educational and production centre, Magister of pedagogy, composer and producer. Founder and director of the International Performing Arts Festival «Зорныя кветкi». A member of the international festival association (WAFA).

Ron Tom (United Kingdom)

Ron Tom (United Kingdom)

Legendary producer, manager
Ron Tom (United Kingdom)

Ron Tom (United Kingdom)

Legendary producer, manager

Legendary producer, manager: Sugarbabes, All Saints, Mark Morris on Gabrielle Sinead O’Conner West London Notting Hill Road metamorphosis records, worked with all the major labels: Sony, EMI, singed as a writer, artist development and consultant, studio owner.

Sandra Lisovskaya (Ukraine)

Sandra Lisovskaya (Ukraine)

President of the international festival “STAR CHILDREN”
Sandra Lisovskaya (Ukraine)

Sandra Lisovskaya (Ukraine)

President of the international festival “STAR CHILDREN”

President of the international festival “STAR CHILDREN”, a cavalier of the world order the “CREDO AD ASTRA”, a member of jury of international festivals in Greece, Georgia and Montenegro-choreographer-producer.

Instrumental

Konstantin Lapshin (UK) Chair

Konstantin Lapshin (UK) Chair

Pianist, pedagogue
Konstantin Lapshin (UK) Chair

Konstantin Lapshin (UK) Chair

Pianist, pedagogue

London-based Russian pianist, a major prize-winner of more than 15 national and international competitions. He has given recitals at various concert halls throughout UK and Europe. In autumn 2009 he made his debut on Classical Records. He is a professor at the Royal College of Music in London.

Constance An Chi HSIEH (China)

Constance An Chi HSIEH (China)

Violinist, tutor, adjudicator
Constance An Chi HSIEH (China)

Constance An Chi HSIEH (China)

Violinist, tutor, adjudicator

Constance AN CHI HSIEH taught at the Central Conservatory of China (the Academy of Continue Education), gave master classes across Asia, and several times was invited by the organization of China Talent Professional Ability Test and Talented Professional Competition of Asia to Chair the adjudication board of string department.

Aminata Alenskaïa (France)

Aminata Alenskaïa (France)

A professional pianist, musicologist, pedagogue and concert performer
Aminata Alenskaïa (France)

Aminata Alenskaïa (France)

A professional pianist, musicologist, pedagogue and concert performer

She is specialising on Russian Music and on a heritage of a Great Russian composer Nikolai Medtner. She is famous for organising concert-conferences in France, Russia, England, China and a piano competition for her students.

Natalia Kolosova (UK)

Natalia Kolosova (UK)

Theatre critic, PhD
Natalia Kolosova (UK)

Natalia Kolosova (UK)

Theatre critic, PhD

Natalia is theatre and opera critic and teacher of drama and theatre history. She is the author of the first dissertation in Russia about Lev Dodin and his Maly Drama Theatre and a book about the opera singer Vladimir Galouzine, written in English. Natalia has contributed numerous theatre reviews to Russian and International journals.

Irina Mints (Germany)

Irina Mints (Germany)

An internationally acclaimed music pedagogue, concert pianist, adjudicator and author
Irina Mints (Germany)

Irina Mints (Germany)

An internationally acclaimed music pedagogue, concert pianist, adjudicator and author

Her students proudly excelled in performances at prestigious concert halls across the world, since 2008 achieved awards and first prizes. Her piano teaching method for all beginners “Hello, Piano!” has had a great success and has been sold in more than 90 countries.

Valentin Kovrigovitch (Belarus)

Valentin Kovrigovitch (Belarus)

Multi-instrumentalist, international jury member
Valentin Kovrigovitch (Belarus)

Valentin Kovrigovitch (Belarus)

Multi-instrumentalist, international jury member

Professional musician, multi-instrumentalist, pedagogue, actor, a jury member of international festivals.

Mariam Sargsyan UK

Mariam Sargsyan UK

Mariam Sargsyan UK

Mariam Sargsyan UK

She has extensive experience in chamber music,solo repertoire, orchestral artistry and both individual and group teaching.
Her orchestral appointments include LSO( 2019),BBC PROHMS (2016-2017) etc.

Dance, Vocal and Instrumental Ensemble, Musical Theatre

Olga Tkhruni (UK) Chair

Olga Tkhruni (UK) Chair

Choreographer, teacher
Olga Tkhruni (UK) Chair

Olga Tkhruni (UK) Chair

Choreographer, teacher

After graduation as a classical dancer from the Vaganova Academy of Russian Ballet she danced at the Kirov/Mariinsky Theatre for 22 years. She is a qualified dance teacher from the Royal Ballet School (RBS)  in London.

Irina Mironova (United Kingdom)

Irina Mironova (United Kingdom)

Choreographer
Irina Mironova (United Kingdom)

Irina Mironova (United Kingdom)

Choreographer

Irina Mironova – choreographer, founder and director of the Kalinka Dance School in London.

