How to watch the Cliburn Piano Competition on free and premium live streams
You can follow the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, taking place June 2-18 in Fort Worth, via live streams, both free and via high definition video and surround audio subscription.
The competition’s four rounds include both solo recitals and, with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, piano concertos. Preliminary rounds and quarter-finals take place at TCU’s new Van Cliburn Concert Hall, semi-finals and finals at Bass Performance Hall. The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on June 18.
A pioneer in the early days of webcasting, the Cliburn is once again presenting live on-demand – and free – webcasts on Cliburn.org, cliburn.medici.tv and youtube.com/thecliburn. In addition to contestant performances, the webcasts include behind-the-scenes interviews and productions.
New this year are 4K HDR and surround sound transmissions, available through the HFYI app on iOS, Apple TV, Android, Android TV and Roku. Subscription packages covering them are $90 for six months, $125 for a year.
The 2022 Cliburn International Amateur Piano Competition (held October 12-18) and the 2023 Cliburn International Junior Piano Competition and Festival (June 8-17, 2023) will also be available live and on demand to subscribers. assets.
For more information on webcasts and show tickets, call 817-738-6536 or visit cliburn.org.