From 2022 HAUSER Music Foundation funds the upcoming seasons of Virtuosos, the classical music talent show.

“Talent is a gift, however you have to work with and on it to be the best and for that, we will support the upcoming geniuses.” – says HAUSER, founder of HAUSER Music Foundation.

The classical music talent show, which started in 2014, became international in 2020 under the name Virtuosos V4+, which means youngsters from Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia, as an added joining country, will compete.

“We, at the HAUSER Music Foundation truly believe that talent and art go beyond any border or barrier. Our goal is to create the possibility for the next generations of performers to reach their peak”, highlights the Croatian cellist.

In 2023, HAUSER Music Foundation will organise a charity concert, HAUSER & Friends Charity Gala auction and football match with the best artists of the classical and pop music world, in the birth town of Hauser, which would also be a perfect opportunity to raise the bar and offer the best possible help for the Virtuosos.

This year, for the first time, not only the stars of classical music, but also other big-name artists and promoters of the international music industry will be on the jury of the Virtuosos: among others, Spanish guitarist Pablo Sainz-Villegas, international concert promoter Harvey Goldsmith, Live Aid founder, American Steven Mercurio conductor and composer, as well as HAUSER and in the final, Plácido Domingo.

The show will be broadcasted in five countries live from November 25 to December 17.

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