Conducting Competition

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Donatella Flick LSO Conducting Competition logo

HRH Prince Charles awards the prize to Elim Chan

HRH Prince Charles awards the prize to Elim Chan

HRH Prince Charles awards the prize to Elim Chan

The Donatella Flick LSO Conducting Competition, created by Donatella Flick in 1990, aims to help a young conductor establish an international conducting career, bridging the gap between conservatoire training and professional life. The winner of the competition is offered, in addition to an award of £15,000, the opportunity to become Assistant Conductor of the LSO for up to one year.

The competition is open to conductors under the age of 35 who are citizens of the 28 countries having full membership of the European Union.

The 2014 competition took place from 6–8 December 2014. The winner was Elim Chan. View the photo gallery of the final day of competition and read the press release on Elim's victory.

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2014 shortlist and finalists

Find out who has made it through to the next round.


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About the Competition

Find out more about the Donatella Flick LSO Conducting Competition.


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Competition Rules

Everything you need to know about the rules of the 2014 competition.




 
 
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