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Franz Josef Reinl-Stiftung Competition 2019

Schnellfahrstrecke! Munich February 2019We are happy to be supporting the harp competition of the Franz Josef Reinl-Stiftung in 2019. This competition is open to harpists born later than January 1st, 1995, and who have not yet finished their conservatoire studies. It will take place in Munich between February 14th – 17th, 2019, with the prizewinners’ concerts in June. 

Interestingly, this annual harp competition always runs at the same time as a composition competition, because the Franz Josef Reinl Foundation was set up by Hilde Reinl, the widow of the composer Franz Josef Reinl. Hilde Reinl was also the mother of Hermann Ertl, a well-known harpist of his epoch, and so the idea to support both young composers and young harpists was born. The harp programme requires the Spohr Fantasy, Pierné Impromptu-Caprice, a work post-1960, and a Scarlatti Sonata. 

We will be sending concert grand instruments for competitors to perform on, and our German team will also be present with an exhibition. 

More information is available in English and German here. For commercial enquiries, please consult the exhibition flyer, or contact Camac Harfen Deutschland.

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