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Newsletter November 2023

Dear Subscribers and Supporters,

Don't miss out on our exciting online music competitions for Juniors and Adults.

There is still time to submit your applications before Friday, November 24, 2023.

Late entries may be considered based on availability.

The Around the Globe International Music Festival 2023 is proud to present thrilling competitions for keyboard instruments such as piano and accordion, and contests for piano composition and musicology for junior participants. The musicology contest involves writing an article on contemporary composers and their works. The top winners in the instrumentalist categories will be invited to perform in a live concert in London, UK, in the summer of next year. The preliminary round on our website is OPEN and FREE for all applicants, including music learners, enthusiasts, professional instrumentalists, and players of any nationality and age from all over the world. If you are enthusiastic about music education or performance, you can participate in the online music competition and showcase your talent regardless of age and skill level. Moreover, we aim to ignite a passion for music within every individual, irrespective of the genre. Our musical vision is to fulfil everyone's true musical potential, stimulate creativity, realise their ambitions and get recognition for their achievements. Our application process is designed to be user-friendly and easy to access. To apply, simply visit our website and fill out the form with the appropriate Programme and Age categories. You can upload your necessary files for the competition, including MP3s, MP4s, and PDFs, or add a YouTube link. Most participants find it convenient to record their performance using their mobile phones. We encourage you to apply as soon as possible, as the number of entries is limited. To make an entry, visit:

Furthermore, for more insights about the AGIMF 2023 visit the AGMA YouTube channel for a trailer of ‘Musical Music Maestros Unplugged’: pianist and composer Marcel Zidani in conversation with Marina Petrov, the visionary behind The Around the Globe Piano Music Festival. For the whole interview go to Marcel Zidani’s channel: “Synopsis: In this episode of "Music Maestros Unplugged," we delve into the upcoming edition of the Around the Globe International Music Festival. This celebration transcends borders and brings pianists and other musicians from diverse backgrounds onto a unified stage. Join us as we sit down with Marina Petrov, the creative force behind this transformative festival, to explore the exciting details and innovations awaiting both participants and audiences. Highlights:

  • The festival's commitment to bridging classical, contemporary, and jazz piano styles.

  • Inclusivity, welcoming pianists of all ages and skill levels.

  • Promotion of lesser-known global composers, a cornerstone of the festival's ethos.

  • Exciting developments and collaborations are planned for this year's event.

  • Opportunities for both participants and the audience to immerse themselves in a world of musical diversity.” If you are passionate about teaching piano or performing contemporary classical and jazz styles, we invite you to explore our comprehensive list of piano works. Visit our website and check out our List of Piano Contemporary & Jazz Works and Download Music Scores pages. You can access a wide variety of music pieces, links to purchase books, and exclusive piano music downloads that are only available on AGMA. This is an excellent opportunity to listen to great music and expand your knowledge of modern piano styles.

Our subscribers can easily download free music scores for various grade levels of numerous compositions by highly regarded composers from the United Kingdom and worldwide. Their unwavering support and interest in our projects over the years have been instrumental in bringing our musical vision and innovative ideas to life. We believe in the exchange of musical cultures across borders without boundaries, exploring different contemporary styles and embracing musical diversity. That's why we've created a recommended list of works by renowned composers such as Lindsey Berwin, Marcel Zidani, Vera Milanković, Vladimir and Svetlana Titov, Melanie Spanswick, Lola Perrin, Aleksandar Vujić, Nailia Galiamova, Monica Cardenas, Christopher Norton, Tim Richards, and many more.

Visit our website today and start exploring our chosen collection! To subscribe, please visit our home page:

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