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The 2024 Steinway Society of Massachusetts Piano Competition

The 2024 competition will happen during three in-person rounds on three weekends in April. We are also introducing a new competition alternative called the Artist Evaluation Tier.  Both tiers will have an enrollment cap so that we can ensure a quality experience for all.   This year’s competition will again consist of Three Divisions. Participants in each Division will perform LIVE at M. Steinert and Sons Newton Location in April 2024. All participants must compete in the division corresponding to their age as of April 1, 2024. To allow broader participation, we are initially asking each teacher to limit their enrollment to two students per division

2023 Steinway Society Competition Winners Announced

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS OF THE STEINWAY SOCIETY OF MASSACHUSETTS 2023 PIANO COMPETITION It gives us great pleasure to announce this year’s WINNERS of the 2023 Steinway Society Piano Competition! Congratulations to all the participants and their teachers on all your hard work as you continue on your pianistic journey! Special THANKS to our wonderful team of 2023 finalist judges who brought their skill and dedication to this year’s competition. Division III First Place Julia Zhou Student of Niva Fried Second Place  Evan Huang Student of Mila Filatova Third Place  Henry Tushman Student of Sandra Hebert Division II First Place Eunha Basu Student of Mila


MAX LEVINSON Pianist Max Levinson is known as an intelligent and sensitive artist with a fearless  technique. His international career was launched when he won First Prize at the Dublin  International Piano Competition. He is also recipient of other prestigious prizes including  the Avery Fisher Career Grant and the Andrew Wolf Award. He has performed as soloist  with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, St. Louis Symphony, Detroit Symphony, San  Francisco Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Oregon  Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, Colorado Symphony, New World Symphony, Utah  Symphony, Boston Pops, and National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland, and in recital at  New York’s Alice Tully Hall, Washington