Dmitriy Devdariani (Georgia)

Dmitriy Devdariani (Georgia)

Stage director, producer, actor
Dmitriy Devdariani (Georgia)

Dmitriy Devdariani (Georgia)

Stage director, producer, actor
Katrina Vasilieva (Russia)

Katrina Vasilieva (Russia)

Dancer, actress, choreographer
Katrina Vasilieva (Russia)

Katrina Vasilieva (Russia)

Dancer, actress, choreographer

After graduating at the top of the class at the Dancing Academy, Katrina performed in the biggest theatres across the world as a principal dancer of Moisseyev Dance Company. She later appeared in the first ever Russian TV commercial, Pop Videos and was working in London's West End.

Natalia Kolosova (UK)

Natalia Kolosova (UK)

Theatre critic, PhD
Natalia Kolosova (UK)

Natalia Kolosova (UK)

Theatre critic, PhD

Natalia is theatre and opera critic and teacher of drama and theatre history. She is the author of the first dissertation in Russia about Lev Dodin and his Maly Drama Theatre and a book about the opera singer Vladimir Galouzine, written in English. Natalia has contributed numerous theatre reviews to Russian and International journals.

Visual Arts

Natalia Kolosova (UK) Chair

Natalia Kolosova (UK) Chair

Theatre critic, PhD
Natalia Kolosova (UK) Chair

Natalia Kolosova (UK) Chair

Theatre critic, PhD

Natalia is theatre and opera critic and teacher of drama and theatre history. She is the author of the first dissertation in Russia about Lev Dodin and his Maly Drama Theatre and a book about the opera singer Vladimir Galouzine, written in English. Natalia has contributed numerous theatre reviews to Russian and International journals.

Dmitriy Devdariani (Georgia)

Dmitriy Devdariani (Georgia)

Stage director, producer, actor
Dmitriy Devdariani (Georgia)

Dmitriy Devdariani (Georgia)

Stage director, producer, actor
Charie Vega (Philippines)

Charie Vega (Philippines)

International producer & director
Charie Vega (Philippines)

Charie Vega (Philippines)

International producer & director

Seasoned Talent Manager and Concert Producer in the Philippines, Euro Talent Festival- Asia International Director, and Producer of Vega Talent Festival.

Natalia Jezova (UK)

Natalia Jezova (UK)

Artist
Natalia Jezova (UK)

Natalia Jezova (UK)

Artist

Natalia Jezova is a UK based artist. Born in Russia but has spent the last twenty years working in the UK. She communicates in a wide variety of media including photography, film and installation. Natalia's art has been exhibited internationally, and addresses cultural memory, identity and gender issues. 


Information

International Performing Arts Festival & Summer School
"A World of New Talents"

United Kingdom. London. 15 - 19 & 22 - 26 July 2019 
Course structure: music (singing and instrumental), arts, performances.
Applications deadline: 1 June 2019   

Our past international course and performing arts festival took place between 9 - 12 July 2018 at the Musica Nova Academy. It had a great success and a very positive feedback. Young artists perfected their technique, learned new compositions and created artistic works under the professional guidance of celebrity tutors. The participants visited London museums and theatres, enhanced their knowldege of British culture and English language. The festival program culminated with a spectacular Gala concert themed "Every Child is an Artist" dedicated to the International Children's Creativity Day at the representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo in the UK | Russian Cultural Centre with participants from UK, Russia, Latvia, China performing alongside with celebrity musicians, professors from Beijing String Academy (China) and Musica Nova Academy in London. 

A World of New Talents. Registration form (Download)


List of winners of the 2019
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Dear organisers,
I am writing to express our gratitude for organisation of All Britain Youth Festival-Contest of Performing Arts "Stars of the Albion".
Participation in your project was a wonderful experience for us. We are looking forward to our future co-operation and will be delighted to take part in any cultural events you may organise.

Yours sincerely
Viktoria
Matryoshki UK Team

The Stars Of The Albion Festival is a great opportunity for musicians, singers and dancers to show their talents in a real, vivid competition for the first place against other worthy competitors. It is also organised in the capital of England which gives the participants an opportunity to perform on a big stage for the talented youth of the world. A huge thank you to all the people that organised this great festival. It gave my son an opportunity to earn his first cash prize in a competition. The sum has pleasantly surprised us.

Marina (parent)

Our partners

Principal Partner Musica Nova
Principal Partner Matryoshka
Principal Partner Россотрудничество
Principal Partner Russian Community Council
Principal Partner Slavyanskiy Bazar
Principal Partner Kartina tv
Principal Partner ISM
Principal Partner Stolle
Principal Partner Svoi
Principal partner WAPA
Principal Partner Tour Service Ltd
Principal Partner Pavitra
Principal Partner Principal Partner
Awards Sponsor Britannia Business Solutions
Website Development 1WEBMSTER
Print&Design Partner Next Print Design
Media Partner Business Курьер
Media Partner Angliya
Media Partner Пульс Uk
Media Partner Russia Profile
General Partner Russian Voluntary Bureau
Catering Partner Tamada

Contacts

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Address:

88 Cromer Street Bloomsbury, London, WC1H 8DG

Tel:

Tel: +44 (0) 207 833 0502
Tel/Fax: +44 (0) 845 890 1377
Mob: +44 (0) 783 234 1745

"Musica Nova"
International Academy of Music

www.musicanova.org.uk