This year the Virtuosos talents show has been nominated for the prestigious Prima Primissima Award in the Hungarian Education and Media category.
If you also believe that the Virtuosos mission and the future of classical music are important to you, please support us with your votes.
From 24 October until midnight on 29 November, you can vote for this year’s Prima Primissima Audience Award. In addition to the professional recognition, the Prima with the most votes from the public will receive the Audience Award of HUF 15 million offered by the Demján Sándor Foundation.
The voting process allows participants to vote for the Prima Primissima candidate of their choice by sending a text message to +36 70/70-77-000, the standard rate phone number. Text the number “21” – the code of Virtuosos. You can vote again every hour.
Virtuosos, a classical music talent show and educational programme
Launched in 2014, the show’s main ambition is to create training and performance opportunities for talented young people at home and abroad. Since 2020, the programme has been screened in 8 countries and is internationally acclaimed. The discoveries will be taken to the world’s most important concert halls, from Carnegie Hall in New York to Covent Garden in London, with the support of stars such as Plácido Domingo, Andrea Bocelli, András Keller, Erika Miklósa and Lang Lang.
Virtuosos V4 Plus is an outstanding cultural policy innovation of the European Union and the European spirit. This Hungarian TV format has revolutionised the TV market in recent years and launched several major music careers.
Since the Virtuosos has been launched, several young artists who have excelled in the show have won Junior Prima Awards. For example Soma Balázs-Piri (pianist), Valentin Magyar (pianist), Gergely Lukács (tuba player) , Ildikó Rozsonits (pianist) and Misi Boros (pianist).